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Airline takes PGA golfer Graham DeLaet to The Open, but not his clubs

07/13/2015 10:43 EDT | Updated 07/13/2016 05:59 EDT
The Open is one of the toughest golf tournaments to win, but it's even more difficult without clubs.

Saskatchewan golf star Graham DeLaet is competing in the major championship starting on Thursday. But just two days before his first round tee-off, DeLaet is trying to find out what happened to his clubs.

DeLaet took to Twitter shortly before 1 a.m. CST:

Fellow Canadian and former NHL player Mike Commodore — known for being an enforcer on the ice — had DeLaet's back on social media:

Regina, Sask., native Scott Hartnell, a forward with the NHL's Columbus Blue Jackets, also weighed in:

Aer Lingus responded to the golfer just over an hour later:

DeLaet was in Saskatoon on Thursday for his annual charity tournament to support The Children's Wish Foundation and Ronald McDonald House in Saskatchewan. 

He's scheduled to tee off at the Open on July 16 at 6:54 a.m in Scotland, or July 15 at 11:54 p.m. CST.

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