If you find an NFL star's golf clubs and shoes, please consider returning them.

Michael Vick lost his beloved golf gear at Philadelphia's International Airport over the weekend. The Eagles quarterback was forced to wait in the pro shop so he could borrow a set of clubs and shoes during his first ever charity golf tournament on Monday in New Jersey.

Around 30 golfers paid $300 each to play in the tournament that helped raise funds for the Boys & Girls Clubs in Philadelphia and Virginia Beach.

The cause is important to Vick, who revealed that the Boys & Girls Club helped him overcome his only childhood fear growing up.

"That's where I first learned how to swim," Vick explained to the Press of Atlantic City. "The only thing I really feared as a boy was drowning in a swimming pool. When I was 8 years old, I dove into the deep end of the pool at the Boys Club by myself. I only swam to the side of the pool, but I did it."

After a turnover-filled, non-playoff season with the Eagles, Vick started getting ready for the upcoming 2012 season just three weeks after that disappointing 8-8 regular season ended.

"It was myself and 'J-Mac' (Eagles wide receiver Jeremy Maclin)," Vick disclosed. "I just wanted to keep working because I felt like our season wasn't supposed to be over, yet."

Vick has 33 days to enjoy his summer vacation, which will include a Miami Beach wedding later this month to his longtime girlfriend. The Eagles star reports to training camp on July 22.

-- Follow Ben Maller on Twitter @BenMaller.

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