Re: Magique Golf - anyone heard of this company?I got that same coupon after playing in Myrtle Beach and, since I was looking for another hybrid to put in my bag, I figured why not give it a shot.
Here's a few comments I have about the whole situation:
1. Be aware that the club they are willing to ship you is a steel-shafted club. I prefer my hybrids and woods to be graphite, so that'll cost you another $40.
2. I needed a different grip size... that's another $15.
3. The company was great to deal with over the phone and were very nice and even though I was told it would be 6-8 weeks before my club would arrive, it was there in about 10 days.
4. All that being said, I'm not overly impressed with the club. To me, it has an awkward head shape (looks a little like the Callaway ERC hybrids) and I seem to slice the ball quite easily with the club, despite the fact that I hit my TaylorMade TP (and all my other clubs for that matter) straight with a slight draw. The club has good feel, but after hitting only about 15 balls with, I started to notice an abundance of dings on the face of the club where I hit the ball.
5. Fortunately, my dad ended up being able to use the club so it wasn't a complete waste, but for my money, you're better off finding a used TaylorMade hybrid or something along those lines on Ebay. It kinda seems like this might be another situation of "you pay for what you get."