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post #109 of 133
This is my first post here and I will say I do not work for Warrior Golf. I will say however that I do play Warrior clubs with the exception of driver. My driver of choice is a Cleveland Classic 10.5 loft.
I started with their wedges simply because I hit one and liked it. I called them ordered the clubs and turned down their offers. I liked the clubs so I called and ordered their TCP irons in gun metal black. They actually out preformed the King Cobras I was playing. Next I ordered the 3-4-5 hybrids. I'm over 50 and find them easier to hit than long irons. Believe it or not I was quite pleased. So I ordered the 3-5-7 fairway woods, again I was pleased. I have found them all to be satisfactory and now it's the only clubs I use.
I have never received an email and get called no more than twice a year. Some of their practices may be high pressure but no more so than a car salesman. I will say this nothing is ever free with the exception of advice and most of that is worthless anyway. So my advice is this, if it says free reject it. If you want to try the clubs do so. Just do so cautiously as with any other purchase.
post #110 of 133
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Originally Posted by williamcollins View Post

This is my first post here and I will say I do not work for Warrior Golf. I will say however that I do play Warrior clubs with the exception of driver. My driver of choice is a Cleveland Classic 10.5 loft.
I started with their wedges simply because I hit one and liked it. I called them ordered the clubs and turned down their offers. I liked the clubs so I called and ordered their TCP irons in gun metal black. They actually out preformed the King Cobras I was playing. Next I ordered the 3-4-5 hybrids. I'm over 50 and find them easier to hit than long irons. Believe it or not I was quite pleased. So I ordered the 3-5-7 fairway woods, again I was pleased. I have found them all to be satisfactory and now it's the only clubs I use.
I have never received an email and get called no more than twice a year. Some of their practices may be high pressure but no more so than a car salesman. I will say this nothing is ever free with the exception of advice and most of that is worthless anyway. So my advice is this, if it says free reject it. If you want to try the clubs do so. Just do so cautiously as with any other purchase.


Quit it. Please.

post #111 of 133
Quit what?
post #112 of 133
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Originally Posted by williamcollins View Post

Quit what?

 

Ignore that.

 

If you're a golfer, there are plenty of other topics here in which you can participate.

post #113 of 133
 
 
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Originally Posted by Valleygolfer View Post
 
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Originally Posted by williamcollins View Post

This is my first post here and I will say I do not work for Warrior Golf. I will say however that I do play Warrior clubs with the exception of driver. My driver of choice is a Cleveland Classic 10.5 loft.
I started with their wedges simply because I hit one and liked it. I called them ordered the clubs and turned down their offers. I liked the clubs so I called and ordered their TCP irons in gun metal black. They actually out preformed the King Cobras I was playing. Next I ordered the 3-4-5 hybrids. I'm over 50 and find them easier to hit than long irons. Believe it or not I was quite pleased. So I ordered the 3-5-7 fairway woods, again I was pleased. I have found them all to be satisfactory and now it's the only clubs I use.
I have never received an email and get called no more than twice a year. Some of their practices may be high pressure but no more so than a car salesman. I will say this nothing is ever free with the exception of advice and most of that is worthless anyway. So my advice is this, if it says free reject it. If you want to try the clubs do so. Just do so cautiously as with any other purchase.


Quit it. Please.


Yes. Ignore my statement. What made the warrior clubs better than the Cobras? How have you been playing for? What brand and flex of shafts did you order them with?

 

 
post #114 of 133
They are much more forgiving and also spin the ball better on approach shots. They just seem to be a better value.
The shafts are regular flex low torque graphite tour 3.1 on the irons. Harrison reg flex graphite on the woods. All with over size grips plus 4 wraps of tape.
I have played golf since age 16 and at my best I was a 3. An accident in the late 80's, I broke my back forced me to stop for 15 yrs. when I took it back up I had the pleasure of breaking my neck so I stopped again. I have been back playing for about 2 yrs now and plan on staying healthy, let's hope.
post #115 of 133

Just as a heads up, I, and several friends have dealt with warrior before. Basically the only way to really profit from them is to "demo" the clubs for them, and return the demo's, and keep the free club. It's a pain in the neck to get them to do it, but if you have the patience it's worth it, the clubs are definitely high quality.

post #116 of 133
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Originally Posted by dude600031 View Post
 

Just as a heads up, I, and several friends have dealt with warrior before. Basically the only way to really profit from them is to "demo" the clubs for them, and return the demo's, and keep the free club. It's a pain in the neck to get them to do it, but if you have the patience it's worth it, the clubs are definitely high quality.

 

Not so much. They aren't much better than run of the mill, no name clubs. If they were, you wouldn't have to give them away. ;-)

post #117 of 133

I've seen these "free" clubs from Warrior Golf before, they look like clubs that guys make in their basement.

post #118 of 133

I must have gotten on their list somehow as I've been getting an e-mail from them almost every other day.  I have reported them as spam, but so far they still keep sending them.  I don't care how good or bad their clubs are, it's pretty obvious they are trying to scam people by any means necessary to make a dollar.

post #119 of 133
I read other threads in other forums that are waaaay rougher on warrior than we are.
post #120 of 133

I don't get calls from them any more but I do get the occasional email. I need to get another hybrid because I just have their hybrid they sent to me free a couple of years ago but I can't tell if I'm just terrible with it or if it's just truly that bad. 

post #121 of 133
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Originally Posted by newtogolf View Post
 

I must have gotten on their list somehow as I've been getting an e-mail from them almost every other day.  I have reported them as spam, but so far they still keep sending them.  I don't care how good or bad their clubs are, it's pretty obvious they are trying to scam people by any means necessary to make a dollar.

So you are saying I shouldn't bother with the free wedges they are trying to give me to review? :-P

post #122 of 133

@Valleygolfer , bet you wish you had one of these????

 

 

I bought a 50 gallon bucket of random balls for hitting around my yard.  This beauty was in there.

post #123 of 133
 
 
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Originally Posted by 14ledo81 View Post
 

@Valleygolfer , bet you wish you had one of these????

 

 

I bought a 50 gallon bucket of random balls for hitting around my yard.  This beauty was in there.


Well  may have one in my stash and if you send me your information and credit card number, I will send you it for FREE! You just have to pay $33 s/h....

 
post #124 of 133
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Originally Posted by Valleygolfer View Post
 
 
 
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Originally Posted by 14ledo81 View Post
 

@Valleygolfer , bet you wish you had one of these????

 

 

I bought a 50 gallon bucket of random balls for hitting around my yard.  This beauty was in there.


Well  may have one in my stash and if you send me your information and credit card number, I will send you it for FREE! You just have to pay $33 s/h....

 

 

Naaah....One is enough for me.  If anybody else out there wants it though, I would be willing to let it go for a sum.

post #125 of 133

Oh that's the rare find you got there. This ball has the ultimate core and provides great distance and.....ok I'll stop with the bullshit talk, lol. 

post #126 of 133
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Originally Posted by HawkeyeNation View Post
 

Oh that's the rare find you got there. This ball has the ultimate core and provides great distance and.....ok I'll stop with the bullshit talk, lol. 

Soooo... What will you give me for it?

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