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post #73 of 114
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Originally Posted by JerryTimes View Post

I'd love to know why this company is so shady.

 

Uhhh, just a guess, but I'd say a combination of greed and laziness? A friend of mine had a ball teed up on a hole requiring a carry over water, then went back to his bag to get a different ball, which was a Warrior ball. Turns out he wasn't feeling too confident and wanted a water ball, which is the purpose to which he had relegated his Warrior golf balls. He said he had bought a club or two (now stored in a corner of his basement) and some balls from them but they harassed him a bunch about buying more equipment.
post #74 of 114
That's the thing. If they just made decent golf equipment, it would sell.
post #75 of 114

I actually know the guy who owns Warrior golf he is pretty much an ass and he is definitely the guy who owned Warrior Foos ball tables he was the world champ Foos guy at one time.

As far as the clubs go I have owned many clubs of theirs and still own the tomahawk irons and love them I also play the wedges and one fairway wood which are okay not great. If you think about the business model for the company it's kind of sad because with a little heart and honesty things could be much different at Warrior I just saw a commercial with John Daly as the new spokesman and was kind if shocked he would do that to his career!!!!!

post #76 of 114
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Originally Posted by bambam66 View Post

I actually know the guy who owns Warrior golf he is pretty much an ass and he is definitely the guy who owned Warrior Foos ball tables he was the world champ Foos guy at one time.

As far as the clubs go I have owned many clubs of theirs and still own the tomahawk irons and love them I also play the wedges and one fairway wood which are okay not great. If you think about the business model for the company it's kind of sad because with a little heart and honesty things could be much different at Warrior I just saw a commercial with John Daly as the new spokesman and was kind if shocked he would do that to his career!!!!!


I would rather play with a shovel from Lowes.

post #77 of 114
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Originally Posted by bambam66 View Post

I actually know the guy who owns Warrior golf he is pretty much an ass and he is definitely the guy who owned Warrior Foos ball tables he was the world champ Foos guy at one time.

As far as the clubs go I have owned many clubs of theirs and still own the tomahawk irons and love them I also play the wedges and one fairway wood which are okay not great. If you think about the business model for the company it's kind of sad because with a little heart and honesty things could be much different at Warrior I just saw a commercial with John Daly as the new spokesman and was kind if shocked he would do that to his career!!!!!


The name "John Daly" and "shocked" do not belong together, let alone questionable career moves. You were kidding and it went over my head, right?

post #78 of 114

I was thinking the same thing. There should be nothing to shock you when it come to John Daly. What should be scarier is the fact that Warrior went with John Daly.

post #79 of 114
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Originally Posted by HawkeyeNation View Post

I was thinking the same thing. There should be nothing to shock you when it come to John Daly. What should be scarier is the fact that Warrior went with John Daly.


What's really shocking is thinking about how many people Warrior has ripped off to afford a reasonably big named pro like Daly.

post #80 of 114
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Originally Posted by Valleygolfer View Post


What's really shocking is thinking about how many people Warrior has ripped off to afford a reasonably big named pro like Daly.

I could certainly be wrong, but I don't think Daly commands big dollars in terms of product endorsements.  He doesn't get into many televised tournaments  and usually doesn't do well enough to get much air time these days.  Obviously there's value in having a pro golfer on your web site endorsing your product but I'd be shocked if the total deal was over $50K. 

post #81 of 114
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Originally Posted by Valleygolfer View Post


What's really shocking is thinking about how many people Warrior has ripped off to afford a reasonably big named pro like Daly.

Touche'

 

Like NewToGolf said though...very likely his fee wasn't very high. Probably enough to play 1 hand of poker.

post #82 of 114

I love my Warrior Custom Golf Clubs, I have a whole set! Wasn't very happy with the stand bag though, not worth the money, don't get it, but they're clubs are AWESOME!!!

post #83 of 114

6 posts and every one of them is in a Warrior Golf thread. Kind of a one trick pony ain't ya. Why don't you branch out a little, tell us a little about your game, what you do for a living (oh yeah, I forgot, you work for Warrior Golf :-P) and what other clubs you play. 

post #84 of 114
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Originally Posted by Ernest Jones View Post

6 posts and every one of them is in a Warrior Golf thread. Kind of a one trick pony ain't ya. Why don't you branch out a little, tell us a little about your game, what you do for a living (oh yeah, I forgot, you work for Warrior Golf :-P) and what other clubs you play. 

Haha.

I love the comment too. "Warrior Golf Fanboy". Your commission must be low this month, eh? I can assure you that you're not going to salvage any potential buyers from the registered community. Hopefully, anybody with common sense who happens to land here through a search engine also takes the time to learn about the "company" and their standards, quality and customer service. Or should I say lack of all of the above?

post #85 of 114

I hate to say it guys but not everyone is going to hate their golf clubs and not everyone who defends them is a Warrior Sales Rep. I think I've proven that theory wrong...well maybe anyways, lol. A guy like myself who doesn't have a lot of experience with golf and all the different clubs might truly think Warrior has decent clubs just due to the fact that A) We just happen to try the clubs & B) we have nothing truly to compare it against. I just happen to get their hybrid but I had never used a Hybrid before and to this day that is the only hybrid I have.

 

But with being on here now for a couple of months I think it's a safe assumption that their clubs are not that good given the price tag they carry. Thankfully I don't have to worry about them because of my Nike set I just got :)

post #86 of 114
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Originally Posted by HawkeyeNation View Post

I hate to say it guys but not everyone is going to hate their golf clubs and not everyone who defends them is a Warrior Sales Rep. I think I've proven that theory wrong...well maybe anyways, lol. A guy like myself who doesn't have a lot of experience with golf and all the different clubs might truly think Warrior has decent clubs just due to the fact that A) We just happen to try the clubs & B) we have nothing truly to compare it against. I just happen to get their hybrid but I had never used a Hybrid before and to this day that is the only hybrid I have.

 

But with being on here now for a couple of months I think it's a safe assumption that their clubs are not that good given the price tag they carry. Thankfully I don't have to worry about them because of my Nike set I just got :)


I was referring to UtahKeith in my post. Typically, when someone has a negative comment about a company on a public forum, you have to assume that the individual with less than 10 posts and a "Warrior Golf Fanboy" profile title is a little suspect at best.

post #87 of 114
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Originally Posted by UtahKeith View Post

I love my Warrior Custom Golf Clubs, I have a whole set! Wasn't very happy with the stand bag though, not worth the money, don't get it, but they're clubs are AWESOME!!!

Read: This my business, I need to prove it is a quality business. I no longer carry the stand bag because I didn't make enough money for the cost of the bag and I need a cheaper Chinese stand bag that I can rip people off with.

post #88 of 114
Ugh.... I swear I told them to f off.
post #89 of 114
 
 
 

 

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Originally Posted by Valleygolfer View Post

Ugh.... I swear I told them to f off.

 

 

This was supposed to post with this.

 

 
post #90 of 114
Funny thing is I always see their free hybrid add on the golf channel. I personally love my Wilson hybrids but free is free....guaranteed thyll want,my card number so ill opt out. When it sounds too good to be true it normally is.
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