Thank You!!! The reason I have it as my avatar is I'm told I look very much like him - Christain Bale, not necessarily Patrick Bateman, a crazy person...
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That's probably why many diehard Titleist fans think Callaway, TaylorMade, and Nike are generally shit brands diluted beyond any long term sustainable value. Can't say I'd argue too hard either way.
6oo - I'll go make a bunch of posts elsewhere if it'll make me seem more "legitimate." Not sure what you mean by that, I have the clubs in my bag, and I hit them last night at the range. They exist and so do I, if that's what you're getting at... And you have 12 posts - clearly a forum veteran.
My apologies then. Often anybody whose 1st post on a forum is a controversial or accusatory topic is seen as a troll who is merely there to stir up crap. As Hurricane Golf is one of the BETTER companies out there (which is harder to find these days) I felt posting a thread with this title was out of line, thus my attacking you. I'm glad all was straightened out and that you've corrected your statement.
Yes, I've seen the movie...but didn't recognize the image. Still kinda weird in my opinion, I think I'd go for the nailgun scene or something, but to each their own. ;)
No worries guy. I'm enjoying the site and the forum so far and I'm glad this all got straightened out.
I played over the weekend - supposed to be 52 and sunny here in Maryland, turned out to be 41 and cloudy, damn weatherman - and still actually have not hit the 3, but the 4 I used for my 2nd on a 518 yard par 5. Trying to lay up 30-40 yards short of the green and actually hit it pin high about 10 yards left of the green! Damn near birdied the hole for the first time ever, but ended up with a solid par. This club is rocket!
Hey Jason I just ordered an RBZ driver from your website and got a different looking headcover than the regular stock headcover, just wondering why its different.
Titleist will never discount their products. Because they don't need to. Callaway, Taylormade, and Nike are shit brands and they need to discount in order to sell their shit brands.
Titleist, Ping and Mizuno typically run 2 year life cycles on their clubs which is very different from the Callaway, Nike (every year) and Taylormade (every six months). Until a product is discontinued it's against their dealer agreement to advertise any price below MSRP, but that doesn't mean you can't negotiate a deal with an authorized dealer. Titleist also doesn't allow promotions where more than 100% of the actual value of the clubs being traded-in can be applied to purchases of new Titleist clubs.
Once clubs are discontinued, example the 910 series woods and 710 series irons, Titleist will allow dealers to publish prices lower than MSRP, but the discounting is never as steep as you'd see from Callaway, Taylormade, Nike, Cleveland or Adams.