Monday, February 8, 2010

Congrats to the New Orleans Saints from Warrior Custom Golf

Its official. The Super Bowl 44 champions are the New Orleans Saints, defeating the Indianapolis Colts 31 to 17 in their first and very convincing victory. The Saints triumph is not only for the team but for the city of New Orleans, and the state of Louisiana.

The end of the Super Bowl is not only a symbol of the end of the football season, but marks the beginning of the golf season. As we saw in the Super Bowl pregame show, sponsors like Callaway were displayed prominantly throughout the show.

This means its time to think about your own golf game. I know that a number of states are buried under the snow and many states are battling a number of rain storms. But the fact is, snow melts and rain dries; and the golf season is upon us so its time to improve your golf bag for the season and help improve your golf game.

To kick off the 2010 golf season, Warrior Custom Golf has announced their brand new series of golf clubs, including fairway woods, irons, and hybrids. The new Warrior Custom Golf hybrid commercial can now be viewed frequently on the Golf Channel Network. The new Tomahawk series of golf clubs from Warrior Golf includes the new mass transfer technology that increases the MOI rating of woods and drivers while expanding the sweet spot on the irons and hybrids.

To read some recent reviews on Warrior Custom Golf clubs and to find out about some of the best promotions being offered check out Warrior Custom Golf Information.

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

The Saga of Warrior Custom Golf

This is not a golf story. It’s a story of a satisfied customer. You won’t believe this.

Last October, in response to a card I’d sent in, Steve of Warrior Custom Golf phoned to offer a set of golf clubs to test. After explaining the deal, they’d send me a set of woods that were comparable to the Taylormade Burners (Retail $1200) for a 45 day test. They informed me that they’d charge my credit card $532 while I tested the clubs and would refund it when I sent them back. I could keep them for the $532.

The test play was for the driver, 3, 5, 7 fairway woods. He also sent the 9 wood as an additional club for free. He said I could keep the 9 2ood just for testing the fairway woods even if I didn’t keep them. I got the clubs about three weeks later and started my risk free test play.

I tested the woods on several rounds of golf and several trips to the driving range. I loved these clubs much more than my old ones. In fact, each was about 25 yards longer than the corresponding Dunlap clubs I had been using. I was expecting a call from Steve who would ask me for an evaluation of the clubs. Steve never called.

About a week before the 45 days were up, I called Warrior to give them an evaluation of the clubs and to find out how to get the headcovers. I talked to Valerie. On top of the headcovers, she sent me a free putter of my choice and chipper for test playing the irons. She said there were two kinds of irons to choos from. One set was $469 or for an additional $200 I could try the next higher grade irons.

Today, I called WCG because they have new amazing promotions to kick of the 2010 season. I know a lot of golfers are need of a snow wedge this time, but like any seasonal sport, it you are looking for the best deal, buy it during the off-season. I’ll send the driver back.

For anyone wishing to buy or test golf clubs, I recommed to go to Warrior Custom Golf.