Thank you so much for your feedback. We are pleased you have been enjoying your Warrior clubs. We hope you'll continue to try out our clubs and enjoy them as much as you have thus far.Sincerely,
Original review: Sept. 21, 2016
I heard about Warrior through Swing Swing golf application. They had a promotion that seemed like a good deal to try so I ordered some golf drivers over the phone. Their rep was knowledgeable and helpful and he knew what he was doing. The very first time that I took it out and hit it, I said “Wow! Okay, big improvement.” I loved it and that’s why I kept them. They're better compared to others. I like them and I'm happy with them.
I went with Warrior because of the promotional opportunity which I think is the best part. I was able to get some clubs for my son who was just learning how to golf years ago. My son enjoys them and I even hit with them too and really liked them. I got him a starter set of 5, 7 and includes a driver, two fairway woods, and a putter. There were irons and woods with it. The Warrior Custom Golf team is very easy to deal with over the phone, very easy to place orders, and received the merchandise undamaged. The shipping time was also fine. I've purchased from them for about 4 times now.
Two weekends ago, I got to discount the par-3s and out of the 14 holes, I hit 12 fairways and then passed the ladies tee box. I like my Warrior driver a lot better than my other one from a different brand because I seem to get better contact, a little further distance, and it does what I want it to do, hook or slice. We're pretty pleased with the product. Warrior is wonderful and it has improved my golf game.
It's been a great number of years that I've been buying clubs from Warrior and I've had a very good relationship with them. They have been good to me and I've been good to them. Today was a case of hitting some very good drives with the new driver but then the older irons did not come through after that. The four woods and three wedges were fine and the new putter was okay. But in between was not so good. I'm pretty satisfied with what I have from Warrior though. If I need more clubs, I'll go to them.
I bought several golf clubs from Warrior. I think these clubs work very well. Just a week ago, using some of the clubs, I shot an 85! I usually shoot in the upper 80's or lower 90's shooting scores. I'm glad I found them. I like it so much that I've given the phone number away to about three other people that are probably calling also to order clubs.
I've had Warrior golf clubs for seven years because I like their balance and feel. I'm satisfied with the clubs, but I'm still waiting for the club head covers of the two that I just tried out for them.
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My experience with Warrior has been great. I bought two complete sets of clubs from them plus extras. I've used a Warrior 7 Hybrid and hit a hole in one. Their clubs all hit well and I enjoy using them. In addition, their sales team was pretty helpful, but the only trouble is they keep calling me back and wanting me to buy more. Right now, I can't even play golf because I had my knee replaced again. But, I'd like to get back there by December.
I have now purchased Warrior Custom Golf three times. They're new so they must be innovative. I got the full set of clubs and the whole kit with iron, hybrids, driver, wedges, and putter. They're great and comparable to any other popular name brand. I hit my two hybrids as far as I hit my driver which was like a miracle in itself. My golf has improved since I've used them and I feel very comfortable using the club.
I have been dealing with Warrior for years now. They said they would custom-fit the equipment. They have some measurements which I really liked. What they do is the test flight where if I try the equipment out, I usually get something free or I get the product at a very low cost. They’re pretty good at sending out notices. I’ve got a set of woods, a driving iron and a putter. When I first got the new irons, I could tell the difference right away with how well I was swinging and hitting with them. I have more sweet spots and the irons had a sweeter spot in them. The only thing I didn’t like was I got a driver from them that I was very dissatisfied with. It seemed real light and didn’t seem like it was hitting well.
One reason I chose Warrior Custom Golf is that one of the people I play golf with on a pretty regular basis used to live right next door to the manufacturing plant of Warrior. He used to visit them on occasion and so he'd talk about them a lot. I've made four purchases from them so far. I have not had anything unusual with anyone from Warrior's team - they are very friendly and accommodating. I've got their irons, hybrids, and some fairway woods. My golf is so erratic and I'm almost 84 years old so I don't have any real dramatic days. I've had probably some of my equally better rounds with Warrior clubs than I've had with some of the other clubs, but not really much different. I consider them at least as good as anything I've had, perhaps better than some. I'd recommend them.
I like the Warrior Golf Clubs very much in the way they handled mostly and it didn’t feel like it was pressing yourself trying to get the club head through the ball. It just seemed to come so naturally. As soon as you take the first couple of swings up, you would say “Geez, this feels different.” Then when I start swinging, that comes through nice. I like how they had the heads and stuff balanced. Their team also treated me right and was helpful. I admired that. I purchased the whole sets of irons from a 3-iron up to a pitching wedge, several putters, then a couple of 2-wedge and 3-wedge drivers.
I was playing golf in the Golf League and I had those clubs. I was using my hip, I didn’t slice nor hook, so I hit it straight and everything was nice. Then people started looking at my club saying that it's nice and asked me where I got that. So I told them about it and how I liked it. I even offered for them to try it, and they wanted to. I know of two that got in contact with Warrior Golf and they have the Warrior golf clubs. Even when we have tournaments and stuff in the golf league and outings, I always seem to come through most of the time. I just help them out and then we come into prizes, the team and I would win.
I googled Warrior before buying their products. My search took me to a couple of different websites where people had feedback on them. The only bad thing I ever read about Warrior was people didn't like the whole play. However, should that be the case, they can send the product back and get their money back. I wouldn't do it for that but everybody who had feedback about the clubs themselves loved them. That's one of the reasons why I bought them.
The experimental part of Warrior intrigued me as well. Once I got a couple of clubs in, I just went ahead and ordered the irons and wedges. I didn't even go through the whole play and pay type of deal. I bought from them about four times and I got a complete set and the bag. I bought accessories three or four times as well - hats, tees, golf balls, head covers, iron and wood covers, and divot tools. Their people are great and they bring me up on their computer whenever I call or they cold-call me. However, I usually try to talk to the same guy and they've always been really accommodating.
I went from Callaways to the Warrior Tomahawk Edges and that's what I play with now. I hit a 52-degree wedge from the tee box to the Par 3, hit the flag stick, and almost got a hole-in-one. That's probably about the best day I've had. I think the technology of their products is good. My golf swing is not as good as it once was, but I think I hit them well. I like the feel from the club face and the contact with the ball. I'd recommend Warrior. I've got three other people who I play golf with that I know have Warrior clubs now.
I signed up with Warrior when they were doing the promotional on the new hybrids. From there, I got the full set of hybrids and the 7-wood, followed up with the whole set of irons, the driver, and the putter. I'm using the hybrids and the irons I gave to my son - he's enjoying the clubs really well. I had surgery on my right hand and I'm gonna have to go back and have surgery on my left hand next so I haven't been able to play too much.
I enjoy talking to their representative, and I get good service. When I ordered the clubs, they shipped them on time and I got them on time. Everything was in good shape too. The head covers were out of stock and were back ordered, but they sent that to me as soon as they got it. I was really satisfied with it. I don't think anything can beat the quality of their clubs relative to the price. I definitely recommend Warrior.
I saw that Warrior's offering a free wedge and that I potentially could get two more free wedges if I went through them. I got three wedges from them for free. Then they also sent me three other hybrids, which I eventually ended up sending back. I really like their wedges. I use them every time I play golf now and I’m hitting better than I have with other wedges.
The Warrior wedge is a good thing to have. I have Callaways that I bought last year that I’m not real happy with at this point. My golfing has improved but I don't want the club that I have. My wife also likes the wedge that we have, and for her it's the only choice that she'll look at.
I saw Warrior Custom Golf advertised on a golf website and it seemed like it was a good option and opportunity. I used the clubs after I got them and really enjoyed them. I talked to them about returning the clubs. I was having issues with my back so physically and I’m not even able to play golf right now but they’re friendly guys and they seem to be doing a good job. There's a level of persistence too because they don't want them back but in essence, they’re willing to talk and negotiate. I’m anxious to get back on the course again, but it’s not going to be for a while.
I got free clubs from Warrior Custom Golf before. This last one, they had this 52 degree that I can try if I wanted for free and see how it worked. It’s been doing pretty good for me and I like the club. I played nine holes today and I chipped it up within two feet of the pin. That was a chip of about 30 or 40 yards. It's a good club. I prefer the graphite shafts over the iron shaft. Right now, I’m not in the market to renew any more clubs. But I would recommend the club to my friends.
A friend told me about Warrior Custom Golf and bought from them once. I liked their 4-hybrid very well.
Warrior called me the very first time and I told them I was very interested in their new clubs and eventually it worked out. They sent me some trial equipment to try and I tried it. I liked it and I bought it. I bought some wedges from them then the complete set of irons and then their fairway woods. They're very nice clubs. I play two or three times a week. And I especially noticed this morning that my round took much less time. I don't keep score anymore. I just go out to enjoy myself, but when it takes less time to play, quite often that means that you're standing in the fairway and you're hitting the ball better. So I was very pleased this morning. I'm not the best golfer in the world but I enjoy it. In fact, I enjoy it more now.
Some of my playing friends use some of my fairway woods and they love them. In fact, several of them say that they are going to call Warrior and maybe order some stuff on them because they liked the clubs and the feel of them. I'm 6'3" and the normal clubs that you can just buy at a store are a little short for me, so they added an inch-and-a-half to my clubs and it helps. They're very nice about doing anything I want to try to make it easier for me to hold the clubs, like a double rest on the handles. It makes it a lot more enjoyable for me and at 78, my point is to just to enjoy it. They're a great people to deal with and they have a good product.
Warrior Custom Golf sent me a club for a demo. It hits good and I used it on a practice tee. The only problem I found with it is it's a rescue club and it's short. I'm almost 6'2". That can be extended but if we do, we'd make the swing weigh a little heavier too. But it hits really good.
I knew a friend of mine who used Warrior clubs for a number of years. I wanted to give them a try and it has been good. Everybody who assisted me during purchase were friendly and helpful, too.
The reps from Warrior Custom Golf were always good. Already bought from this company twice. I bought a golf club four years ago and my last purchase was the gap wedge. I used that gap wedge at 118 yards out and putted 6 inches from the cup. I've had a wonderful experience with Warrior Custom Golf.
Warrior Custom Golf was offering free shipping so I purchased two clubs and a wedge from them. The wedge worked really well which I really liked but I've stopped using the other one because it didn't work well for me.
I have all kinds of things from Warrior Custom Golf. I'm playing the Hybrids now and I have the whole set of Hybrids and the whole set of the Woods, which I use quite a bit. I haven't used anything but Warrior. The only thing that I have that's not Warrior is a chipper called the Weapon and an oversized sand wedge. Warrior comes around and says something to me while the other companies don't. They're also always helpful. I already have a couple of friends whom I got into them with some clubs.
Resolution response: Sept. 24, 2016
Took the offer for the wedges and fairway woods. The wedges are and perform very good. The fairway woods have a tin sound, not as solid hitting as the top brands in fairway woods.
Original review: July 27, 2016
I took the offer for the wedges and 3, 5, 7 wood. I find the wedges very good. I find the Fairway woods not as good. The heads are fine, the shafts are not good quality. I am a right handed golfer with a 14 handicap and have a 95-100 mph speed on my driver. I tried out the regular graphite shafts in the woods and found them to have too much whip. I was hitting too many of my shots right. They wanted to put a stiffer shaft and would not agree, as have been playing with regular shafts for last 20 years. I went back to my Adams Fairway woods and hit the ball straight. If they improve the quality of the shafts, may be better clubs.
Don't fall for it. You have to buy clubs to get the free ones which means they engage is false advertising. The day after my order, I requested they cancel my order, of course they charged my credit card and did not cancel the order. Numerous emails were not responded to.
Warrior Custom Golf had a cheap wedge that I could get free wedges with. I liked the trial offer and the fact that they've given the specs over the phone and sent them to me. I have 45 days to turn them back in for a full refund. They gave a decent price for an entire set including irons and woods which work really well. They felt good right off the bat but I wasn't getting any more distance in my other clubs. After using them a few times, I changed the grips to the fatter ones because I don't play with a glove, so in my case that helped a lot. They're forgiving clubs and have good weight to them. I like the driver, 3-wood, 5-wood the best. I mostly used Callaway and they're very comparable but less than half the price. They have good people, good clubs, and a great deal. I have referred them to half a dozen of my friends.
The standard club wasn't taking me well. The custom clubs made for me by Warrior ended up working out so well that I've been buying a little bit as they come by. I got their driver, the 336e hybrids, a 7 wood, the All Wedge, the 52 degree wedge and chipping wedge and a putter. I went from a complete set of Callaway’s X Hots to 98% Warrior golf clubs in my bag right now. Compared to the Callaways that I thought I'll love forever, there's no comparison. In fact, I gave my Callaways to my son. I've been happy with my interactions with the Warrior team and I'm very pleased with the equipment. I like the look and the feel of all the clubs. I've been hitting better and enjoy hitting my Warriors every day. Maybe sometime later I'll be purchasing more. I'm glad I got hooked up with Warrior.
I've purchased different clubs from Warrior Custom Golf several times and used them in all of my trips to Hilton Head with my kids. I really like their Hybrid clubs. They're a little better than the other brands.
When Warrior Custom Golf called me and asked me to try out a set of irons with the wedges for $500, I took their offer and I liked the clubs very much so I kept them. They're quality clubs. After getting the irons I called them to ask why they weren't giving me wedges, then they sent me a sand wedge and a gap wedge to try out too. The first time I hit my 6 iron, it went at least a club and half further than my old clubs. That's also true with every one of their clubs. When I hit them a club, it goes a club and a half further which makes it easier. I'd recommend them.
I had a certain period of time to evaluate the Warrior clubs and then send them back. I was going to send them back, and they gave me one of the clubs for free and reduced the price. They sent me a bunch of head covers and golf balls to incentivize me to keep them. However, it took two months for that to show up, so I was a little dissatisfied with that. They had put the credit to my account where they shipped quickly, but the other piece of it took way too long. I like the idea of the free clubs and getting to have them customized. The clubs have made an improvement in my game.
Warrior Custom Golf Company Profile
- Company Name:
- Warrior Custom Golf
- Company Type:
- 15 Mason
- Postal Code:
- United States
- (855) 935-0303
- (949) 699-2455