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Warrior Custom Golf was founded six years a go by a creative visionary named Brendan Flaherty in response to a bad experience he had buying golf clubs. He immediately decided that there had to be a better way to buy golf clubs and went on to start his own company that would treat customers the way he wanted to be treated. "Six years ago I had what at the time can only be called a very foolish idea," he says "I knew we couldn't make any headway into the industry by being just another golf club manufacturer. I did a lot of research and found out that the biggest difference a golf club can make for a golfer is if it actually fits the golfer properly, so I decided to make the best golf clubs possible and custom build every set we make specifically for the golfer who would be playing them.

The custom fitting process starts with the first contact between the company and the customer. Each new customer is asked to provide a specific set of measurements. Each set of clubs is then painstakingly custom hand-assembled to meet the exact specifications required to provide maximum performance for the customer who ordered them. The clubs are then shipped via Fed-ex directly to the customer, who is then given 45 days to test play the new set of clubs to make sure they perform as well as hoped and anticipated. If the customer has any problems or isn't getting the desired results, the clubs can then be returned for a refund or better yet, adjusted back at the factory to meet any special needs. This entire process leads not only to better golf, but better yet, happy customers.

Warrior Custom Golf
15 Mason, Suite A
Irvine, CA 92618

Sales: 1-800-600-5113
Customer Service : 1-800-580-8622

 
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  • Warrior Custom Golf

    Kevin Hixson wrote on: Jan 24, 2014

    I have been nothing short of pleased by the clubs I have received and the customer service. I'm working on getting a full set of Signature Series woods - putter. I've dropped 15 shots off my average round. I'm sorry that some of you have had a bad experience with them it certainly hasn't been the case with me.

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  • Fraud

    TD19 wrote on: Jul 31, 2013

    Look under SCAM and it shows a picture of Warrier Custom Golf.
    Look under 'bait and switch' and is shows a picture of Warrier Golf.
    Believe they will credit your card later even though they don't.
    Warrier Golf is like something out of a bad movie.
    BTW, their shipping and handling charges are about 3-5 times normal.
    Do business with Warrier = Good luck.

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  • Warrior

    Mike wrote on: Jun 7, 2013

    Warrior just offered to triple my money by investing in some golf property. Wonder why I'm getting such an offer? If I can triple my money why would I involve people I don't know? Of course the Warrior sales pitch is that they just want reward their loyal customers.

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  • 7yrs. W/warrior golf

    BILL wrote on: Jun 2, 2013

    I meet warrior golf through a coupon
    in a magazine . Called the # and , yes
    did the dance w/them around their
    sales process , get the club free , but try
    this one RISK FREE.
    I personnelly have 3 sets of clubs from
    warrior along w/ golfballs, shirts, hats
    and bags. None of which did I ever
    fell pressured to buy. And alot of which
    Was free. Just do the paperwork.
    The clubs were refitted once from
    flex shafts to stiff,do to head speed .
    Their sales rep. Has always helped
    me to get the most out of my golf
    expierience, using their clubs.
    I have golfbuddies who like my clubs
    and have even purchased their own.
    I'm sorry to hear about peoples
    bad expieriences w/warrior.( But all
    sales reps need to do their also OR
    get fired .)RIGHT!!!
    Thanks, Brendon for some nice clubs .

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  • High Pressure Sales at Warrior Golf

    Happy wrote on: Sep 20, 2011

    I think their clubs are actually pretty good....At least the ones I've tried. They are about as good as anything else I have in the bag (Callaway & Ping), really can't see much difference. No better, no worse.
    Their tactics are nothing more than "High Pressure" tactics similar to the ones that were used in the "Time Share" industry and by used car salesmen.
    If it's a free club, for the price of shipping, then stick to your guns and accept ONLY, the free club + S&H.
    They try to draw you in by offering you another free club which requires you to actually purchase something else.
    They always say, "Now for your trouble, we will be sending you...".
    They have tried that with me, but I always tell them that I'm on a fixed income and can't afford to pay for all the extra clubs. That's when the "High Pressure" tactics begin. Each and every time you just say NO, to their offer and the price will continue to drop.
    Eventually the salesman will get to his rock bottom price, where you still have to say NO!
    Be persistant, like they are and stick to to your story, "Fixed Income & Can't Afford" and "You said it was free for the S&H, because if it is not then we have nothing further to talk about".
    They will still send you the club any way, just for the S&H, because they are looking at the bigger picture......That's OK, we'll sell him something later"!
    This does take some perseverance, but you can walk away from the deal with your free club.
    You can't really get mad at them....After all, they only do what you allowed them to do!!!

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  • warrior golf

    Stewart wrote on: Jun 8, 2011

    I made and order for a free club from a TV add , Knowing nothing is free I called , I had to try a driver to get this club and return the driver if I didn't like or pay for it . Received the clubs well ahead of time , the driver I couldn.t use so I called about this I was sent another driver (different model , shaft and grip ) at no charge this driver is great so my dealings with Warrior have been all positive

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  • warrior golf.

    Simpson wrote on: Oct 17, 2007

    Brendan Flaherty might have high hopes for this company, but I certainly don't. He starts a company because he had a bad experience buying golf clubs.?!?
    Hmmm, let's see here ... they shipped the wrongs clubs the first time and then charged my credit card for 3 times the amount, and then charged me for the return - that took 7 calls, 2 letters and 1 month to get straightened out, then they sent me the wrong clubs again "and" charged my credit card *twice* for the same thing.
    Never will I do business with these idiots again.!

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      • RE: warrior golf.

        laurence bauwens wrote on: Aug 9, 2012

        dear friends: i received a free 3 wood with several promises if i tried it. in all honesty i gave the wood to a friend who has used it with great pleasure it. i mean he REALLY likes it i have a ping g20 that i wouldnt trade for any thing. but his appreciation is genuine to the point to where he has used it to kick my ass.

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          • RE: RE: warrior golf.

            Keith J. Wilson wrote on: Jun 28, 2013

            You bet he did! I have no affiliation with Warrior except that of a customer, and I LOVE MY WARRIOR CLUBS!!! I dumped my old clubs for them within the 45 day trial period without any HESITATION whatsoever! It didn't even take me 45 days to decide, more like two rounds and a couple times at the driving range! If you have a problem with Warrior Custom Golf you dealt with a jerk on the phone and you need to report them to Warrior's supervisors immediately! Warrior is a sincere company eager to make sales, that is the whole thing with them.

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              • RE: RE: RE: warrior golf.

                kirk packard wrote on: Dec 5, 2013

                BS total bait and switch. cheap clubs. my driver cracked in two on a perfect drive after 3 months and they wouldn't do a thing. They basically told me to piss up a rope after charging me $175.00 for the piece of shi!

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      • RE: warrior golf.

        Talent Golf wrote on: Sep 30, 2010

        Check out www.youtube.com/talentgolf to see warrior custom golf horrible customer service!

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  • Research

    Daryl wrote on: Jul 23, 2007

    Warrior clubs is sending SPAM mail via GolfCpons.com. I would do your research before buying anything from this company - Here is a link to an article aboutthis questionable golf company and others who operate like them.
    http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m0HFI/is_1_53/ai_82625815

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  • Warrior Customer service What a joke

    Don wrote on: Jul 4, 2007

    Stay away from Warrior, they promise the moon and do not deliver.
    They have the worst customer service in the world. Once they sell you something, it is now your problem. The sales people are rude and inpololite.
    Take my advice. Saty away, you will thank me.

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      • RE: Warrior Customer service What a joke

        Heywood jablome wrote on: Jun 30, 2012

        They are major douche bags, they are all trailer-trash wannabee golfers

        Reply

  • Warrior custom golf will take your money

    Jeremy wrote on: Jul 3, 2007

    I and many other numerous customers have had many poor experiences with Warrior custom golf. I ordered three wedges from this company and as of this date, July 3rd 2007, have not received them. They received their money, but I did not get my clubs. I requested the status of my order after waiting more than 6 weeks. I got a response stating that my clubs were shipped out and they even gave me a USPS tracking number. This tracking number does not exist according to USPS. I have enquired about this to Warrior custom golf 4 or 5 times and they will not respond. I recommend that anyone looking to purchase golf clubs from this company should not. They have a history of poor customer service and were even fined by the FCC for illegal practices. Buyer beware.

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      • RE: Warrior custom golf will take your money

        Keith J. Wilson wrote on: Jun 28, 2013

        Well the tracking number does not exist with USPS or UPS because they ALWAYS SHIP THEY'RE CLUBS FEDEX!!! They mail other orders via USPS. You need to get it straight and know what you are talking about to figure out who has your clubs to begin with!

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      • RE: Warrior custom golf will take your money

        Max wrote on: Apr 13, 2013

        The FCC deals only with the broadcast and electronic media. They have NOTHING to do with anything else.

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      • RE: Warrior custom golf will take your money

        Happy wrote on: Sep 21, 2011

        High Pressure Sales at Warrior Golf....
        I think their clubs are actually pretty good....At least the ones I've tried. They are about as good as anything else I have in the bag (Callaway & Ping), really can't see much difference. No better, no worse.
        Their tactics are nothing more than "High Pressure" tactics similar to the ones that were used in the "Time Share" industry and by used car salesmen.
        If it's a free club, for the price of shipping, then stick to your guns and accept ONLY, the free club + S&H.
        They try to draw you in by offering you another free club which requires you to actually purchase something else.
        They always say, "Now for your trouble, we will be sending you...".
        They have tried that with me, but I always tell them that I'm on a fixed income and can't afford to pay for all the extra clubs. That's when the "High Pressure" tactics begin. Each and every time you just say NO, to their offer and the price will continue to drop.
        Eventually the salesman will get to his rock bottom price, where you still have to say NO!
        Be persistent, like they are and stick to to your story, "Fixed Income & Can't Afford" and "You said it was free for the S&H, because if it is not then we have nothing further to talk about".
        They will still send you the club any way, just for the S&H, because they are looking at the bigger picture......That's OK, we'll sell him something later"!
        This does take some perseverance, but you can walk away from the deal with your free club.
        Bottom line here....
        You can't really get mad at them....After all, they only do what you allowed them to do!!!

        Reply

          • RE: RE: Warrior custom golf will take your money

            Keith J. Wilson wrote on: Jun 28, 2013

            Sure they will take your money, but in return they will give you ONE SWEET CLUB That will compare to the best clubs you can possibly imagine! They are great clubs!!! They are a great company, and I personally love them!!! I have NEVER had a bad experience with them. I have gotten the price of my clubs reduced EVERY TIME I have ordered them, and they always threw in MORE free stuff to go with it if I paid the shipping! Knock them if you will, but don't forget to tell people that many others have had great experience with Warrior and LOVE they're clubs!

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              • RE: RE: RE: Warrior custom golf will take your money

                Jim wrote on: Feb 7, 2014

                Just how long have you worked for them? No way a customer would ever go all over the net defending a company as you have. And Warrior has WAY too many bad reviews - you can't counter them all.
                Instead of going around posting comments scam boy why not try to actually provide a little customer service?
                (He works for Warrior folks - could not be more obvious)

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      • RE: Warrior custom golf will take your money

        Yusto wrote on: Jan 1, 2009

        Warrior golf clubs are ok. I am just starting to enjoy their driver. It gets the distance and their 5 and 7 woods will surely rescue you on the fairway. It takes time and practice to finally break-in their clubs. I have their gap wedge and it also does very well. I could not get the 3 hybrid to perform well.
        Warrior customer service leaves a lot to be desired. They are impatient and self driven without listening to the customer.

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          • RE: RE: Warrior custom golf will take your money

            charleschilders wrote on: May 16, 2013

            I have the Warrior hybrid clubs they are great to play with. THE sale peoples are just and honest to work with. A

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              • RE: RE: RE: Warrior custom golf will take your money

                charles childers wrote on: May 16, 2013

                A nice and honest sale peoples to deal with. My purchased with Warrior has been on time and correct. A small company with great prices and I will do business with them

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