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
Customer Service : 1-800-580-8622
Golf ball manufacturers have always marketed several models, but only recently have the different designs and performance specs been linked explicitly to different swings. Nike Golf's 2014 line is an example of this marketing strategy. The trend isn't universal, however. Titleist has not followed the general move toward pairing certain golf balls with certain swing types. Kiel Christianson takes a closer look at the marketing strategies at Nike Golf and Titleist.
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