Warrior Custom Golf is so confident in its products that it stands solidly behind every one with a 45-day money back guarantee and one year of free adjustments and a manufacturer's warrantee on components if customers aren't pleased with their purchases.
Says Pedro Villnaueva, the company's general manager, "Warrior gives golfers the opportunity to try out state-of-the-art golf club technology at a wholesale price and lets golfer decide out on the golf course whether they would like to keep them or not by giving them a 45-day unconditional money back guarantee. All Warrior asks for in return is some feedback to improve upon its products."
The company, which was founded by CEO Brendan Flaherty in 1998 after he was dissatisfied with a set of clubs he purchased from a retailer and the seller would not take the clubs back, has been making noise in the equipment industry of late with its new line of Tomahawk hybrids. The firm's corporate headquarters, manufacturing plant, sales offices, and customer service operations are located in Irvine, Ca.
"Warrior's new Tomahawk design has received an overwhelming response," says Villnaueva. "Almost every single golfer that has evaluated a set has not only loved them and kept them but they have also sent Warrior a ton of referrals."
Warriors' Tomahawk Hybrid comes in two-, three-, four-, and five-wood models, with lofts ranging from 16 to 25 degrees. "Mass Transfer Technology" pulls weight away from the clubface and redistributes it to selected areas around the perimeter of the clubhead, providing "dynamic speed and remarkable distance," says the company. Part iron, part wood, the Tomahawk combines fairway wood distance with the control and accuracy of an iron.
The club has a low profile head design with an expanded sweet spot from heel-to-toe providing a higher moment of inertia for increased stability and forgiveness, which results in longer, straighter shots from the short grass or the rough. "Progressive Face Thickness Technology produces maximum co-efficient of restitution for hot distance.
The Tomahawk comes equipped with frequency matched and balanced Warrior 3.1 Tour Series graphite shafts, or "Warrior Synchronized Gold Step-less" steel shafts for a more consistent flex throughout the set.
Villnaueva says Warrior Custom Golf is looking to expand its reach in the marketplace during the coming months and years.
"Warrior is expanding the company by featuring some of its golf clubs at affiliate golf courses, and we plan on sponsoring PGA Tour professionals in the near future. Warrior has over 700,000 customers nationwide and donates to thousands of charity golf tournaments every year." Warrior products are now the official golf clubs at several golf courses across the country.
Villnaueva says the company has been able to buck the downward trend in golf equipment sales during the past few years by taking the initiative rather than sitting back and wringing its hands.
"Warrior offers plenty of incentives to do business with us, such that the slowdown in golf sales has not drastically decreased sales. Down the road a bit, we see ourselves as one of the major players in the golf club industry and one day hosting a PGA event."
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