Crimson0516, on 18 May 2010 - 12:16 AM, said:
Are you kidding me? Twenty replies straight to me. 20. They all say the same thing.. Mackenzie somehow screwed them. Tired of answering. Tired of trying to rationalize. Here is the deal.. Bought them both in the last 10 years. McKennon blew away Mackenzie. Not even close. Hate them, bash them, I don't care. If you have something to say about Mackenzie or McKennon, air it here. All of you want to lay low but still get all the answers. Put it out there or go away. McKennon didn't give me a deal, or a free bag. Mackenzie didn't either. I am just a guy trying to buy a bag. I made my choice and couldn't be happier. In my opinion, the best golf bag in the world is McKennon. If you have a different take, air it here. Just stop writing me and bashing Mackenzie. Do it in the forum or don't do it.
I'm not a rich man by any stretch of the imagination and $700+ for a golf bag is a lot of money to me.
However, I also believe firmly in buying quality products that last a very long time, so I am not opposed to expensive purchases, providing the product and the experience are on par with the price point.
The experiences I have had in the last fiscal year with Mackenzie unfortunately do not justify the expense. I already own a Mackenzie bag, and was hoping my next purchase could be more of a custom, "as I want it" bag. From the looks of how things are going, it will be a McKennon.
One missed phone call and one missed email are one thing---but a fiscal year's worth of phone calls and emails not replied to is defined as ignoring, and particularly uncomfortable when a company has an individual's credit card on file. That's fine, Mackenzie can ignore me and I can spend my money elsewhere.
If anyone cares to agree, debate, defend, attack, harrass or use other forms of communication, feel free to email me. My address is posted up the page a few.
Edited by dan360, 19 May 2010 - 12:09 AM.