superman912, on 03 December 2012 - 07:12 PM, said:
MadGolfer76, on 03 December 2012 - 06:34 PM, said:
superman912, on 03 December 2012 - 04:20 PM, said:
Try and sell a wishon club vs an adams. Guaranteed the Adams club will go in half the time. Also have the read the stories of Wishon not standing by his gear or his "recommended fitters"? Wishon is also very opinionated man, who will try to convince you his way or no other way, even if his way is wrong. Go with Adams. They have been great to many customers and even gone out of their way to replace out of warranty equipment. Yes some of the XTDs were faulty, but that's just one club. You are also getting a subset of golfers on this website. Not all XTDs were crap, just the 3 or 4 that were blown out of proportion here. Also you can grab the Adams for cheap right now.
I don't play either OEM, but I would never touch a wishon club, whereas I would gladly put an Adams club in my bag. If wishon clubs were so great, the best amateurs (who don't get paid) would play them, but they don't. You NEVER see them. They play TM/Titleist/Callaway/Adams, etc. You only see them in the bags of club hoes here on this website who think changing clubs will lower their scores.
My vote for "fail" post of the year, although your earlier one is running a close second.
In what way is it a "fail"? And why did you put it in quotes? A fail is a fail, not a "fail". Everything I said was true. You just defend him because why? He posts a couple of charts here and there and argues with anyone that disagrees with him? An adams club will sell way quicker than a Wishon. I wonder why there aren't wishon clubs at golfsmith, golfgalaxy, pga superstore? No one plays them. My comment about XTDs was true. Even in the thread about loose XTDs, people were saying how theirs was not loose. It was at most a handful of people whose weights came loose. Adams does have great customer service. If his clubs were so good, the top amateurs would be playing them. If they were so good, pros not on contract would play them, but they don't. NO ONE DOES. Only the people who think a club change is going to fix their slices and duck hooks buy them. I'm done with this thread. Say whatever you want. There will be people that don't like one OEM over another, just like all the TM and Titleist haters. I don't like wishon, period. But you don't see TM reps coming into the threads and disagreeing with people and arguing with them.
OK, I'm going to safely ignore you... thanks for clearing that up!
1. Wishon clubs aren't in GolfGalaxy because he only sells them to certified clubfitters... he has (by his account) been offered positions at major club companies and turned them down because he wanted to focus on getting people custom fit into clubs.
2. There are lots of great clubmakers that get little to no play by top amateurs and professionals... Miura, Tour Edge, Adams...
3. Tom has consistently stated that higher handicaps get more value out of getting custom fitted... there is more room for improvement and great ball strikers have less of a need for custom fit equipment.
4. Everyone I've ever seen who plays a Wishon driver loves it.
5. Adams will have a higher resale than Wishon... if that's a primary concern, go with Adams.
This isn't really to argue with Superman, but instead to hopefully clear some stuff up... I'm a Wishon fanboy, though.