1. J

    Club Champion Customer Service

    Wow... I’ll let the thread speak for itself on “consensus.” But it’s nice to know member opinions don’t matter when a forum sponsor is involved. I guess CC isn’t the only place losing a customer today.
  2. J

    Club Champion Customer Service

    And, yet, you now have dozens of consumers in here justifiably questioning whether they would ever buy from CC.
  3. J

    Club Champion Customer Service

    If CC really wanted to support their customer, they replace the shaft. And then they take it up Fuji. That seems to be a pretty general consensus in here.
  4. J

    Club Champion Customer Service

    Exactly. CC has the leverage when dealing with the manufacturer, not a lone consumer. Fuji may ultimately be responsible for the defective shaft in the end, but the customer paid CC not Fuji, so CC should take care of their customer.
  5. J

    Club Champion Customer Service

    And the customer has privity with the retailer. Retailer was paid. Retailer profited (not sold at wholesale price). Retailer should work with customer on the defective product IT sold, and then deal with the manufacturer.
  6. J

    Kudos to Mizuno Customer Service

    Awesome to hear, bro! Glad they got you quickly squared away.
  7. J

    Club Champion Customer Service

    I wonder if CC, even as a retailer, has an implied duty here (merchantability) regardless of any express warranties by the manufacturer. Not saying something like this would ever go this far, but he probably has a good faith basis to assert claims against both the retailer and manufacturer, and...
  8. J

    Brooks v Bryson

    But you were right about who is living rent free.
  9. J

    Brooks v Bryson

    That was Bryson haha
  10. J

    Brooks v Bryson

    I’m actually quite enjoying this from both of them. Golf Twitter has been on fire this week.
  11. J

    Brooks v Bryson

  12. J

    Brooks v Bryson

    I’m starting to wonder the PIP angle too... Brooks real quick to keep fanning the flames.
  13. J

    Brooks v Bryson

    Jeez, man... are you serious? What else would Yags say?? AFizzle also referenced a story told on an NLU podcast. There are other stories out there too. But okay, you “win”
  14. J

    Brooks v Bryson

    Okay, maybe Tom Brady is the GOAT: Second one especially stings for me, haha
  15. J

    Brooks v Bryson

    I agree. And being brand conscious doesn’t need to make one “fake.” To be fair, whether someone is genuine or authentic is probably not a binary question—more of a sliding scale. Which is why there is probably not a “right” answer.
  16. J

    Brooks v Bryson

    This is such a good point. 🤣
  17. J

    Brooks v Bryson

    I think it’s fair to say that most things Bryson has done that has made people roll their eyes have happened in the past 1-2 years. I don’t doubt Bryson is quirky and trying to find ways to do things better/differently, but he’s monetizing on this image (as a prudent business person would)...
  18. J

    Brooks v Bryson

    A “brand” is an image a person or company wants to project. It’s what they what people to see and think about them. It may or may not be true. My point was, given his concern about his “brand,” people have evidence from which they can draw their own conclusions that they find him to not be...
  19. J

    Brooks v Bryson

    The other makes bacon shirtless on his. So you know Bryson personally? Because he’s also the same guy who yelled at a camera man for hurting “his brand.” He’s the same guy who claims he wears that damn hat to honor Payne but then trademarks the hat himself with an outline of his stupid face...
  20. J

    Callaway MD5 Jaws Wedges

    I had a really fun time hitting these wedges this weekend. My favorite shots were (a) the 62* opened up to clear a massive pine tree and land pin high from 75 yards, and (b) the 56 from 92 that stopped within two feet--even I could make that putt. My 62 is also beginning to rust nicely...

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