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Golf Technologies Hammer X Drivers Review

Golf Technologies Hammer X


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Jack Hamm 6 -time LONG DRIVE CHAMPION is the Father of the Big Head Driver creating the 1st oversized Driver- The HAMMER, selling millions. All the major Golf manufacturers copied his design churning out BIG CLUMSY 460cc heads, creating drag, slowing your swing down, while sounding like a tin can when you hit them. They all whiffed on what's important, it's simple common sense! Faster club head speed= more distance. AND NOW HE HAS DONE IT AGAIN! THE HAMMER X, the next evolution in Driver Technology. Jack Streamlined the club shape got rid of the bulk, no cc's, no body, for faster Acceleration. Then he created the revolutionary POWER CORE, putting all the mass behind the ball, OPTIMIZING IMPACT, giving you a persimmon feel in a metal head-DEAD SOLID HITTING ZONE and he even took the cow bell out of the Driver! The HAMMER X comes with the X SHAFT- FLAT LIKE A SWORD- Cutting trough the air like a knife!! The HAMMER X is the most POWERFUL AERODYNAMIC DRIVER EVER worth 50 Yards to ever golfer! Jack 45" Shaft- 10° Loft - Winn like grip Available in Right Only at this time


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Review Date
August 17, 2015

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Reviewed by: mike krug ,  Shoots in the 90s

Model Reviewed:
hammerx driver

Summary:
I order this driver than injurd my arm and canceled my order,was told I would get a call back. did not receive a call back,too weaks later this club was at my door,have not been able to make conection with this company. I GOT TOOK ..........

Customer Service:
you have not been fare,I do not recommend this company to anyone..........



Review Date
August 11, 2015

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Reviewed by: Clarence Kennedy ,  Shoots in the 80s

Summary:
I ordered a Hammer X from the TV ad 21 days ago. Promised delivery 10 to 15 business days. Still haven't received clubs. Have tried to call several times don't get a call back. Price was supposed to be $99.95, with shipping total was to be $129.95. The co. billed my Credit card for $143.75. I think I've been scammed. Last time I'll order anything from this company. As far as I can see they're crooks. Hope they prove me wrong by making this right!!



Review Date
August 5, 2015

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Reviewed by: Ben Attinger ,  Shoots in the 80s

Model Reviewed:
Hammer X Driver

Summary:
Company guarantees that the club will arrive within 15 business days. Mine arrived on business day # 20.

I tried calling customer service and was told to leave a voicemail (never had a customer service that made you leave a voicemail). I never received a call back. I had to call the number to place an order and have them call customer service for me in order to get a call back. The woman who called tried telling me she couldn't understand my name, so she didn't call back.

After my club finally arrived, it broke on hole 1 tee box of the golf course. I tried calling customer service, but again had to leave a voicemail. I tried again two days later and the same situation occurred. I called immediately after hanging up hoping to get an answer, but to no avail. Finally I called the number to order a club again and after speaking to them miraculously got my call returned.

The same woman was the customer service representative as my previous customer service issue. She began to yell at me and tell me that I never left my name (which was a lie- interesting how she had issues on calling me back based on my name again). Then she told me that I was a spoiled brat and that I probably just broke the club on purpose. After I explained what happened she responded that I just "need to be a better golfer." She said she was sending me a club, but then removing my warranty (which I'm not sure is legal) because of my attitude. Before she hung up, she said she would send my new club "if she felt like it."

Customer Service:
Absolutely horrible customer service. I was told that maybe I need to be a "better golfer," was yelled at over the phone, and was told that I was a "spoiled brat."



Review Date
August 1, 2015

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Reviewed by: Art Bobian ,  Shoots in the 80s

Model Reviewed:
Hammer X

Summary:
This driver is a joke. Worked on it with several buckets of balls following the recommendations provided with the club. My old driver outperforms the Hammer X by 50-60 yards consistently. It is back in the box and I am chalking this experience up to a lesson learned.

Customer Service:
Customer service leaves something to be desired. Left two messages because I had not received the product after almost a month and was told that Fed Ex had lost it when I was finally called back. Return policy calls for a 25% restocking fee which is ridiculous. Do they believe in their product or not?



Review Date
July 3, 2015

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Reviewed by: John Lawton ,  Shoots in the 90s

Model Reviewed:
Hammer X and Fairway Wood #3

Summary:
I got delivery of the clubs went to the driving range two days in a row and hit 200+ balls with only these two clubs and had the worst days of my golfing life trying to figure out how to hit these clubs. I even had three other guys hitting balls try it and none of them wanted to hit more than 10 balls, they all said it was a piece of sh-t. My Taylor made driver gets me 230 yards in the fairway pretty regularly and I will stick what works for me.
Customer service has not returned my calls to get a return number so I will have to contact my CC company and dispute the charges against to get my refund..



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