What we say...
The Orka Kii Square Driver, Orka’s square model gave our beefy test pro his longest Orka carry with good shot height and airtime. Like the standard shape Kii, the SD square has a confi gurable weight system (CWS) from two adjustable weight ports. The grey titanium face and sole and the cool black crown look good and at £150 it will do a job without breaking the bank.
Pro Verdict: A good looking club that’s easy to align and hits it very straight. It feels quite powerful and although this didn’t translate into results it still impressed me.
Tester Comments: “Easy to hit, with nice high fl ight and good quality results”... “Very hittable but lacked a bit of power for me”.
The Orka Kii SD Driver is built for distance! The driver has a 460cc titanium head and a thin crown which helps get the weight in all the right places. It's designed to give a high golf ball launch angle with minimum spin.
Orka is getting a good name for itself in the UK with quality, classic clubs and this driver are no exception!
Shafts: Steel and graphite shafts
Gender: Ladies and Gents
Left-handed available: Yes
Lofts: 9, 11, HL 13
Orka Drivers User Reviews
Had this driver custom fitted, 11 degree loft and with the 2 seperate weight adjustments I hardly ever mishit this driver. Long straight carries. I have gone from an 18 to 12 in 6 months mainly due to longer straighter drives with this club. I have since invested in orka irons in an effort to make single figures. I finally think I am getting somewhere with this game and that is mainly down to Orka kit and the fact that they understand that not everyone swings like Rory and adjust the kit to you, rather than the other way round !!!