Orka RS5 Game Improvement Irons Review

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  • TG Rating 4 out of 5
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  • RRP £0.00

What we say...

Dave loved the clean look of the RS5, but commented that it didn’t feel as good as some of the others in his hands, notably the Callaway X-Forged or the Nike Split Cavity. Chris felt it was a good all-rounder with a nice, forgiving head, while Jon said there wasn’t much to dislike. It did suffer a little in the distance stakes though.

Ratings (out of 5):

Distance: 3.5   Dispersion: 5   Looks: 4.2   Feel: 4   Forgiveness: 3.8

The Orka RS5 is a full cavity club offering forgiveness yet forged from the finest steel. These are forged from single billets and then triple forged and hand finished.

An updated version of the PS9 CB clubs, the weight position has been improved with the result being that these are even easier to hit, and very forgiving.

Beautiful feel off the face from the S25c steel face, weight is positioned lower on the club, giving a higher ball flight. Ideal for higher handicappers looking for a forged club and also to make shots easier in the longer irons, even for better players.

The top line is bevelled and the clubs come with a stunning satin finish. The cavity is precision CNC milled.

Cavity back, steel shaft, graphite shaft, ladies, gents, RH.

Available 3-PW in any shaft and grip from Orka's fitting centres.

Graphite: No
Contact: www.orkagolf.co.uk or 0845 862 0061

Product Information

Left Handed availableNo
Custom-Fit availableYes
Forgiveness levelMedium
Graphite shafts availableYes
Iron typeCavity

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