Orlimar Golf Clubs Reviews

By S. Courtney


Orlimar uses bi-metal, tri-metal and titanium technologies to create long-hitting clubs. Their drivers feature Aldila NVS graphite shafts, Golf Pride Tour Velvet grips, and loft angles between 8.5 and 12.5 degrees. The company's irons and wedges are forged from carbon steel and they are available with both steel and graphite shafts. The irons and wedges also come with Golf Pride New Decade grips. Anti-slice graphite-shaft hybrids are also available. Orlimar putters are designed with core-weighting technology for stability and balance.


The size, design and weight balance of the Orlimar drivers make them incredibly long off the tee, even without an overly powerful swing. The accuracy with drivers and fairway woods is comparable to smaller and lighter brands, and the forged irons are ideal for tighter fairways and landing areas. The peripheral balance and smooth motion of the putters suits both beginning and veteran players.


The shallow face and low center of gravity of Orlimar drivers may present a problem for some golfers with steep approach angles. The drivers and fairway woods also have a smaller head and sweet spot than most oversize clubs, which can cause trouble for more inconsistent or beginner players.

Bottom Line

While expensive, Orlimar clubs are an ideal "enhancement" set for golfers who have established their basic game and are looking to add more distance and power. While smaller and less beginner-friendly than other oversize clubs, they are well-made, durable, and can increase distance without any other adjustments to your swing.

About The Author

S. Courtney is a writer/editor with experience in a variety of fields, notably sports, travel, tech, health, fitness, and general entertainment. Courtney holds a bachelor's degree in science, sport and business management and marketing from Kennesaw State University.


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