I think it’s safe to say that most golfers you talk to know something about Orlimar Golf… probably from the Trimetal days. The company has gone through a bit of a rough patch in recent years but new ownership and ideas are turning the ship around.
The line for 2007 features lots of interesting equipment and it looks like the company is really on the right track. Essentially their woods are broken down into 2 main groups… the Fury line and the Slice Killer/Fade Correction line. The Fury line is more of a performance group that includes the new QB driver (the square one), the Fury HYB hybrid and the Fury FWD fairway. More Fury pieces are on the way in the spring (including a square hybrid) and the company hopes to take this impressive line onto the Tour this summer. There are still small reminders of the older Orlimar lines throughout the new Fury equipment… mainly of the older pieces from years ago were really popular with the better player and Orlimar wanted these people to be able to relate to the new line. The Slice Killer/Fade Correction equipment features various degrees of offset and a very affordable price tag.
Probably the highlight for me were the Forged Tour Irons. They’re obviously not for everyone but their quality and craftsmanship really show that the company is out to make a serious run at the Tour. The ZX irons are what most golfers should be looking at and the company offers three different versions to fit all types of games. Be sure to check out the Orlimar Golf website for a full run down on the line.
Overall… a very impressive line. Check out our photo gallery for more pictures. We’ll keep our eye on Orlimar and will be sure to pass along more news and pictures as we get it!
Be sure to check out our online picture gallery for pictures from the 2007 PGA Show in Orlando. We’ll be updating the gallery daily so be sure to check back! To access the full line of pictures… click “user galleries”, then the picture above “admin” (top left side), then click the same picture below “2007 Orlando PGA Show”. You can then scroll through the pages by clicking the page numbers on the bottom right. Wow… good thing that wasn’t confusing!