Kasco K2K Utility E-spec Fairway Woods

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K2K Utility E-spec

  • 2.1 mm ultra-thin face
  • Deep weighted design for low center of gravity
  • Hotter launch angle
  • Pinpoint accurate trajectory

User Reviews (3)

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Will Mac   Shoots in the 70s [Jan 15, 2006]
Model Reviewed: K2K E-spec 44

Very solid, unheralded club. Admittedly, the stock shaft was a noodle but it's been a different animal since I reshafted it with a stiff-flex EI-70. Solid, long, forgiving, accurate. It's all of that. Nice heft to the head, also. The latest hybrid offerings out there are fantastic, Ping G5 Hybrid, Cleveland Halo, to name a couple. But the Kasco compares favorably. It does it all for me and has earned a safe spot in my bag, right between my 3-wood (Callaway Warbird 3+) and Ping G2 HL 3-iron. When they first came out, I believe the list price was $300. I can understand the lack of interest at that price. But for what they can be had for now, especially on ebay, giving this one a shot should be a no-brainer. In my opinion, it's very, very good overall and suitable for any handicap level.

Customer Service

N/A

Similar Products Used: Tried many, but first hybrid to make the bag.
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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capeto   Shoots in the 90s [Nov 24, 2005]
Model Reviewed: Kasco K2K 99

Excellent club to hit from any lie. You can manipulate ball flight. Explosive off face if you hit it dead center on a shallow swing.

Customer Service

Bought it from the used bin at 2ballsgolf.com

Similar Products Used: Generic Brand 7 wood, 5 wood,Steelhead plus
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Dangerous Dan   Shoots in the 80s [Jan 05, 2005]
Model Reviewed: K2K-Espec #44

I bought this club on a whim at Second Swing Golf for $30.00. It has become my absolute favorite club. It took a bit to get used to but when you do it is very versatile & awesome. Distance & control is great (especially since I cut 1 inch off the shaft myself). I can draw it easier than any other club (I try to stay away from fading since it seems to bring back my old slice, but the club will fade equally well). No trouble controling distance from 180 to 220 yards. It hits well from the rough, hard pan, sand, pine straw. I use it from the tee box (just off the ground) for par 3's & 4's. I use it for my punch shot or knock down shot. It does EVERYTHING. Swing it smoothly and the ball will JUMP off the face like nothing I have ever seen. I will not part with it easily. These clube are hard to find but worth the trouble. Don't be afraid of a used club, I have used mine for five years and it's good as new.

Customer Service

None needed.

Similar Products Used: Utility clubs such as; Cobra, Taylor Made, Cleveland but none of these compare!
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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