Cobra King F7 Black 5-6 Wood Fairway Wood Adjustable Loft Golf Club
Standard Length Only
Standard Lie Only
Adjustable Loft Only
Fujikura Pro 65 Graphite Shaft Only
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|Fairway Wood Heaven
||By John P. on 6/15/2017
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Handicap: 16-20 Plays Golf: I play weekly Dexterity: Right Hand
I could never hit a fairway wood until I hit this bad boy. Right down the middle with plenty of length. The rails do what they say they are supposed to do.
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The Cobra King F7 Fairway Wood
The Cobra King F7 fairway woods feature an adjustable CG location on the sole. The stock 20g and 3g weights can be switched to produce either a higher or more penetrating ball flight. The 20g weight in the back launches higher and placing it in the forward position lowers the ball flight.
Cobra also reintroduces the popular “Baffler” rail system in the King F7 fairway woods. The rails are positioned on the sole and vary in size depending on the club. Short rails are on the 3 wood for a sweeping attack angle. The rails are slightly bigger on the 5 wood as there is a steeper angle of attack with that club.
The Cobra King F7 fairway wood comes in Black, Blue, and Silver. The stock shaft is the Fujikura Pro 65. The various kick points on the shafts, based on flex, help give the optimum launch angle.
Get a more in-depth look at these fairway woods here.