Cobra Golf Clubs Overview
One of golf’s most innovative companies, Cobra has given the world the “baffler” utility wood, oversized irons and many other forward-thinking products. Numerous world-class pros, including Rickie Fowler, Bryson DeChambeau, Jason Dufner, Lexi Thompson and Greg Norman, play Cobra’s clubs. Yet the brand may be best known for its amateur-friendly equipment.
Cobra offers a wide range of club types – including
– for men,
Also available: “one-length” iron sets mimicking DeChambeau’s unusual specifications.
If you’re shopping for single clubs or a full Cobra golf set, you’ll find an assortment right here at GlobalGolf; we carry both new and used Cobra golf clubs. Let’s have a look at the company’s current lineup:
Cobra has gone all in on the
label, new for 2021. The RADSpeed umbrella covers the golf club gamut, with three new drivers, three fairway wood models, four new iron sets and a pair of hybrid offerings.
In Cobra’s “big stick” category you’ll find the RADSpeed Driver, plus the RADSpeed XB (Xtreme Back) and RADSpeed XD (Xtreme Draw) driver versions. The RADSpeed Driver delivers the lowest spin rates, fastest ball speeds and most workability of the trio. The XB is longest and most forgiving, while the XD is draw-biased to help slicers hit the ball straighter.
Cobra touts radial weighting for creating optimal speed, forgiveness and accuracy in all of its RADSpeed models. The irons also feature a unique, 3D-printed medallion in the cavity.
If you’re wondering about Cobra’s One Length clubs, they’re inspired by Bryson DeChambeau’s unusual set makeup. Each iron (4 – SW) and hybrid (3, 4 and 5) is the length of a standard 7-iron, or 37.25”.
Rickie Fowler’s input helped shape the CNC-milled face of the
Cobra King SpeedZone.
Designers upped the moment of inertia (MOI) with a tungsten backweight while allowing for workability with front-to-back adjustability. SpeedZone fairway woods and hybrids sport a new Hollow Split Rail sole for added ball speed and higher launch. Finally, a lightweight carbon fiber top line lowers the center of gravity (CG) in Cobra’s SpeedZone irons, resulting in – you guessed it – greater height and distance.
Built to maximize game improvement for golfers with moderate swing speeds,
Cobra's F-Max SuperLite
models feature lighter-than-standard club heads, shafts and grips. The design also positions weight lower, farther back and toward the heel to raise launch angles and improve accuracy.
King F9 SpeedBack
In yet another innovative turn, Cobra created the first successful combo of aerodynamic shape and low CG with the
King F9 SpeedBack
driver. Its engineers also crafted Cobra’s thinnest, hottest face by upgrading the CNC milling from the F8 version. The same technology extends to the fairway woods, while King F9 hybrids boast a 10% larger club head for higher MOI and forgiveness.
Cobra broke new ground with the
driver, the first in golf to feature a CNC-milled, forged titanium face. (Cobra touts the consistency of curvature and thickness across the club face vs. the traditional hand-polishing method.) Meanwhile, King F8 fairway woods and hybrids got a revamped rail system for better turf interaction and stability through impact. King F8 irons feature a slimmer profile and lower CG for higher launch across the club face.
Cobra King F7
driver boasts a lightweight carbon fiber crown and three-weight adjustability. The F7 hybrid features updated “Baffler Rail Technology,” with two rails on the sole for superior launch from a variety of lies. For the F7 irons, Cobra introduced PWRSHELL construction to expand the sweet zone and boost distance.
Adjustability and forgiveness are the hallmarks of the
Cobra King F6 line.
You can tune the CG settings to favor a high or penetrating flight in the driver, fairway woods, and hybrids. King F6 irons feature hollow heads in the longer clubs, half-hollow in the mid-irons and cavity backs in the short irons.