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Cobra Drivers

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Cobra Drivers

  • FAQs

    Where are Cobra drivers made?

    Cobra drivers are designed in California, and the parts - club heads, shafts and grips - are produced in China. The parts are then sent back to Cobra Golf in California for assembly.

    Are Cobra drivers any good?

    Yes, Cobra drivers are good, especially if you’re looking to gain more distance off the tee.

    Which Cobra driver is the best?

    The best Cobra driver depends on your goals and skill set. If you’re looking for forgiveness, the Cobra LTDx Max driver is up your alley; if you’re looking for distance like Bryson DeChambeau, you can’t pass up the Cobra LTDx LS driver.

    Do any pros use Cobra drivers?

    Popular PGA Tour and LPGA Tour players to use Cobra drivers include Bryson DeChambeau, Rickie Fowler and Lexi Thompson to name a few.

    What is the difference between Cobra drivers?

    The difference between Cobra drivers in a line typically revolves around forgiveness and spin technologies. Cobra Golf typically releases a driver line where everyone can enjoy the latest technology no matter his or her handicap.

  • Overview

    Cobra drivers are most popular for their KING Cobra driver series. With the crown on the Cobra Golf logo, it’s no surprise that “king” was incorporated into their naming convention for years. While some of the newer Cobra drivers have moved away from using “king,” you’ll still see impressive KING Cobra driver releases.

    KING Cobra drivers typically introduce groundbreaking technology. The KING Cobra LTD drivers, released in 2015, had a zero CG (center of gravity) and even a portal where you could see inside the driver. In 2020, the KING name appeared again in the KING Cobra RADSPEED drivers, where the radial weighting design has never been seen before.

    Other technologies you’ll likely see in Cobra drivers include lightweight club heads, H.O.T. Face designs for high ball speeds and PWR-COR technology, which reduces spin while increasing ball speed and forgiveness.

    When determining which Cobra golf driver is right for you, check out GlobalGolf’s USelect™, a driver selector tool that instantaneously recommends drivers specific to your game and goals. In fact, you can use USelect™ for all Cobra golf clubs, not just drivers.

  • Pro Tips

    A fun fact about Cobra drivers is their color customization. Some of the Tour players who play Cobra golf clubs usually have bright styles, like Rickie Fowler, so it’s no surprise Cobra golf drivers reflect these personalities. Cobra Golf wants you to truly find the right driver for you.

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