COBRA LAUNCH LONGEST-EVER DRIVER
King Cobra have upped their ante in the never-ending race to bring the longest, straightest and most forgiving drivers to market.
King Cobra have upped their ante in the never-ending race to bring the longest, straightest-hitting and most forgiving drivers to the golfing market place.
The new King Cobra Speed LD and Speed Pro Drivers they have launched are the longest, straightest, and most forgiving metal woods ever offered by them, they say.
“LD stands for Limit Dimensions, which means we’ve pushed this club head to the very edge of USGA size regulations,” Jeff Harmet, the President of Cobra Golf announced on Tuesday.
“By maximizing the length and width, we have achieved a ‘Moment of Inertia’ (MOI) value of 5,000 which is as high as any all-titanium driver in the market today.
“What separates the Speed LD from other high MOI drivers, though, is the fact”,” he added, “that it has the largest face area in golf and it has an exclusive ‘Speed Tuning’ technology which is designed to generate faster ball speeds for all player types.”
The King Cobra Speed LD drivers feature the maximum USGA allowable club head length and width.
With a 5,000 inertia value, Speed LD drivers have among the highest MOI of any all-titanium driver.
In addition, it features the largest face in golf with a milled dual rhombus face insert for maximum accuracy and distance across the Hotter 9 Points.
Speed LD Drivers also include the exclusive Speed Tuning technology which optimizes ball speeds for all player types.
The Speed LD Drivers will begin shipping on March 1 with a suggested retail price of $375.
It will come in the following options:
(See under -Model, Loft, Length, Face Angle, Swing Weight, Shaft Type and Flex)
Speed LD F 9.0° – 10.5°, 45.00″, Slight Draw, D3, Aldila NV-F,R,S
Speed LD M Straight neck (SN) 10.5° – 12.0°, 45.00″, Slight Draw, D2, Aldila NVS-M,R,S
Speed LD M Offset (OS) 9.0° – 10.5°, 45.00″, Draw, D2, Aldila NVS-M,R,S
Speed LD M OS Seniors – 12.0°, 45.00″, Draw, D1, Mitsubishi Bassara – M Lite
Speed LD M OS Women’s – 13.5°, 44.00″ Draw, C6, Mitsubishi Bassara – M Women’s
King Cobra Speed LD Fairway Metals:
The Speed LD Fairway Metals feature an extended profile from front to back, and an increased crown slope.
This results in a deeper and lower center of gravity and higher MOI for high, draw-biased trajectory, and more distance and consistency from all turf conditions.
Speed LD Fairway Metals are also Speed Tuned according to ball speed and available in Speed LD F (3, 5, 7), Speed LD M Offset (3, 5, 7), Speed LD M Offset Seniors’ (3, 5, 7, 9) and Speed LD M Offset Women’s (3, 5, 7, 9).
Speed LD Fairway metals will have a suggested retail price of $225 for graphite and $200 for steel shafts.
KING COBRA SPEED PRO DRIVERS:
The King Cobra Speed Pro Driver is the first driver designed and developed with feedback from the Cobra PGA Tour players and are X/Speed Tuned for extreme ball speed players.
Featuring a traditional pear-shaped driver head, the Speed Pro Drivers are designed to create high launch, pro spin conditions and optimal distance. Speed Pro drivers are available in two models – the Speed Pro D and Speed Pro S.
The Speed Pro D features a deep face and enhanced MOI of 4,500 for high launch and low spin. The Speed Pro S features a shallow face and higher MOI of 4,900 for high launch and low-mid spin.
Speed Pro Drivers will begin shipping on March 1 with a suggested retail price of $480.
“The Cobra R&D team has been working with our PGA Tour staff to ensure that we have the best equipment to compete and win at the highest level of professional golf,” says long-driving PGA Tour pro JB Holmes, who put the driver into play for the first time at the Mercedes Championship and finished T4.
“The results of hours of testing and refining equipment on Tour will now be passed on to all golfers with the latest drivers from Cobra Golf.”
The speed pro will come in the following options
Note: it will be available in Two Models – Pro D (Deep Face) for high launch and low spin, and Pro S (Shallow Face) for high launch and low-mid spin.
(Model/loft Length Swing Weight Shaft Type and Flex)
X/Pro D – 8.5°, 45.00″, D4, Aldila VS Proto 65 S, X
X/Pro D – 9.5°, 45.00″, D4, Aldila VS Proto 65 S, X
X/Pro D – 10.5°, 45.00″, D4 Aldila, VS Proto 65 S
X/Pro S – 8.5°, 45.00″, D4, Fujikura Speeder PRO S, X
X/Pro S – 9.5°, 45.00″, D4, Fujikura Speeder PRO S, X
X/Pro S – 10.5°, 45.00″, D4, Fujikura Speeder PRO S
King Cobra Speed Pro Fairway Metals:
Speed Pro Fairway Metals R&D was also driven by Tour player feedback.
These metals provide a lower profile for tight fairways, neutral weighting, high launch and pro spin conditions. The result is optimal distance for extreme ball speed players. The thin, 275 laser-welded maraging steel face insert maximizes ball speed and the integrated swing weight screw offers correct swing weight adjustments at factory. Speed Pro Fairways are available in 13, 15 and 18 degree lofts with a variety of flex, grip and shaft options.
Speed Pro Fairways will have a suggested retail price of $250 for graphite and $225 for steel.
Speed LD and Speed Pro drivers and fairways are designed to optimize each golfer’s personal ball speed by tuning the head, shaft and grip to specific player profiles.
The King Cobra Speed LD is Speed Tuned in F and M models for fast and moderate ball speed players while the King Cobra Speed Pro is designed for extreme ball speed players.
For more information about the King Cobra Speed LD and Speed Pro Drivers and Fairway Metals, visit them online at www.cobragolf.com or contact Cobra Customer Service (800-555-9282) or Todd Colburn, Director of Cobra Marketing (760-930-2160
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