COBRA’S LONGEST, STRAIGHTEST EVER
King Cobra’s all-new 2008 LD drivers and fairway metals have taken limit dimension technology to another dimension.
Cobra Golf have taken limit dimension technology to another dimension with the introduction of their all-new 2008 King Cobra Speed LD drivers and fairway metals.
Engineered to the USGA limit on club head length and width regulations, the new Speed LD driver is the longest, straightest and most forgiving all-titanium driver Cobra has ever offered.
“The new Speed LD drivers deliver a higher level of power and accuracy through an all-new club head design that features a lower center of gravity and a higher moment of inertia,” said Jeff Harmet, president, Cobra Golf and Titleist Clubs.
“Frequency tuning has also been incorporated into the new head design to promote a clear, crisp sound that is pleasing to all golfers.”
“We designed the frequency tuning ribs to an exact geometry, orientation and curvature to optimize the sound of the 2008 Speed LD drivers,” explained Scott Rice, director of research and development at Cobra Golf.
“Along with optimizing sound, we moved the CG lower and deeper and increased the MOI to over 5,000 by maximizing clubhead length and width dimensions.
“We also utilized design features like the Fastback Crown and Dual Rhombus face insert to maximize ball speed across the face for longer, straighter drives.”
With an inertia value exceeding 5,000, the new Speed LD drivers have the highest MOI ever achieved in an all-titanium Cobra driver.
They also feature a large face with a Milled Dual Rhombus Face Insert for maximum forgiveness and ball speed across the face.
Speed LD drivers include the exclusive speed tuning technology, which optimizes ball speeds for all player types.
Available in F/Speed and M/Speed, Straight Neck, Offset, Seniors’ and
Women’s models, the new Speed LD drivers will start to be shipped to US stores on March 7 with a suggested retail price of $375.
Inspired by the new Speed LD Drivers, the 2008 Speed LD Fairway Metals feature a deeper CG for longer, more accurate shots. The shallow face and re-engineered head shape promote high trajectory and increased forgiveness, with a lower CG and higher MOI.
For more information about the King Cobra Speed LD Drivers or Fairway Metals, you can visit Cobra online at www.cobragolf.com, or contact Cobra Customer Service (800-555-9282) or Todd Colburn, Director of Cobra Global Marketing (760.930.2160).
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