LOOK OUT FOR NEW COBRA BAFFLER
King Cobra is set to launch a new, upgraded version of it’s first-ever utility club, the King Cobra Baffler DWS in February.
King Cobra is set to launch a new, upgraded version of it’s first-ever utility club, the King Cobra Baffler DWS (Dual Weight System) in February.
The club, they promise, will be even more forgiving and playable than its predecessor because its centre of gravity has been moved lower and deeper to deliver a higher trajectory.
The company have also enhanced the club’s resistance to twisting at impact (MOI).
The Baffler DWS’s dual heel-toe weights are 18 per-cent larger than on the previous model and the new Contour sole makes the club more versatile from a wide range of lies and in different playing conditions.
Cobra is also re-launching the Baffler Pro after extensive collaboration between Cobra’s Tour staff and their R&D team.
Its more compact profile and shallower face have been created to jack-up the shot-making of the better players and combined with a new Tour set-up, promotes a better trajectory and help for greater-workability.
Custom orders offer a shaft swing-weight adjustment screw and options for a longer hosel allowing the lie angle to be adjusted.
The new King Cobra Baffler Pro, with 16,18,20 and 23 degree loft options, will be available in a graphite shaft with a suggested retail price of £132.
The King Cobra Baffler DWS, also with a graphite shaft, is available in mens, seniors and womens flexes, has lofts from 16 up to 29 degrees for men, from 23 to 32 for seniors and from 23 to 35 degrees for women at a suggested retail price of £124.
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