Like with all new equipment launches, the new Cobra LTDx Drivers are bound to receive the most attention. However for lots of amateur golfers, finding a fairway wood and hybrid setup that really works for them can help to save plenty of shots out on the course.
Studies show that amateur golfers tend to particularly struggle on longer approach shots into green, so if you can find a way to hit a few more greens or at least find some more consistency from 175 yards+ you could see your scores tumble.
Cobra LTDx Fairways (£249)
Complementing the LTDx drivers are a full lineup of LTDx fairway woods. These fairways incorporate the same technologies as in the drivers, namely the Pwr-Cor and H.O.T Face technology.
This couples with a carbon fibre crown, and results in Cobra being able to to move the CG low and forward in the head to provide faster ball speed, while increasing MOI for greater stability and forgiveness.
The LTDx come in three progressive shapes and rail designs to offer optimised performance based on the golfer's swing characteristics.
This low spin model comes in two slightly different iterations - a Big Tour shape in the 3W with no rails, and a Tour Shape in 5W with hollow split rails.
Pwr-Cor uses tungsten and aluminium to position as much weight low and forward to increase ball speed, while the H.O.T Face technology uses 15 zones with optimised thicknesses, to maximise speed across the face.
An adjustable weighting system features a 12g and 3g weight, that can be positioned in either the heel or toe to provide the desired ball flight and spin.
There are three LTDx heads available - a traditional shape 3W with no rails, and a 5W and 7W with hollow split rails that aid turf interaction for those with steeper swings.
A 12g fixed weight is situated in the back of the head for maximum forgiveness and a higher launch, while the Pwr-Cor is low and forward to create a perfect balance of low spin and fast ball speed with forgiveness.
This is Cobra's most forgiving fairway that combines the fast, forgiving performance of the LTDx with additional draw bias for those who struggle with a slice.
An adjustable weight system features 12g and 3g weights which can be placed in either the back or the heel, to fine-tune the amount of draw bias required.
Pwr-Cor and H.O.T Face technology deliver the fastest ball seed possible thanks to low and forward weighting and a variable thickness face design.
Cobra LTDx Hybrids (£199)
The LTDx are Cobra's first hybrids to feature the Pwrshell Technology, using an L-cup face design that is forged from a thin and strong stainless steel, producing 17% more flex for faster ball speed and higher launch across the face.
The hybrids are available in either standard or One Length configurations, and feature the Pwr-Cor and H.O.T Face technologies which focus on delivering ball speed.
Both hybrids come with Cobra's signature Hollow Split Rails that allow the club to glide effortlessly out of the fairway, tight lies, thick rough and even bunkers.
The standard model is available in 17, 19, 21, 24 and 28 degrees, while the One Length model is available in 19, 21 and 24 degrees.
All products are available at retail from 11th February.
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