COBRA Golf Unveils COBRA MAX

max_driver_hero_8bitGOLF JUST GOT A LITTLE EASIER THANKS TO COBRA GOLF’S NEW COBRA MAX FAMILY

Designed to Make Golf Easy, the COBRA MAX Family Provides Golfers with Increased Forgiveness, Launch Angles and Distance

Carlsbad, Calif. (Dec. 1, 2015) – COBRA Golf, a leader in golf club innovation and game enjoyment, today introduces the COBRA MAX family of equipment. The all-new collection, which hits retail Dec. 4, provides golfers with additional support and forgiveness to achieve optimal launch angles, distance and a draw-bias for higher handicaps.

“At COBRA Golf, we want everyone to love the game and have fun on the course no matter their skill level, so we designed the COBRA MAX collection to give higher handicap golfers increased accuracy and distance over every shot – to help them enjoy the game even more,” notes Jose Miraflor, Director of Product Marketing at COBRA Golf.

max_driver_address_8bitTo achieve maximum launch, forgiveness and draw off the tee, the COBRA MAX Driver (MAP $279) is engineered with a shallow face, offset hosel design and draw bias club head weighting.  The driver also features an increased length-to-width ratio, reaching the largest possible size approved by the USGA, allowing golfers to have an increased sweet spot and more forgiveness on off-center hits. The Speed Channel around the perimeter of the driver face minimizes thickness and increases ball speeds across the face for incredible distance. The driver, which comes in 9.5 O, 10.5 O and 11.5O lofts, features a Graphite: Matrix White Tie 55X4 shaft and a Lamkin R.E.L grip. Available Dec. 4, 2015.

Max_hybrid_face_8bit_newThe COBRA MAX equipment line brings the driver technologies throughout the metalwood line with Fairway (MAP $199) (3F, 5F, 7F) and Hybrid (MAP $179) (3H, 4H, 5H, 6H, 7H) clubs. This Glass Black/Strong Blue/Silver product, which features Maxtrix White Tie shafts and Lamkin REL grips, is also available in women’s with a ladies shaft, COBRA Winn Wrap grips and an eye-catching Raspberry Pearl/White/Raspberry colorway. Available, Dec. 4, 2015.

Max_hybrid_hero_womens_8bitSimilar to COBRA’s player iron products, the COBRA MAX iron set features a progressive design to improve the performance of each type of club to help the golfer consistently hit more greens. Engineered with COBRA’s TECFLO system (Technology Enhanced Cavity Feel Launch Optimization), the combination of multiple technologies and advanced constructions create a progressive iron set designed to optimize the performance of every iron.

MAX_7i_hero2_8bitThe COBRA MAX eight piece progressive iron set features: half hollow irons (4i-8i) along with a deep undercut cavity-back design (9i & PW); while the GW features a specialty muscle back shape and tour contoured sole. The eight piece progressive combo set features: 4-6 hybrids; 7i and 8i half hollow irons; 9i & PW cavity-back irons and GW wide sole specialty wedge. MAX irons feature weaker lofts from 8i-4i and progressive offset to help the golfer achieve higher launch, optimal spin and more draw bias.

The COBRA MAX, available this week, Dec 4, in an eight-piece iron set ($599), 5i+3h combo set in steel ($649) and all graphite ($699), and women’s combo set ($699). The men’s irons come equipped with a Matrix White Tie X4 shaft – Graphite and for Steel, a FST Steel shaft.

For more information on COBRA Golf’s entire family of products, visit cobragolf.com

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Matt Meeker

Matt lives in sunny Orlando with his wife who allows his golf obsession to stretch the limits of normalcy. He's also a proud coach with The First Tee of Central Florida who loves teaching kids about golf and life skills.

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3 Comments

  1. Dave Burford

    Bought this club and just hit 5 balls from my backyard. Sounds like a cannon going off, dead straight, high and long. Longtime Cobra fan, owning the Cobra King LTD, every Cobra FlyZ model, Cobra Amps, etc. and this is by far the best for me. Honestly think I just bought my last driver for quite a while.

  2. Just bought the Max Cobra driver. Seemed good at the golf shop I bought it from but have not tried on course.
    One concern is (and I already bought) that seems Cobra has everything on sale. Starting to wonder why, is it they just don’t sell?

    • That’s typically pretty common across all brands and the equipment cycles. Been an interesting “topic” in the golf industry in recent years.

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