The Cobra King LTD driver takes inspiration from a trip to space.
Based on a trip to the International Space Station, the Cobra King LTD driver features a Space Port window on the sole that allows Cobra to position the CG lower, while also making its internal technology visible for the first time. A new TeXtreme carbon composite crown is 20 per cent lighter than standard carbon fibre to move the CG lower and raise MOI.
An ultra-low CG position improves the efficiency of the club at impact for faster ball speeds, higher launch angles and lower spin, which all contribute to more distance. The body is constructed of lightweight 811 titanium, with a back weight port and 12g tungsten weight. A new TeXtreme carbon composite crown is 20 per cent lighter than standard carbon fibre to move the CG lower and raise MOI.
The King LTD driver comes in lofts 9-12° adjustable including three draw settings.
Subtle in appearance by Cobra’s standards, the King LTD driver features a traditional head shape that nearly all golfers will enjoy. It feels light the moment you pick it up and it just looks superb behind the ball. While the light feel didn’t lead to an increase in club speed, the feel from the middle was stable and hot, leading to some impressive carry distances.
Spin numbers were slightly below average at around the 2300rpm mark, helping to maximise roll out. While well-struck drives seemed effortless to achieve time after time, the occasional mishit led to only a limited reduction in feel, accuracy and distance. It launched higher than expected, meaning a reduction in loft down to 8.5° produced the best results. All in all, the King LTD driver will help a wide spectrum of golfers who struggle to maximise distance off the tee.