Cobra Drivers Beatrice NE

Want information on drivers by Cobra? In here you'll find details on the performance of their clubs and information on everything from how they look to what new game-enhancing technology they incorporated into the design.

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We Tried It - Cobra Gear

We Tried It

New Cobra Gear


ZL DRIVER
The ZL (Zero Limits) Driver from Cobra is considered the most technologically advanced big stick from the company. How does it stack up?

First Impressions: Cobra knows how to make good-looking drivers, and the ZL doesn’t disappoint. The carbon crown and sole combine with the titanium face and body in a traditionally shaped design. That said, it looked huge behind the ball and made us feel as though we could swing really hard and still make solid contact. The model we tried had a VooDoo shaft that was about an inch longer (46 inches) than other drivers we’ve tried.

Performance: We weren’t thrilled with the 46-inch shaft at first. In fact, it took a little getting used to, but once we did, the ZL worked great. Shots hit off the heel and toe still managed to fly relatively straight and far. The adjustable hosel enabled us to customize the head to accentuate either a fade or draw—we like that, even if we intended to make adjustments as minimally as possible. Speaking of draw, the fixed weight in the sole is designed to help encourage a draw flight without the need for a closed clubface angle. We liked that too, although we wonder why Cobra didn’t make that adjustable. When we did find the sweet spot, our drives flew high and far. Simple as that.

Bottom Line: The ZL Driver is a great choice for distance gluttons who also want the forgiveness that comes from a mixed-metal driver and customization from an adjustable hosel.

S2 DRIVER
The all-titanium S2 Driver is a distance lover’s dream. But is there more to it?

First Impressions: The PVD (Physical Vapor Deposition) finish (a fancy way for saying shiny black) looks awesome. Like the ZL, the S2 has a traditional shape, but this time in an all-titanium build with an adjustable hosel.

Performance: The 9-Point Face Technology works to promote a greater transfer of energy across a greater surface area of the clubface, i.e., shots hit off the sweet spot still travel high and far. In our testing, we could not help but agree, as most, if not all, of our drives had big distance. Some shots spun more than others, but we attribute that to the loft (we hit a 10.5), not necessarily the head design. At impact, the S2 had a hard feeling, especially when compared to rich acoustics of the multimaterial ZL driver (a moot point, especially considering the power this driver has). The S2 has a 46-inch Fujikura Fit-On Max graphite shaft, which like the ZL, felt a tad too long for our taste, but worth a try if you really want to max out your swing speed.

Bottom Line: Power, power, power. The ballflight was a bit higher than we’re used to, but the clubhead yielded some humongous drives. The feel may have been compromised, but who cares when you’re sitting pretty a mile down the fairway?

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