07 July 2009 Last Updated: 26 November 2013

By TG equipment writer

The tournament may not yet have started but Cobra can already boast a 1-2-3 at the Scottish Open with the top three players in the field using their clubs.

While the Cobra brand has long been known as one of the best game-improvement manufacturers around, recent performances on tours across the world has also shown that it is right up with the best when it comes to producing top player's clubs.

Lining up at the Scottish Open at Loch Lomond this week are Cobra ambassadors Geoff Ogilvy, Camilo Villegas and Ian Poulter who, at six, 11 and 16 in the world respectively, are the three highest ranked players in the field.

All three players will be using the Scottish Open as a warm up for their assault on The Open at Turnberry the following week where Poulter will be hoping to go one better than his second place last year and Ogilvy will be looking to add a second major to his US Open title in 2006.

Ogilvy will be looking to top the field with the S9-1 Pro D driver, S9-1 Pro 3 and 5 woods and King Cobra Pro MB (muscle back) irons.

Villegas will be using S9-1 Pro S driver and King Cobra Pro CB (cavity back) irons while in Poulter's bag is a composite set of irons with 4-7 in the Pro CB and 8-PW in the Pro MB. He also uses the S9-1 F driver.

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