Cobra ZL Encore Driver Review

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  • Pros

    The ball flew off the face and stayed in the air well.

  • Cons

    The lightweight feel meant our testers struggled to control it.

  • RRP £319.00

What we say...

Better Player Driver Test Nov 2012 - Key Comments

JR: I found this very hard to control and it just seemed too light – I couldn’t always tell where the head was in the swing.
DW: I loved the look of this at address, but it was hard to control. But the dispersion number was encouraging.
CS: This looked fantastic in the white finish, but it was a little too lightweight for me. That said, the dispersion statistic was impressive.
MR: A big fan of this – the flight was higher than the rest it seemed, and the ball flew off the face.

The ZL Encore Driver features E9 Face Technology with dual roll and a multi-material construction with a carbon fiber crown and sole for ultimate performance, maximum forgiveness and maximum distance.

Ian Poulter has been playing the white ZL Encore since late 2011 when the driver was first introduced.

Featuring a Carbon Fibre crown and sole for enhanced performance, the ZL Encore also features Adjustable Flight Technology for optimised fitting to the conditions.

Product Information

Left Handed availableYes
Custom-Fit availableYes
Grip TypeGolf Pride New Decade Multi Compound 360
Head Size460cc
Lofts8.5°, 9.5°, 10.5°, 11.5°
ShaftsFujikura Motore F1

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