Cobra King Speedzone Fairway Review

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  • RRP £229.00

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Cobra’s Speedzone Fairway Woods feature a CNC Milled face and new ‘split rail’ face flex structure to aid ball speed.

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There’s a trend in 2020 for drivers to come in two or three options – better player, standard and forgiving. Cobra is offering the same solution from its fairway woods, too.

Engineers focused on four key areas in order to deliver distance, forgiveness and accuracy:

Milled face: The only forged CNC milled face in a fairway wood allows for a thinner and hotter design that is up to five times more precise than traditional hand polishing.

Face flex: A new “split rail” structure divides the rail system into front and rear portions. The front ones have been hollowed out to create thinner walls that flex at impact.

Stability: Two Baffler Rails provide stability and speed through the turf, letting the club glide through different lies and retain its speed at impact.

Weight: A carbon-fibre crown saves 10g; that saved weight has been positioned to lower the centre of gravity for higher launch and forgiveness.

All three also get Cobra Connect, the Arccos tags that let users track the accuracy and distance of every shot.

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King Speedzone fairway

A more traditional model, designed with back weighting and a slightly shallower face for easy launch, higher trajectories and maximum forgiveness.

• RRP: £229
• Lofts: 3FW (13-16°), 5FW (17-20°), 7FW (21-24°).
• Shaft options: High launch/mid spin UST Helium 4; mid launch/mid spin MCA Tensei AV Blue 65. Plus 20+ premium shaft offerings available through custom at no-charge. 

King Speedzone Tour fairway

Features a compact shape, with forward CG weighting, designed for better players that desire low spin, a more piercing trajectory and workability.

• RRP: £229
• Lofts: 3FW (12.5-15.5°), 4FW (16°-19°).
• Shaft: Low launch/low spin Project X HZRDUS Yellow 70 (stiff and x-stiff).

King Speedzone Big Tour fairway

It has the largest profile of the three, with a stronger loft and more forward CG weighting to provide “the optimal combination of fast ball speed, high launch and low spin for extreme distance”

• RRP: £229
• Lofts: 3FW (12-15°).
• Shaft: Low launch/low spin Project X HZRDUS Yellow 70 (stiff and x-stiff)

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