Cobra King F7 Hybrid Review

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  • At a glance

  • TG Rating 5 out of 5
  • Owner Rating Not yet rated
  • RRP £159.00

What we say...

Cobra King F7’s hybrid has a refined shaping that blends both distance and forgiveness


Cobra King F7: The Tech

Refined shaping of the sole Baffler rails improves turf interaction say Cobra, giving consistency from any lie. A single fixed sole weight is positioned to deliver a towering ball flight with a perfect blend of distance and forgiveness. A lighter, thinner 455 steel face increases face flex for maximum ball speeds on off centre hits.   

Cobra King F7: Our verdict:

If you’re ever going to get the best out of your hybrids they’ve got to be versatile and offer the opportunity to escape from all sorts of situations. And that’s where the F7 scores stacks of brownie points.

It’s railed sole means only a tiny portion of the bottom of the club is in contact with the turf so we reckon like us other golfers will fancy their chances of hitting the cute little F7 not only from the tee, fairway and rough but also skidding it out of fairway bunkers too. Our data proves the Cobra King F7 hybrid performed for all three testers, delivering a ball speed 3mph quicker and 5 yards further than the test average.

Cobra King F7 Hybrid

Cobra King F7: Bottom line:

The Cobra King F7 is a gorgeous little hybrid and its versatility is only boosted by the ability to dial in three lofts (with draw settings) from the hosel adaptor.

The only niggle raised by 2 testers about the Cobra King F7 was how the funky face groove pattern distracted the eye at address. If you’re not as fussy as our testers you might not even notice.      

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Product Information

Lofts: 2-3 Hybrid 16° - 19°, 3-4 Hybrid 19° - 22°, 4-5 Hybrid 22° - 25°

Stock shaft: Fujikura Pro 75

Adjustable hosel: Yes

How much loft change: 3° (with three draw settings)

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