The Best Cobra Golf Clubs, 2019

Picking the right golf equipment can be incredibly difficult, especially when you are new to the golfing world. With so many different types of golf clubs on offer by various golf brands, knowing what the best Cobra golf clubs are, and which ones are right for you is not simple.

Cobra Golf, based in Carlsbad, California, is an American manufacturer of golf equipment, and part owned by the sportswear brand, Puma. Cobra is one of many golf brands on the market today and is one of the most renowned golf brands in the sport, particularly as many professional golf players are ambassadors for the brand, such as the well-known American golfer, Rickie Fowler.

Cobra Golf, in particular, has an extensive range of clubs designed for golfers of all skills, each Cobra golf club uses advanced technology to create some of the very best, lightweight and forgiving clubs, to help you play your best game on the green. Not forgetting an impressive line-up for female golfers too! But how do you know what the best Cobra golf clubs are on offer, and which golf clubs are right for you?

Which Cobra clubs suit your game?

Here at Golfsupport, we have rounded up some of the top Cobra golf clubs on the market, such as Cobra drivers and irons, for male and female golfers. Take a look to find the right one for you:

Cobra Driver Reviews for 2018:

– King F8 Driver

Price: From £249.00

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The Cobra King F8 driver is Cobra’s most technologically advanced driver, featuring golf’s first ever CNC milled Titanium driver face with E9 Technology, paired with 360 Aero Technology, creating the smartest, fastest and most precise driver on the market. The F8 collection’s King Cobra golf club is Cobra’s thinnest club face, that delivers speed and forgiveness with precision face milling, aero and adjustable weight technology.

In addition, all F8 golf clubs in the F8 range come with Cobra Connect in the grip, allowing you to track their golf performance from an app on your phone.

Cobra Connect is “truly ground-breaking”, says Tom Olsavsky, Head of R&D for Cobra golf, “it provides not only innovative technologies to achieve better performance across the board, but also the wherewithal to actually quantify just how much better.”

Suits: Mid to slow swing speeds. The CNC Milled Face design helps to make the King F8 more user-friendly. Whereas, the Cobra King F8+ model caters for all abilities and swing types – particularly players with a faster swing speed.

– F-MAX Superlite Offset Driver

Price: From £249.00

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The Cobra F-Max Superlite Offset driver is the lightest and most forgiving driver of them all, weighing just 287g. This ensures the driver delivers unrivalled distance and accuracy for golfers with moderate swing speeds, due to fast club and ball speed. But, the internal weight pad on the back and heel of the club helps to deliver maximum stability and accuracy on off-centre hits.

In addition, the club’s thin Titanium face insert is made with E9 technology, which creates a variable thickness face design that helps to improve ball speed and distance.

Suits: Golfers with low to moderate swing speeds, to generate effortless club speed for more consistent strikes.

Cobra Fairway Reviews for 2018

– Cobra King F8 Fairway

Price: From £169.00

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The Cobra King F8 fairway wood features faster and more forgiving Baffler Rails, providing more versatile play, and forgiveness from any angle on the course. In addition, the 360 aero trips also help to reduce drag and increase head speed, to enable you to reach more distance.

The Cobra King F8+ model is much the same but is more compact and has a lower-spin than the standard fairway. Professional golfer and Cobra ambassador, Rickie Fowler, uses this particular model on the course – occasionally carrying a 3 and 5 wood.

Suits: A wide range of skill levels, although the F8+ model will appeal more to those with higher swing speeds.

– Cobra F-MAX Superlite Fairway

Price: From £179.00

The Cobra F-Max Superlite fairway is the lightest and most forgiving of fairway clubs, as it is manufactured using a lighter club head, shaft and grip designs. As a result, the fairway has a fast club and ball speed for moderate swing speeds, allowing the club to have unrivalled distance and accuracy. The idea is to launch the golf ball higher, straighter and longer than any other.

Suits: Golfers with moderate swing speeds, to create effortless club speed for more consistent shots.

Cobra Hybrid Reviews for 2018

– Cobra King F8 Hybrid 

Price: From £149.00

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The Cobra King F8 hybrid features faster and more forgiving Baffler Dual Rails that gives you the confidence to conquer all lies with effortless speed and stability. Not to mention King Cobra golf club’s crown aero trips, which improve the aerodynamic performance for faster club head speeds and increased distance on the course.

Suits: A wide range handicaps with moderate to high swing speeds, seeking easy launch and higher peak trajectories for more stopping power into greens.

Have you ever considered ONE length club options?



– Cobra King F8 ONE Length Hybrid 

Price: From £149.00

The Cobra King F8 ONE length hybrid – the first ONE length hybrid – is engineered with 7-iron length, club head weight, and lie angle to be even easier to hit and more consistent than other models. The club also features faster and more forgiving Baffler Rails that deliver maximum playability from all club angles.

Its low centre of gravity design produces higher launching trajectories and faster ball speeds, making it the perfect club to accompany the King F8 ONE Length irons.

Suits: A wide range handicaps with moderate to higher swing speeds.

– Cobra F-MAX Superlite Hybrid

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Price: From £159.00

The Cobra F-Max Superlite hybrid is engineered using lighter club head, shaft and grip designs to deliver the lightest overall hybrid club weight, 19g lighter than the typical construction – perfect if you are looking for a lightweight club.

The internal weight pad on the back and heel of the hybrid club, and an offset hosel design helps to deliver a square face at impact, to boost the ball into the distance, whilst correcting rightward shot tendencies too.

Suits: Golfers with moderate swing speeds to generate effortless club speed for more consistent shots.

Cobra Iron Reviews for 2018

– Cobra King F8 Steel Irons

Price: From £649.00

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The Cobra King F8 irons are the first ever electronic set of irons that will help to improve your game on the course, thanks to the Cobra Connect. The technology,powered by Arccos, allows golfers to access an in-depth analysis of their game using the COBRA CONNECT™/Arccos 360™ app on their phone, which tracks distance, accuracy and improvements round to round.

The club features PWRSHELL Technology to create a new club face that is 20% thinner and 14% lighter, using Cobra’s E9 technology, which helps to generate driver-like speed and distance.

This club is also available in ONE length too.

Suits: A wide range of abilities and those with moderate to high swing speeds.

– Cobra King Forged Tec Black Irons

Price: From £689.00

The Cobra King Forged Tec black irons deliver the precision of a tour iron and the playability.

The club’s new multi-material TEC (Technology Enhanced Cavity) features 100% carbon fibre medallion that damps vibrations for a softer, more solid feel. The construction also includes a forged steel face, Carbon Feel Technology, and tungsten weighting that work together to deliver the ultimate blend of distance, forgiveness and precision.

This club is also available in ONE length too.

Suits: Mid handicappers and below with moderate to high swing speeds.

– Cobra King Forged Tour Irons

Price: From £649.00

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The Cobra King Forged Tour irons are the perfect iron for a keen golfer, as it offers a tour-proven performance, soft feel and shot-making precision that lower handicapped players demand. Strategically placed tungsten inserts in the heel and toe position the centre of gravity directly behind the impact zone for consistent distance and trajectory control.

Not to mention that Thermoplastic Polyurethane insert, located behind the hitting zone, which dampens vibrations for an improved feel upon strike. In addition, CNC milling on the face improves groove and face structures, for maximum spin and trajectory.

Suits: Better players who demand superior feel and trajectory control.

There are also Cobra King Oversize irons, priced from £599.00, for game improvers who require an element of forgiveness.


Which do you think are the best Cobra clubs to suit your game?

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