Cobra Driver 2022 Review

Cobra have made massive strides over recent years with their Cobra Speedzone, Cobra Radspeed and Cobra LTD range. With former US Open Champion, Bryson DeChambeau always challenging for trophy’s (Including a World Long Driver Championship) and the ever-popular Ricky Fowler finding his way back to the upper echelons of the sport, together with many other high profile staff players climbing up the rankings and enjoying success, life is good for Cobra golf. 

The Cobra King LTD driver is legendary, with Bryson himself using it to great effect in many of his impressive performances. Bryson switched drivers in his victory in the 2021 Players Championship at Bay Hill, changing back from the Cobra Radspeed to the Cobra LTD, and what a decision that was! Scooping the coveted title and the $1.6 million winners’ cheque.

The driver was inspired by research in space with help from NASA, featuring breakthrough technology to help secure the “spaceport” door of the club, Cobra were able to make it the lowest centre of gravity driver on the market.

It is the only driver to reach below zero CG, combining the ingenious spaceport and imaginative new materials made this possible for Cobra. Performance looks and forgiveness all come together in one remarkable driver. 

Although the Cobra LTD driver is the driver of choice on the Tour it’s worth noting that both Bryson and World Long Drive Champion, Kyle Berkshire both use the Cobra Radspeed driver whilst competing in the long drive events. We are sure Bryson and Cobra will be eager to work together on a new Cobra range to try and build a driver that Bryson and all Cobra staff players can feel comfortable enough to put in their bag regardless of whether it be a Tour event or a long drive event.

Whatever they decide to call it, we are sure the range will possess that X-Factor that the Cobra Speedzone and Radspeed gave us. Excitement for the new Cobra 2022 range is certainly building up in golfing circles in anticipation. 

Will the Cobra LTD range see a comeback in 2022 or will Cobra have something else up their sleeve

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