Cobra King Speedzone Xtreme Driver Review

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  • RRP £349.00

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Cobra’s King Speedzone Xtreme driver is built for forigveness and features their highest measured MOI to date

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Cobra’s Speedzone Xtreme golf driver is perfect for golfers who are looking for a consistent, straight trajectory with maximum forgiveness on off-center hits. Cobra’s best drivers tend to be highly forgiving but none come close to the Speezone Xtreme.

As Cobra’s more forgiving option of the new Speedzone drivers, Xtreme features a slightly larger shape profile with more perimeter weighting and a 17-gram tungsten weight that sits behind the rear exhaust pipe design to achieve the company’s highest measured MOI to date.

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Cobra says: “Like a race car, every component, from the internal chassis design to the exterior shaping, was engineered to maximise power output.”

It does so in six key performance parameters…

1. Power Zone

The only CNC milled driver face has been expanded by 95% so Cobra can better control face and leading-edge thickness. Face and perimeter curvature can be up to five times more precise than traditional face polishing. In addition. Every face is inspected, too.

2. Strength Zone

A new titanium “T-Bar Speed chassis” removed unnecessary titanium to create more discretionary weight while maintaining a strong structure designed to withstand high speed collisions. The discretionary weight is utilized to create low CG and high inertia resulting in fast, forgiving performance.

3. Light Zone

A 360 carbon wrap crown design makes up 50% of the driver’s body, providing ample stiffness and support to the chassis while saving 25g that has been repositioned low and back and around the perimeter where it is needed most.

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4. Low CG zone

Cobra says a low centre of gravity is essential for driver performance, delivering the ideal blend of ball speed, higher launch and low spin. Compared to the Speedback, 29g more mass (69g v 40g) has been moved low in the driver for optimal launch conditions.

5. Aero Zone

A new shape optimises the airflow over the head to cut drag and increase clubhead speed.


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6. Stability Zone

High-speed stability is crucial whether you’re building a racing car or a driver. So the saved weight had been positioned away from the centre of the head to maximise stability on off-centre hits.

Cobra Connect as standard

The full Speedzone range will feature Cobra Connect, the smart tags in the grip powered by Arccos that help players of all skill levels make smarter, data-driven decisions based on their round-by-round stats. Golfers who use Arcoss Caddie typically improve their handicap by, on average, 3.6 shots on in the first year. 

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Product Information

  • RRP: £349
  • Lofts: 10.5° and 9° (MyFly8 offers adjustability from 7.5-12°). Both lofts are available with a shorter shaft (44.50in) and a 6g and 18g weight in the front and back to dial in swing weigh, inspired by Rickie Fowler’s 43.50in driver. A womens’ Extreme version comes in 12.5°.
  • Shaft options: High-launch/mid-spin UST Helium; mid-launch/mid spin Tensei CK AV Blue 65; Mid-launch/low spin Project X HZRDUS Smoke Yellow 60; Low launch/low spin Aldila Rogue Silver 60. Plus there’s 20+ no-charge premium shaft upgrades are available through custom.
  • Colours: Gloss Black/Yellow or Matte Black/White head colors (SPEEDZONE XTREME Women’s is available in Gloss Black/Rose Gold).

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