Cobra Aerojet Drivers Review (3 NEW Models for 2023)

The new Aerojet range features the Aerojet, LS and Max drivers

The Aerojet drivers are Cobra’s fastest yet.

Cobra Aerojet Drivers

Cobra Aerojet drivers are new for 2023 with three models in the range to deliver the most speed possible. How do they rate vs LTDx drivers?

Replacing the LTDx drivers as Cobra’s number one model, the new 2023 addition features the Aerojet, Aerojet LS and Aerojet Max for a complete range.

The drivers join new fairway woods, hybrids and irons and have been designed to more speed than any previous Cobra driver thanks a new aerodynamic system.

How much club head speed can you expect? How much added distance will you gain off the tee? In this article we take a look at what the Aerojet drivers have to offer.

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What Cobra say about the Aerojet drivers:

“Validated by the fastest players in the world The Aerojet Drivers features a raised skirt, symmetrical shaping, and streamlined edges to give you the most speed possible.

“Seamlessly aerodynamic, boldly designed. Cobra Aerojet enables new levels of speed that were not believed to be possible until now.

“Proven PWRSHELL L-cup technology maximizes launch and distance, while an A.I. designed H.O.T Face delivers more speed and efficient spin across the entire clubface.

Cobra Aerojet LS Driver

“Forward positioning of the fully suspended PWR-BRIDGE weight allows for maximum energy transfer to unleash faster ball speeds through unrestricted flexibility of the face and sole.

“The Aerojet is our most versatile driver designed for Tour as well as amateurs who seek a fast, low spin head with the added benefit of high launch and forgiveness.

“The Aerojet LS features a refined clubhead shape derived from feedback from the best players in the world that demand low spin and low launch for maximum workability and control.

“Our most forgiving Aerojet driver, the MAX model delivers draw-bias and unrivaled stability in a low spin design for ultimate distance.”

Cobra Aerojet LS Driver

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Cobra Aerojet Driver Specs & Design

The Aerojet is the standard model in the range with a key focus on the aerodynamics to create more speed throughout the air than predecessor the LTDx.

Cobra have worked hard on perfecting the shape of the club head with a raised skirt and streamlined edges reducing drag to generate the most speed of any driver.

The shaping, coupled with Cobra’s PWR-Bridge weighting being positions forward in this new driver, generous impressive ball speeds off the face of the Aerojet.

Cobra Aerojet Driver

The PWR-BRIDGE weight is fully suspended and transfers maximum energy through impact with the face and sole both flexing more than ever.

Cobra have included the AI-designed H.O.T (Highly Optimized Topology) face design for optimal performance from across the face

There in an optimal neutral medium launch angle thanks to the PWRSHELL L-cup technology and a 12g rear weight to deliver low spin levels.

The Aerojet driver is available in 9 degrees, 10.5 degrees and 12 degrees loft with an adjustable hosel giving up to 1.5 degrees up or down.

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Cobra Aerojet LS Driver Specs & Design

The LS model of the Aerojet driver range is the Low Spin option and the perfect option to cure a fade or slice.

The new Aerojet LS driver has all the same technology as the standard driver, including the new unique clubhead shaping for maximum speed.

Cobra Aerojet LS Driver

The PWR-BRIDGE weight provides face and sole flexibility, the H.O.T. face technology also helps deliver explosive ball speeds and the PWRSHELL L-cup technology provides an optimal launch.

In the LS driver, Cobra have incorporated two interchangeable sole weights in the toe and heel to provide a low launch and low ball flight.

There are 3g and 12g weights with the heavier of the two positioned in the heel to counteract the fade and slice.

The Aerojet LS driver is available in 9 degrees and 10.5 degrees and is adjustable up or down 1.5 degrees.

Cobra Aerojet Max Driver Specs & Design

The Aerojet Max driver is the draw-bias version of the series with weighting positioned towards the heel and back to create shot shaping.

Two sole weights of 12g and 3g allow you to adjust the amount of draw from the Max driver to suit your requirements.

Cobra Aerojet Max Driver

The Max also have the impressive aerodynamics and shaping to the crown and the strong PWR-BRIDGE weight provides face and sole flexibility,

The H.O.T face technology is also incorporated across the face to produce some of the most impressive ball speeds even on off-center ball strikes.

The Aerojet Max driver is available in 9 degrees, 10.5 degrees and 12 degrees loft with an adjustable hosel giving up to 1.5 degrees up or down.

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Verdict: Are the Cobra Aerojet drivers any good?

Cobra Aerojet Max Driver

Cobra came up their longest ever driver in the LTDx in 2022 and have now created their fastest ever with the launch of the Aerojet range.

The same three models have been included to cover the base needed for just about every golfer from a low spin model to a draw-bias version in the Max.

It is another interesting addition to the market for 2023 along with the likes of the TaylorMade Stealth 2, Ping G430 and Callaway Paradym, and the Aerojet looks set to stand up to any of its rivals.


What is the Cobra Aerojet drivers release date?

The new Aerojet drivers will be released for general sale in February 2022.

How much do the Cobra Aerojet driver cost?

The cost of the drivers has been revealed with all three models retailing at $429 / £429.

What are the Cobra Aerojet drivers specs?

The Aerojet driver and Aerojet Max driver is available in 9 degrees, 10.5 degrees and 12 degrees. The Aerojet LS driver is available in 9 degrees and 10.5 degrees. All three models are adjustable up or down 1.5 degrees.