Cobra Aerojet Hybrids Review (NEW Rescues for 2023)
The Aerojet hybrids offer distance and forgiveness in equal measure
Cobra Aerojet hybrids are new for 2023 with more forgiveness, fast ball speeds and greater distance in the latest range of rescues.
Part of a complete offering from Cobra with Aerojet driver, fairway woods and irons, the new hybrids replace the LTDx model as the leading range.
Cobra believe they have come up with the perfect mixture of distance and forgiveness in the Aerojets, which offer a high launch, more carry and explosive ball speeds of the new face design.
In this article, we take a look at the design of the Aerojet rescues, how they perform and what you can expect if adding these to the bag this season.
What Cobra says about the Aerojet rescues:
“The Aerojet hybrid blends distance and high launch to provide more forgiveness on longer approach shots and adaptability across different lies.
“Blend distance and high launch to provide more forgiveness on longer approach shots and adaptability across different lies.
“Deep body design paired with a high bounce leading edge provides more stability through impact and the ability to glide through any turf conditions effortlessly.
“PWR-BRIDGE suspended weight design allows unrestricted flexibility of the face and sole to unleash faster ball speeds.
“PWRSHELL insert maximizes speed while the H.O.T Face design uses artificial intelligence to deliver more efficient spin for added forgiveness and control across the clubface.”
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Cobra Aerojet Hybrids Specs & Designs
Cobra have targeted making the new hybrids more forgiving than the LTDx that was the previous release, without sacrificing any distance.
Design with an attractive and sleek clubhead, the Aerojets no only look good but also have plenty of new technologies included in the latest design.
Under the bonnet, the PWRSHELL technology sits behind the face to deliver ball speed thanks to a suspended weight design that offers maximum flexibility of the face and sole.
There is also Cobra’s new AI-designed H.O.T. face design that has helped create a variable thickness pattern to bring down spin levels and boost the amount of forgiveness.
The Aerojet hybrids are available in 2-hybrid (17 degrees), 3-hybrid (19 degrees), 4-hybrid (21 degrees), 5-hybrid (24 degrees) and 6-hybrid (28 degrees).
The rescues are also available in Cobra’s One Length shafts with dedicated Cobra Aerojet Ladies hybrids also available.
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Verdict: Are Cobra Aerojet Hybrids any good?
While predecessor the LTDx hybrids were all about extracting maximum distance, the Aerojets have been designed with more forgiveness in mind.
Still very long with a new face structure and internal design unleashing more speed, you can expect greater forgiveness from this model – particularly on off-centre strikes.
The Aerojet hybrids are a much more complete club and cater for all types of golfer from those seeking long 2-hybrids to those who struggle with irons and would benefit from 5-hybrids or 6-hybrids.
What is the Cobra Aerojet hybrids release date?
The Aerojets were launched in January 2023 and are now available to purchase.
How much do Cobra Aerojet rescues cost?
The fairways are available for purchase at £219 / $260 per hybrid.
What are the Cobra Aerojet fairways specs?
The Aerojet hybrids are available in 2-hybrid (17 degrees), 3-hybrid (19 degrees), 4-hybrid (21 degrees), 5-hybrid (24 degrees) and 6-hybrid (28 degrees). The rescues are also available in Cobra’s One Length shafts.
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