Cobra F-Max Airspeed Woods Review

Lightest-ever woods from Cobra with the launch of the F-Max Airspeeds

Cobra F Max Airspeed Woods

The Cobra F-Max Airspeed Woods were released early in 2020 as the lightest-ever fairways the leading manufacturer has ever produced.

Part of the Airspeed series along with new drivers, hybrids and irons, the F-Max woods are an upgraded version of the F-Max range first released in 2017.

Cobra have made the F-Max woods lighter than the previous design to help produce great speed through the air and maximise distance whether used from the tee or fairways.

What Cobra say:

“A lighter club helps you swing faster, with less effort, for more consistency from the tee or the fairway.

Carbon fiber saves 10 grams that we repositioned low and back to maintain a high MOI. PWR Ridges provide a visual alignment to help you set up square to your target every time.

“A fairway weighted in your favour. If you have trouble turning the club over, having weight concentrated low and towards the heel will reduce your slice and help you hit straighter drives.”

Cobra F-Max Airspeed Woods Design

The F-Max fairway woods have been produced with a carbon crown and a light shaft to help with the weight savings, and just like the driver also features PWR Ridge design to improve aerodynamics.

The design of the club head itself includes a much more shallow face than the previous 2017 version. As a result, the fairway woods generate a higher launch angle.

Cobra F Max Airspeed Woods

The woods have been produced with a draw bias courtesy of the back and heel weighting to the fairways, ensuring that maximum distance is generated.

The woods are available in 16, 20 and 23 degree lofts to provide the perfect gapping for all golfers.

Cobra F-Max Airspeed Woods Verdict

The F-Max woods are an attractive set of fairways if you are in the market to add new clubs to the top end of your bag.

There is impressive distance from the woods, from both tee and the fairway, and that has been achieved by the lighter crown and other weight saving technologies including the PWR Ridge design.

The shallower face doesn’t detract from an impressive launch angle and ball flight and the performance and price point make the F-Max woods worthy of serious consideration.

READ: Cobra F-Max Airspeed Driver Review
READ: Cobra F-Max Airspeed Hybrids Review
READ: Cobra F-Max Airspeed Irons Review

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