Cobra F-Max Airspeed Driver, Woods and Irons Review

Lightest ever range from Cobra as the F-Max Airspeeds are released

Cobra F-Max Airspeed

Cobra will launch the new Cobra F-Max Airspeed driver, woods, hybrids and irons early in 2020.

The latest version of the F-Max range is being billed as the lightest and most forgiving the manufacturer has ever produced.

Cobra Golf introduced the F-Max design for the first time in 2017 and the new Airspeed version is the latest generation of the popular family of clubs with the irons taking centre stage in the attractive set.

Cobra F-Max Airspeed Driver

The F-Max Airspeed driver features new weight saving technologies to maximise swing and ball speed.

Cobra have opted for a carbon fibre crown to replace the titanium version in previous versions to form the major part of the weight saving.

Cobra F Max Airspeed Driver

The weighting has been reduced and moved low and towards the back of the clubhead to improve forgiveness and the stability of the driver, which in total helps achieve a club that is 13 grams lighter than the previous F-Max drivers.

The attractive blue and black coloured driver, which is available in 10.5 degree and 11.5 degree options, also has a PWR Ridge design on the crown to improve the aerodynamics and also help with alignment.

READ: F-Max Airspeed Driver Review

Cobra F-Max Airspeed Fairway Woods

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 Ridges 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 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 Ridges 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.

READ: F-Max Airspeed Woods Review

Cobra F-Max Airspeed Hybrids

Like the driver and woods, Cobra have made weight savings with the the F-Max hybrids to help improve performance.

The design process has seen the weighting positioned low, back and towards the heel to help produce straighter ball flights than ever before.

Cobra F-Max Airspeed Hybrids

A higher launch, meanwhile, comes thanks to an offset hosel design to help square the face quicker at the point of impact.

Available lofts include 3H (19 degree), 4H (22 degree), 5H (25 degree), 6H (28 degree) and 7H (31 degree).

READ: F-Max Airspeed Hybrids Review

Cobra F-Max Airspeed Irons

Cobra’s design team have managed to achieve their lightest ever iron by making 5 grams of weight savings compared to previous models in the F-Max range.

Best suited to golfers with a moderate swing speed, the weight saving includes a lightweight grip that helps generate better control and feel than ever before in a Cobra iron.

Cobra F Max Airspeed Irons

Work has also been undertaken to offer more forgiveness than ever before thanks to an undercut cavity, weight low and heel-biased in the improved club head.

Interestingly, there are shorter hosels in the longer irons to help provide higher launch angles.

Cobra claim that the resulting performance of the irons, which are available in both steel and graphite, sees optimal ball flights produced, increased carry and overall distance and straight ball striking for an improved performance all round.

READ: F-Max Airspeed Irons Review

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