The Cobra King Radspeed Woods will debut in 2021 with three models to choose from. GolfReviewsGuide check out the three options in the fairways.
The woods are available in the Radspeed model, the Big Tour & Tour model, and the draw model. All three feature a thinner carbon crown the before, baffler rails and a CNC Milled Face.
Cobra Radspeed woods, like the drivers, feature a radial weighting system that uses the Radius of Gyration engineering formula. The distance between the front and back weights has been increased to great the perfect balance.
The woods accompany Radspeed drivers, hybrids, irons and a women’s range – all of which are designed in attractive gloss black and yellow colour options.
Cobra Radspeed Woods
The standard model of the range is the Radspeed woods, which boasts the traditional clubhead shape.
The Radspeed, like the other models, features the revolutionary radial weighting system with maximum distance between weights. In this version, it is 16g in the front and 7g in the back.
The weights help promote a high launch, low spin levels and plenty of forgiveness.
The Radspeed features a CNC Milled Infinity Face to help add distance whether from tee, fairway or rough. Cobra’s Baffler Hollow Split Rails are also present to increased speed through the turf.
The Radspeed model is available to buy in 3-wood (14.5 degrees), 5-wood (18.5 degrees) and 7-wood (22.5 degrees) options.
Cobra Radspeed Big Tour & Tour Woods
The Radspeed Big Tour (3-wood) and Tour (5-wood) are part of the same range in the Cobra woods.
Both feature the CNC Milled Infinity Face for added distance and baffler rails for consistent ball striking, but as the name suggests have different profiles.
The Big Tour 3-wood has an oversized profile compared to the others in the range, and is the reason behind the name.
The weighting in the 3-wood featured more more weight at the back with 16g accompanied by a 7g front weight. It has a much stronger loft setting at 13.5 degrees, and is the lowest spinning of any of the woods.
The 5-wood Tour model has a much more compact profile, and allows for much more shot-shaping from the 17.5 degree wood.
The radial weighting is the same in the Tour as the Big Tour – 16g of internal weight at the back and a 7g front weight.
Cobra Radspeed Draw Woods
Like the Radspeed drivers, Cobra have included a draw model in the options of the woods.
The weighting is what helps create the draw bias in this model, with 16g of heel-biased weights and 7g of weight in the back of the clubhead.
As a result, the Draw wood provides slice correction for players who struggling with a left-to-right ball shape. With a medium-to-high ball flight, there is also plenty of forgiveness from the Draw.
The Draw model, which also features a CNC Milled Infinity Face and baffler rails, is available to buy in 3-wood (14.5 degrees), 5-wood (18.5 degrees) and 7-wood (22.5 degrees) options.
Which is the best Cobra King Radspeed Woods?
The three models – the Radspeed, Big Tour and Tour and Draw – have all been designed to suit golfers with different needs. That means one isn’t better than another, just more suited to your game.
What are the weights in the Cobra King Radspeed Woods?
The Radspeed model, the standard version, has 16g of weight in the front and 7g in the back. The Big Tour and Tour options have 16g of weight at the back and a 7g front weight. The Draw woods have 16g of heel-biased weights and 7g of weight in the back.
What are the lofts in the Cobra King Radspeed Woods?
The standard Radspeed model and the Draw model are both available in 3-wood (14.5 degrees), 5-wood (18.5 degrees) and 7-wood (22.5 degrees) options. The Big Tour is a 13.5 degree 3-wood and the Tour is a 17.5 degree 5-wood.
How much do the Cobra King Radspeed Woods cost?
The Radspeed woods will be available for purchase at $279/£209.