Cobra LTDx Drivers Review

LTDx are Cobra's new driver released for 2022

LTDx drivers are the Longest Total Distance yet from Cobra.

Cobra LTDx Drivers

Cobra LTDx drivers are new for 2022 but this is no limited edition, because LTD is the Longest Total Distance from any model released by the manufacturer.

The new range, which replaces the Radspeed as the number one Cobra driver, features three separate models: the LTDx, the LTDx LS and the LTDx Max. They join new fairway woods, hybrids and irons.

All three drivers come with the promise of Longest Total Distance with Cobra breaking new ground in the design process to come up with their most impressive driver yet when it comes to distance off the tee.

What Cobra say about the LTDx Driver:

“The LTDx driver is the ultimate distance machine. Using PWR-COR Technology we were able to achieve zero CG and 5200 MOI for the first time to create a driver unlike any other.

“One that combines low spin, fast ball speed, and extreme forgiveness to deliver the Longest Total Distance.

“The LTDx LS is our lowest spinning driver designed for skilled players with fast swing speeds. Most of its weight is located low and forward for a lower, penetrating flight. A traditional shape and forward weighting allows for improved workability.

“The LTDx MAX driver combines the extreme forgiveness of the LTDx driver with an adjustable heel weight position that lets you fine-tune the amount of draw bias you need.”

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Cobra LTDx Driver Design & Features

The LTDx is the standard model in the range and is packed with technology to extra more distance than ever before in a Cobra driver.

Cobra have produced a driver that is groundbreaking with zero CG and 5200 MOI for seriously fast ball speeds, forgiveness in spades and incredibly low spin.

The key element is the PWR-COR Technology, which has allowed for weight to be move low and forward. A 14g steel internal weight and a 5g exterior aluminium weight are positioned behind the hitting zone.

Cobra LTDx Driver

It is this PWR-COR feature that produces increased ball speeds with less spin for Longest Total Distance, while a further 15g back weight produces a high launch with low spin.

Weight has also been saved through the use of a new multi-material construction with 30% more carbon and a lighter titanium chassis to work in harmony with the PWR-COR.

Cobra have also come up with a new H.O.T (Highly Optimized Topology) face design that builds upon the Radspeed and improved performance across the face thanks to 15 different zones of thickness.

The LTDx 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 LTDx LS Driver Design & Features

The LS model of the LTDx driver range is the Lowest Spin option and the choice if you struggle with a slice. If you want to high straight shots more consistently, the LS is the right range.

Cobra have made the LTDx LS driver the most workable of the three models by shifting the majority of weight forward in the club head for the lowest amount of spin and more forgiveness that other drivers.

The LS has all the same technology as the LTDx with the PWR-COR Technology having 19 grams of weight behind the hitting zone to reduced spin and increase ball speeds.

Cobra LTDx LS Driver

The H.O.T face technology is also incorporated across the face, and the carbon crown, sole plate and titanium chassis have all been made lighter.

The LS model features adjustable weighting on the sole with a heavy 10g and lightweight 3g interchangeable between heel and toe positions. to create a fade bias or neutral ball shape.

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

Cobra LTDx Max Driver Design & Features

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

Two sole weights of 10g and 3g allow you do adjust the amount of draw from the Max driver. With the 10g weight positioned back, the Max produces up to five yards of draw, while it is up to 11 yards with the heavier weight in the heel.

The PWR-COR technology features 10 grams of weight – a 6g internal weight and 4g exterior – positioned behind the hitting zone in this model to reduce spin levels.

Cobra LTDx Max Driver

The H.O.T face technology is also incorporated across the face, and the carbon crown, sole plate and titanium chassis have all been made lighter.

The LTDx 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.

Verdict: Are the Cobra LTDx drivers any good?

Cobra have come up with a driver that star staffer Bryson DeChambeau will love because the LTDx models are all about extracting more distance than from any previous driver.

They are well thought out with the PWR-COR a seriously impression bit of tech to add more weight where it is needed – right behind the hitting zone.

The three models all offer something a little difference for golfers needing more draw to fixing a slice. These look set to be a big player in 2022.

FAQs

What is the Cobra LTDx drivers release date?

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

How much do the Cobra LTDx driver cost?

The cost of the drivers has been revealed with all three models retailing at £399 / $540.

What are the Cobra LTDx drivers specs?

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