With certain limitations in club building set by the USGA and R&A, OEMs have found new ways of separating themselves from one another not only by their marketing and branding but by the materials used and how they are used. Using lighter materials helps the engineers move the weight around to help make the club more forgiving, longer and to manipulate spin and launch. This year, Cobra Golf took things a bit further. Literally. Through Cobra's partnership with the Center for the Advancement of Science in Space (CASIS), they were able to conduct research on the International Space Station, allowing them to create the most technologically advanced golf products in the world. Yeah, there is Space In It!
No two women are alike. So why should their drivers be? If you are looking for a driver that you can make your own, fine tune to fit your swing and the conditions you play in, check out this driver! The Women's Cobra Bio Cell driver introduces innovative technology which delivers functionality combined with style to give you maximum distance and unparalleled personalization.
There was a lot of hype about the AMP driver being released because of the signing of Rickie Fowler. After swinging the AMP, the feel and balance was really nice. The Aldila shaft promotes a consistent feel shot after shot, and the E-9 face technology that Cobra uses gives plenty of forgiveness on off center shots. After testing, the AMP finished with an average distance of 253.4 yards, and a decent overall club speed of 106.9 mph.