Cobra AMP Driver


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Cobra AMP Driver Review - Club Wars 2012

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. Across the board, the testers agreed that the AMP is an easy driver to swing. The Cobra AMP finished with a decent overall performance in the 2012 class of drivers and is definitely one of the more trendy clubs to bag. We would recommend this club for anyone below a 15 handicap. Cobra also makes an offset version of the AMP that is super forgiving for the higher handicap player. If you want to swing like Rickie but lose 20 balls a round in the process, the AMP offset might be a better option.

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