A gallery of new Cobra Fly-Z woods, including a range of Fly-Z fairways and two Fly-Z hybrids
Below, you'll see some pictures of new Cobra Fly-Z woods, including a range of Fly-Z fairways and two Fly-Z hybrids (click here for Fly-Z driver images).
Much like the drivers, Fly-Z fairways and hybrids are split into Fly-Z, Fly-Z+ and Fly-Z XL models.
They feature Speed Channels to minimise face thickness, provide higher ball speeds and increased forgiveness on off-centre hits.
A thin, high-strength 465-steel face plate insert on the Fly-Z fairway woods and hybrids help make the sweet spot 20% larger and 18% thinner than previous models.
Fly-Z+ fairway wood
The Fly-Z+ combines a Speed Channel with a more forward CG position that reduces spin for improved distance
The MyFly8 hosel enables golfers to choose from eight loft and trajectory settings
All Fly-Z fairways are available in black, white, blue and orange
Fly-Z fairway and hybrid
A further-back centre of gravity position makes the Fly-Z fairway more forgiving
The Fly-Z hybrid is available from January 23, 2015
Fly-Z XL fairway and hybrid:
Fly-Z XL fairway and hybrid incorporate an extreme low and back CG position with an offset head, to help beginners and those with slow swing speeds get the ball in the air
Related: Cobra Fly-Z drivers
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