Cobra L5V driver review

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Cobra L5V driver review. Review of Cobra L5V driver

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Golf Monthly Verdict

We found this an extremely easy driver to hit, and the adjustable setting will offer forgiveness to players who struggle with a left to right shape off the tee when set to draw-biased (setting 1). The clubhead looked great at set-up and filled us with confidence. With over 30 custom-fitted shaft options available, the L5V is sure to be a hit for players looking to customise their games and the it already has a classy look to it. Retailing at £329.99, the L5V is not cheap, but will surely prove a hit with consistency off the tee its unique selling point. Where next? More On Test: - Cobra LD-F Speed driver review - Cobra Pro MB and CB irons review - Cobra Baffler hybrid review

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Cobra's new L5V driver has adjustable settings, engineered to help produce longer and straighter drives than ever before. With two settings, “Standard” and “Draw-Biased”, players are able to use the Cobra L5V’s fitting torque wrench to switch. Indeed, with the Draw-Biased setting, the L5V will surely be seen as a game saver for higher handicappers who struggle with a right-to-left shape off the tee.

Alex Narey
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Alex began his journalism career in regional newspapers in 2001 and moved to the Press Association four years later. He spent three years working at Dennis Publishing before first joining Golf Monthly, where he was on the staff from 2008 to 2015 as the brand's managing editor, overseeing the day-to-day running of our award-winning magazine while also contributing across various digital platforms. A specialist in news and feature content, he has interviewed many of the world's top golfers and returns to Golf Monthly after a three-year stint working on the Daily Telegraph's sports desk. His current role is diverse as he undertakes a number of duties, from managing creative solutions campaigns in both digital and print to writing long-form features for the magazine. Alex has enjoyed a life-long passion for golf and currently plays to a handicap of 13 at Tylney Park Golf Club in Hampshire.