Cobra BiO CELL Hybrid

Golf Monthly senior staff writer Paul O’Hagan reviews the Cobra BiO CELL Hybrid.

Golf Monthly Verdict

The quality and design of the Cobra BiO CELL hybrid are second to none. In fact, I found this club hard to put down! Each shot, almost regardless of strike, felt effortless. The MyFly8 adjustable hosel, which allows you to change flight characteristics, and high-quality finish make the BiO CELL extremely appealing. I doubt if there are many better rescues currently on the market.

Reasons to buy
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    While the excellent BiO CELL driver received much of the attention when the range was first introduced, the hybrid is a fantastic performer. The head size is perfect – it’s big enough to inspire confidence, but small enough, without being intimidating, to work from a range of lies. The flight on offer is impressive, and even in the higher lofts it doesn’t balloon. With so much loft adjustability available, it means that with a bit of testing you can find perfect distance gaps between your irons, hybrids and fairway woods.

Reasons to avoid
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    We only have one small criticism – the webbing design on the coloured crown is a little unnecessary, particularly on a small hybrid head.

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Golf Monthly senior staff writer Paul O’Hagan reviews the Cobra BiO CELL Hybrid.

Cobra BiO CELL Hybrid

Key technology

MyFly8 technology allows the player to choose from eight different loft options to suit their requirements. SmartPad technology ensures the face remains square at address. Weight has been moved from the face and crown and repositioned low and back in the clubhead to improve launch conditions. High-strength steel inserts enable  more face flex for added distance.


Will suit

Any player wanting a versatile hybrid.

Thomas Patrick Clarke
Sports Digital Editor

Tom Clarke joined Golf Monthly as a sub editor in 2009 being promoted to content editor in 2012 and then senior content editor in 2014, before becoming Sports Digital Editor for the Sport Vertical within Future in 2022. Tom currently looks after all the digital products that Golf Monthly produce including Strategy and Content Planning for the website and social media - Tom also assists the Cycling, Football, Rugby and Marine titles at Future. Tom plays off 16 and lists Augusta National (name drop), Old Head and Le Touessrok as the favourite courses he has played. Tom is an avid viewer of all golf content with a particularly in depth knowledge of the pro tour.