This is a high quality offering from Cobra that should suit players of all abilities and playing styles. Stylish looks and high performance – a good combination.
Great versatility to suit players with differing requirements, impressive distance
So much adjustability could confuse without expert guidance
By Golf Monthly
The Cobra Women’s KING F6 driver is extremely forgiving and the adjustability options allow you customise the club to exactly suit your requirements.
Cobra Women’s KING F6 Driver RRP: £249
The Cobra Women’s KING F6 driver is one of the most technologically advanced on the market and it could be just the club to help you find greater distance and consistency.
One of the key technologies in this club is the CG tuning. This allows you to move the centre of gravity from front to back. This means you can optimise launch and spin conditions. Move the weight to shift the centre of gravity closer to the front and you’ll achieve a lower, more penetrating flight. Move it back and you’ll see the ball start higher and achieve greater forgiveness. It’s a great feature and one that can help you find distance in differing conditions.
There’s further adjustability thanks to the MyFly with smartpad hosel, this gives you eight different loft and face angle settings, between 10 and 13 degrees, to customise launch and trajectory to an even greater extent.
The new forged titanium face on this 460CC driver features variable face thickness meaning greater ball speeds and more distance even on the off-centre strikes. The speed channel around the perimeter of the face also helps to improve ball speeds. Overall, you will likely be impressed by the flight and distance this driver produces.
The Women’s KING F6 is available with either in raspberry or silver finish. It’s a sleek and elegant looking driver. It comes with the excellent Matrix Red Tie 50Q4 shaft as standard and a Winn Wrap grip.
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