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Cobra AMP Driver

Tuesday, January 3rd, 2012

Budget Golf is definitely AMPED up over the release of Cobra’s new AMP Driver!  The AMP Driver is Cobra’s  first youthful departure from their tried and true product lines and while it is very flashy in appearance, the AMP driver is loaded with the latest technology that Cobra has to offer.  Advanced material placement coupled with Cobra’s patented E9 Face Technology creates a sweet spot zone that is 30% larger which helps to produce explosive ball speeds across the entire hitting surface.  Like the previous models, the AMP driver is fully adjustable to optimize ball flight for increased distance and improved accuracy and unlike other adjustable drivers on the market, it is very simple to use.  An Aldila RIP 55 gram shaft is standard for the AMP Driver and it is offered in lofts ranging from 8.5* to 11.5*.  The Cobra AMP Driver is available February 10th and the demand has already been very high so we suggest placing a pre-order!

Cobra Long Tom Driver

Saturday, September 17th, 2011

Cobra is stepping up their game this year with multiple offerings that are modern takes on old classics. Rumor has it that Cobra is working on the 4th version of the famed, “Trusty Rusty” wedge but before that hits the market they are testing the waters with the Long Tom Driver.  The Cobra Long Tom dates back to the early 90’s and it once was one of the longest drivers on the market.  This year’s Long Tom should be no different!  The Long Tom is a 4 foot long, ultra-light beast that is designed for raw power and distance.  The club is equipped with Graffaloy’s Blackbird shaft as well as a very-light-weight grip made by Winn.  The Long Tom features the same E9 face technology as the S3 series and the club is offered in lofts ranging from 8 to 10 degrees.  The Long Tom is slated to hit the door this November, pre-book yours today!

Cobra ZL Driver

Wednesday, November 11th, 2009

The new Cobra ZL Driver is sure to turn some heads in 2010.  Not only is it a composite driver with an incredibly hot face, it also features Cobra’s Adjustable Flight technology with three adjustable face angles for optimal ball flights. (more…)