Shriners Children's Open

TPC Summerlin



Cobra King LTD Black

Our Review:

Last year’s model gets a matte-black cosmetic upgrade, but you can tell the guts haven’t changed because there’s still a see-through port in the sole. Not just for show, its 16 grams of weight pushes the club’s center of gravity lower to align with the center of the face. That makes for maximum energy transfer into the ball with less spin. A lightweight carbon-composite crown allows for 12 grams of tungsten deep in the sole to help this classically shaped head play more forgiving than it looks.
Specs: One adjustable head (9-12)
Price: $450
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Player Comments
  • low
    The face feels great, unique—hard hit, soft feel. They’re so good with making stuff look cool and hiding the adjustability.
  • mid
    A great home-run-off-the-bat feel. Very forgiving as well.
  • mid
    I like how the sound is very subtle, understated even on really solid hits. But it still feels powerful.
  • high
    Easy to swing. At every point, I felt in control.