The Verdict: The problem with making a driver with adjustable weights is, well, weight. Movable weights require receptacles that can reduce the amount of weight you can move around. Cobra addressed this by making the slider channel out of lightweight carbon fiber. Consequently, there’s more weight in the sliding chip (18 grams) for more adjustability and a lower center of gravity for less spin and better energy transfer. A carbon-composite crown and a lighter, titanium-alloy body saved mass to further stabilize the head. Altogether, the savings yield a driver with five settings at each of its eight adjustable lofts—or 40 drivers in one.
Loft: Adjustable (9-12)/Adjustable (7-10)
Street Price: $400