Cobra Golf, founded in Australia in 1973, is one of the leading name brands among avid golfers. Cobra has led the charge in the development of utility woods, oversize irons and graphite shafts, and continues to produce some of the game’s most high-performance golf clubs and innovative technology at a fair price.
The hybrid, one of the fastest growing club categories today, was first introduced to the market with the 1975 release of the Cobra Baffler. Its patented sole-plated design allowed golfers for the first time to play a wood effectively from various lies, including deep rough. Cobra continues to improve on the Baffler’s groundbreaking technology. The Baffler T-Rail + and Amp Cell hybrids are the next generation of Cobra hybrids, offering improvements such as tungsten sole weighting and adjustable loft angles.
In 1985, Cobra was also first company to offer stock graphite shafts on all clubs; its state-of-the-art autoclave graphite compression system is regarded as the single biggest breakthrough in graphite shaft technology in the last 20 years. This breakthrough complemented Cobra’s development of sets specifically designed for ladies and seniors.
Another technology breakthrough in the mid-‘90s, the oversize King Cobra iron, cemented Cobra Golf as the most popular choice for mid- to high-handicap golfers looking more consistency, distance, accuracy and feel. Today, the Cobra S3 Max irons are carrying on this tradition, offering even more forgiveness and a higher launch angle than ever before.
The roster of PGA and LPGA Tour players using Cobra golf clubs is extensive and includes Ian Poulter, Diego Velasquez, Anna Nordqvist and Lexi Thompson.
For the 2013 season, Cobra has some stellar new clubs waiting in the wings, clubs such as the Amp Cell driver, Amp Cell lineup of woods and irons, and a retooled lineup of Trusty Rusty wedges. Find the best prices on new and used Cobra Golf equipment by shopping with 2nd Swing.