Cobra Aerojet MAX Fairway Wood
Who’s It For?
Cobra continues to push the envelope when it comes to technologies that provide explosive results. The Aerojet fairway woods represent the latest group of fairway woods that offers superb distance and forgiveness through a combination of new and old technologies. Of all the Aerojet fairway woods, the Aerojet Max model is designed to provide golfers maximum launch and forgiveness. It also includes weight slots in the back and heel to allow golfers to promote a draw bias through weight adjustability.
The Tech Story
New in the Cobra Aerojet fairway woods is PWR-Bridge Weighting, which is an innovative suspended bridge weight design that enables unrestricted flexibility of the face and sole while positioning the center of gravity low and forward for fast ball speeds. This is especially beneficial on low-face strikes, which are a common occurrence when amateurs use fairway woods. Meanwhile, the PWRSHELL H.O.T. Face maximizes face flexibility through artificial intelligence in which a variable thickness face pattern creates hot zones for more efficiency at impact. Plus, a carbon fiber crown enables an even lower center of gravity for added launch and forgiveness. The Aerojet Max model is designed to provide maximum launch and forgiveness, while also including the possibility of a draw bias through back and heel adjustable weights to shift the center of gravity.
Facts and Figures
Available Lofts: 15.5° (3W), 18.5° (5W), 21.5° (7W)
Clubhead Volume: 169cc (3W), 155cc (5W), 151cc (7W)
Adjustability: +/- 1.5°
Stock Grip: Lamkin Crossline
High Launch / Mid Spin Stock Shaft: UST Helium Nanocore
Mid Launch / Mid Spin Stock Shaft: Mitsubishi Kai’li Blue
Stock Length: 43” (3W), 42.5” (5W), 42” (7W)
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