KING F7 WOODS
KEY TECH AIMED AT New sole adjustability leads a raft of technological updates A wide variety of abilities who are looking for adjustability HOW MUCH From £159-£299
Last year the Cobra King F6 line won a lot of fans, and for its evolution Cobra has turned to more customisation and performance and some cool new tracking technology.
The King F7 and F7+ drivers will take the headlines, giving you a choice between a larger, forgiving model and a smaller, traditional shape.
Both come with the new Cobra Connect system powered by Arccos – a sensor embedded in the grip that allows you to automatically track the distance and accuracy of your drives when paired with your smartphone.
In terms of head technology, the F7 has a larger face and profile than the F6. This provides more distance, forgiveness and speed across the face.
An adjustable weight system with three possible centre of gravity (CG) locations then caters for low, high and draw ball-flight preferences.
The King F7 driver also features a re-engineered face that is lighter and thinner to create faster ball speeds, with a multi-material TeXtreme carbon-fibre crown saving the weight that allowed Cobra to include the new sole weights.
The F7+ features the same technology in a smaller, deeper-faced profile with a matte finish.
A matching King F7 fairway and hybrid join the drivers, with both utilising Cobra’s Baffler Rail System that helps the clubs glide through the turf more smoothly.
You’ll also find adjustable 20g and 3g sole weights on the fairway so you can tailor your launch and spin, while the F7 hybrid has a fixed 13g weight to encourage forgiveness and control.
The King F7 driver (£279) has eight adjustable loft settings from 9-12°, while the F7+ (£299) covers lofts from 8-11°. The fairway (£189) can be switched between 13-19° and the hybrid (£159) 16-25°.
All are available from January 27, 2017, with black, blue and silver colour options.