Cobra Men's Amp Cell Driver
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- MyFly Technology: 1 Driver. 6 settings. Adjust your loft to maximize distance, manage trajectory for different weather and ground conditions, and dial in the club to match your game.
- SmartPad Technology -Delivers a square face at address regardless of loft setting. For added shot workability SmartPad allows the golfer to slightly open or close the driver as need at address
- AMP Cell and E9 technology - Frees up additional discretionary weight for a 12% larger effective face delivering faster ball speeds even on mis hits
- Fukjikura Fuel Shaft
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But I can tell you this - I am very happy I bought this club. Compared to my previous driver, it is easier to hit, has added some yards to my drive, and my slice which used to be significant on probably 1 out of 4 drives is just about non-existent (due to stiff shaft?). Any type of hook or slice curve is limited enough that I will still land on the fairway if I started off in the right direction.
It is beautiful to look at, feels great to swing, and the very tall face means it is very hard to mar the top of the club head because the thing just can't fit between the ball and the ground ha ha.
So I've been hitting my Cobra Speed LD for a few years and decided the technology had changed enough that I could get more distance out of Cobra's latest model. I have always loved Cobra drivers, particularly in terms of forgiveness and the impact sound. (The Speed LD sounds like the explosion of a cider block hitting a big ball bearing - literally turns heads at the driving range.) That combination has made for a very satisfying product. What I never really had from a Cobra driver was impressive distance which, when I bought this driver, I thought I could "dial in" with the adjustability. Not so. I hit this thing every which way at both the range and on the course, trying all the various settings. Sadly, the only thing this driver does consistently is be inconsistent. Isn't consistency the primary goal of any golf club? If you hit it on the button every single time, you certainly don't need to spend $300 on a driver. In fact, if you hit it on the button every time, companies will start lining up for you to hit their driver and put their name on your hat. Worked with this club for Ricky Fowler. Unfortunately, precious few are Ricky Fowler, and unless you hit this thing dead on the sweet spot, the ball will go neither straight nor far, no matter what setting you have it on. Thought it might be my swing, but then I went back to my old Speed LD and hit it much more consistently.
It's not ALL bad news for this driver. Aesthetically, it's quite attractive.Read more ›
It's a good looking club, nothing major going on to distract your view; the ball sounds good coming off the club. Word of warning, and this is noted in several other publication reviews, the shaft is not true to what you are accustom to. I went with an X-Stiff and fells more like a stiff. At 63g the X-Stiff fits my swing perfect. If you are use to a regular flex I would consider a stiff in this club.
Overall, this club has found a permanent home in my bag, replacing my long time Callaway FT-5 10 degree neutral driver. For the price I don't see how you can go wrong with this driver.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love this driver. It is loud when you hit the ball and the ball goes a mile. I love to be able to adjust the loft and I put a slight draw on mine as well. Read morePublished 2 months ago by A Sanderson
I am 69 years old and didn't know how a stiff flex driver would work for me. I think it is working out good for me as I am driving the ball 15 to 20 yards further with the Amp... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Jerry
After a couple of rounds it became very familiar. Appreciate the adjustable lofts. Started at 10.5d but have played the last couple of rounds at 11.5d.Published 14 months ago by Truman P Brizee