Cobra Golf expand legendary King range

2015 11 King F6
• Cobra Golf expand legendary King brand name
• Introducing the new King F6+ and F6 metals
• All feature new CarbonTrac weighting system


Cobra Golf has expanded its collection of clubs under the legendary King brand name by introducing the King F6+ and F6 metals – each featuring the all-new CarbonTrac weighting system.

Through research, premium materials and Cobra’s unique performance enhancing technologies, golfers of all levels can experience personalised distance and an adjustable centre of gravity in the new range, starting with the F6+ driver.

To give players the ultimate distance, control, speed and accuracy, the King F6+ (£299, above) has the aforementioned CarbonTrac system, featuring a sliding weight with five front-to-back, low centre of gravity (CG) positions in a carbon fibre shell, which replaces the heavier structure in the Fly-Z+ driver. The weight, at 18g, aims to deliver varying ball flights – from towering to penetrating for personalised distance and forgiveness off the tee.


The F6+ driver also features Forged E9 Zone Face technology, an internal feature which increases the size and speed of the sweet spot for more distance on off-centre hits. Meanwhile, externally, a trench on the outside of the face and toe creates additional discretionary weight to minimise thickness, thus delivering greater ball speeds.



Accompanying the F6+ is the F6 driver (£249, above), featuring a dual position front-to-back CG system with 10g and 3g flip weights, delivering a mix of distance and forgiveness to promote faster ball speeds, lower spin and optimal launch angles. The heavier weight in the front CG position gives a more penetrating ball flight, while the back position delivers a towering ball flight with added spin. Alternatively, the light, 3g weight can be removed altogether.


“The King F6 family was created to bring the best zonal weighting technologies to golfers of all levels,” said Tom Olsavsky, vice-president of R&D at Cobra Golf. “Through improved material innovation and research, we were able to design a stronger, lighter CarbonTrac structure that creates the perfect combination of adjustable low CG and high inertia, something that is extremely hard to do. Thanks to the R&D team at Cobra Golf, golfers will discover the best in distance, forgiveness and precision in the F6 metalwoods.”



But that isn’t the end of the family, with a collection of fairway woods, hybrids and also a women’s range.

The fairway woods (3-4F, 5-6F and 7-8F, above) also come with adjustable front-to-back weighting and, like the F6 driver, features two CG positions but with 20g and 3g moveable weights. Additionally, to maximise distance and ball speed, engineers used a 475 SS face insert combined with Cobra’s Speed Channel Technology.



Rounding off the metals collection are the King F6 hybrids (£149). Each club (2-3H, 3-4H and 4-5H) features a fixed 13g back CG weight to deliver higher inertia and a more centre CG for greater precision and forgiveness, while the new head shape is 3g lighter than previous models.


There's also a King women's range, including driver (£249), fairway woods (£179) and hybrid (£149). The clubs feature the same technology used in the men’s versions but have been fine tuned, based on information around women’s swing speeds, to maximise launch and distance.

Cobra Golf King range :: Availability

The new range will be available for retail on January 29. For more information, visit and follow @cobragolf on Twitter.

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