Cobra King 2017 fairways and hybrids land

2016 10 F7 Fairway Black Hero

• New fairway woods and hybrids will be available in January
• They join the Cobra King drivers also unveiled today

• Adjustable weighting features in the King F7 fairway woods

Cobra King 2017 fairways and hybrids

The new Cobra King F7 fairway woods and hybrids have landed and feature a technology that was first introduced over 40 years ago.

Launched alongside the King F7 and F7+ drivers, the fairways and hybrids make use of the brand’s iconic Baffler Rail System to ‘create a more forgiving and efficient turf interaction when hitting from any lie’.

Cobra King F7 fairway wood

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For the 2017 Cobra King F7 fairways, the brand has introduced progressive rail heights that are designed to be shallower in the 3-4 woods, getting thicker as you move into the 7-8 woods to give more consistent distance.

The front of the rails improves turf forgiveness while the back of the rails helps the club to glide through the turf more smoothly.

Like in the drivers, the F7 fairways offer the chance to move the centre of gravity. You can choose from one of two positions with the 20g and 3g moveable weights able to be positioned to the front or the back for a lower or higher ball flight.

The adjustability doesn’t stop there. Cobra’s MyFly8 tech allows you to choose between eight loft positions to ensure they fit nicely into the distance gaps in your set.
Cobra KING Ltd Fairway

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A third fairway wood has also been announced, with the Cobra King LTD Black fairway joining the driver by the same name in the 2017 range.

It features the same revolutionary SpacePort, TeXtreme carbon fibre crown and Speed Channel Face as seen in the driver with discretionary weight positioned low in the head for more distance.

Like the King F7 range, MyFly8 tech gives eight loft options.
Cobra King F7 hybrid

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The King F7 metals family is completed by the King F7 hybrids. The Baffler Rail System features for better consistency and it is available in three head options – 2-3H, 3-4H and 4-5H.

The 13g weight has been positioned in the back and, while it can’t be moved, it has been tailored to give more forgiveness and make it easier to get the ball in the air.

Cobra King F7 fairways and hybrids – specs, pricing and availability

Cobra King F7 fairway woods
Clubs 3-4F, 5-6F, 7-8F
Shaft Fujikura Pro 65
Grip Lamkin REL-Black
Colours Black, Blue, Silver
Price £189
Available January 27, 2017

Cobra King LTD Black fairway woods
Clubs 3-4F, 4-5F
Shaft Aldila Rogue Black 70g
Grip Lamkin UTX 360
Price £229
Available January 27, 2017

Cobra King F7 hybrids
Clubs 2-3H, 3-4H, 4-5H
Shaft Fujikura Pro 75h
Colours Black, Blue, Silver
Grip Lamkin REL-Black
Price £159
Available January 27, 2017

More information cobragolf.co.uk

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