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Cobra has unveiled their new limited edition black and gold driver to celebrate 50 years of innovation in the golf industry. 

What was started by Thomas Crow in 1973 has grown to be one of top club manufactures in the industry today. Innovative designs like the Baffler, Oversize irons, and Deep Face driver display Corba’s long and fruitful history. Now, they’ve got a driver to mark the occasion.“Fifty years is an impressive achievement,” said Dan Ladd, President of Cobra Puma Golf.

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“Our goal has always been to continue to innovate and create technologies that allow players to better enjoy the game and thus far we’ve been quite successful. We wanted all the Cobra fans out there to be able to celebrate with us which is why we created this beautiful, limited-edition driver.”

Cobra aerojet face  

The limited-edition drivers are available in both Aerojet and Aerojet LS models and feature a sleek look with a black and gold colour scheme as well as unique 50th anniversary graphics and headcover. 

The limited-edition Aerojet drivers include advanced aerodynamic shaping with a streamlined frontal area of the club, with raised skirt and rear, and curved crown with a peak that is moved further from the face. This allows for significant reduction in drag through your swing for increased clubhead speed with out swinging it any faster.

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The newest PWRBRDIGE weighting features a 13g structure that is suspended above the sole, allowing for maximum speed and reduced spin as well as a flexible sole structure for improved energy transfer. PWRSHELL with H.O.T Face technology creates multiple zones of optimised thickness across the entire clubface for improved forgiveness and speed on off-centre strikes. 

Available: April 14, 2023 

RRP: £469 

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James Tait is bunkered’s Gear Editor. Want to know how the latest Callaway driver, Vokey wedge or Scotty Cameron putter performs? He’s the guy to ask. Better yet, just watch his videos on the bunkered YouTube channel. One of the biggest hitters in the UK, James also competes on the World Long Drive circuit and is a descendent of former Amateur champion Freddie Tait.

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