Cobra has already introduced a bunch of new clubs this fall, including the Long Tom drivers, Trusty Rusty wedges, and most recently the “Ricky Fowler-esque” AMP driver. Today we’ll share with you even more pictures of the Cobra line up for 2012, including more of the AMP line, and Baffler hybrids and woods. This may be premature, but Cobra is going to rock it in 2012. Look out!
The AMP acronym stands for Advanced Material Placement, which in layman’s terms simply means they can more strategically position weight on each club. The real kicker of this new line up by Cobra is the pricetag. The AMP line-up is beyond affordable, and still feature the adjustability and technology behind clubs twice as much. Kudos Cobra.
Here’s what we know. The AMP driver features an adjustable face, stock Aldila RIP and variable length & swing weights. Did we mention it looks awesome? We’ve already shared white pics, and the black on lime green, below we’ve got the orange line. Price? Only $299.99. The fairway wood and hybrid line are also adjustable (from 2 degrees open or closed for woods and 1.5 degrees ether way for hybrids) and features maraging steel to help the ball pop off the face. The AMP irons have a slight cavity and are built using a multi-alloy design built on the Advance Material Placement model. Finally, the Baffler fairway woods and hybrids feature a tungsten lined, T-Rail sole – which helps lower the center of gravity and get the ball airborne fast. Oh, and Cobra rounded out this new line with matching grip colors as well.
Launch date is expected for February.
Enjoy the pics, and there are plenty more at the link below.
Source: New Cobra Product | The Golf Exchange