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Cobra introduces new King Cobra Speed Pro Series

Cobra's latest Speed Pro Driver and Fairway metals maximise power, distance and control for the accomplished player 

Cobra, the golf brand renowned for delivering massive sweetspots, unrivalled forgiveness and huge distance off the tee, has designed a driver with the better player in mind. The new King Cobra Speed Pro line of Drivers , hot on the heels of the recently launched Speed LD Driver series, has been designed to create a high launch, with pro spin conditions and optimal distance for extreme ball speed players.

With feedback coming from the Tour, the Speed Pro driver, designed for accomplished low handicap players with extreme ball speeds, delivers everything you expect and more in a driver.

The King Cobra Speed Pro promotes a neutral ball flight, through low spin and high launch characteristics, maximising power and distance. Combined with a higher MOI, larger club face area and milled rhombus technology, the Speed Pro is ‘Speed-tuned' to the player's requirements, resulting in longer distance and more accuracy. The square face allows for greater workability.

The Speed Pro Driver is available in two models, the D and the S. The Speed Pro D incorporates a deep face design which produces a low ball spin and more control, while the Speed Pro S features a shallow face for low-to-moderate spin and maximum forgiveness.

As well as the Speed Pro Driver, Cobra has designed the Speed Pro fairway metals with matching technology and square face alignment at address to compliment the driver, making the perfect long game combination for the accomplished high ball speed player.

With an RRP of £257 for the Speed Pro Driver and £153 for the accompanying fairway metals, the new King Cobra Speed Pro line-up will be available from Mid March.


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