Looking to learn what you need to know about the latest new products from Cobra? These handy thumbnails will keep you up to date on the company’s new releases across all club and ball catetgories.

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Cobra Darkspeed drivers: The Cobra Darkspeed drivers (X, LS and Max) take a multi-faceted and player-specific approach to speed in all its forms. That means a new variable-thickness face design built from artificial intelligence simulations to inject more ball speed all across an array of 15 impact zones. It also means more speed via improved launch conditions and extra forgiveness on off-center hits, all brought about by weight-saving carbon composite and reconfigured model-specific internal weighting. Finally, there’s a cascading series of shape changes to each of the three models to enhance how smoothly the clubhead moves through the air, with the most aggressive aerodynamics package targeted for high-swing speed, low-spin LS model. The Darkspeed X is available in 9, 10.5 and 12 degrees with an eight-way adjustable hosel; Darkspeed LS is available in 8, 9 and 10 degrees with eight-way adjustable hosel; Darkspeed Max is available in 9, 10.5 and 12 degrees with an eight-way adjustable hosel. All retail for $550.

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Cobra Darkspeed fairway woods and hybrids: The Cobra Darkspeed fairway woods and hybrids use an L-shaped face that wraps around the front of the sole combined with an internal weight bar that’s suspended like a bridge low and forward in the head to create the ideal blend of high launch and low spin with more speed all across the face. The fairway woods include three models: There’s the oversized Max for low-profile forgiveness, the X for broad appeal with low spin and high launch, and the compact LS with a titanium body and face along with heavy tungsten weighting for fast speed with ultra-low spin. The Darkspeed X fairway wood retails at $330, available in 15, 18 and 21 degrees with an eight-way adjustable hosel; The Darkspeed Max fairway wood retails at $330, available in 15.5, 18.5 and 21.5 degrees with eight-way adjustable hosel; The Darkspeed LS fairway wood retails at $430, available in 13, 14.5 and 17.5 degrees with an eight-way adjustable hosel. The Darkspeed hybrid retails at $280, available in 17, 19, 21, 24 and 28 degrees, all with a fixed hosel.

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Cobra Darkspeed irons: Cobra seeks to build on its Aerojet irons with its follow-up, the Darkspeed. More than just a modest tweak, the Darkspeed makes meaningful moves forward with a new hollow-body construction that is filled with a lightweight foam. Combined with a revised internal “bridge” and face design it results in perhaps Cobra’s longest iron to date. The Darkspeed and Darkspeed One Length irons are available in a 4-PW set for $999 in steel or 5-iron through gap wedge in graphite ($1,099 for One Length).


Cobra Snakebite wedges: Cobra adds to its Snakebite wedge line—first released in 2023—a new, non-plated raw finish, available in all three grinds: Classic, Versatile and Wide-Low. The lower lofted wedges feature narrow, deep grooves to deliver consistent spin, while the higher lofted wedges have wider, shallower grooves to maximize spin. The game improvement model, the Snakebite-X, added 50-, 54- and 58-degree options to its lineup. Both models are available in 48 through 60 degrees. Snakebite raw finish retails for $179 per wedge. Snakebite-X is available for $159.


Cobra 3D Printed, Vintage putters: Cobra launches its second generation of putters, the 3D Printed and the Vintage collections. With eight models in each, the putters all feature faces with LA Golf’s descending loft technology, where the loft changes from four degrees at the top of the face to one degree at the bottom to ensure the same ideal launch angle for consistent forward roll. The multimaterial 3D Printed Collection uses an aluminum face insert for firmer feel, while the Vintage Collection is fronted by a softer Pebax thermoplastic elastomer insert. The 3D Printed collection retails for $350. The Vintage series retails for $250.

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