With all of the lightweight advantages of the F-Max Airspeed driver, how about a fairway wood to match? The AIRSPEED graphite shaft is 5 grams lighter, but here's something you probably never thought of; the paint. Well Cobra thought of it. The unpainted shaft saves 2 grams of weight and allows you to see the carbon-weave for a cool, unique look. The carbon-fiber crown saves the most weight, and allows it to be redistributed low and back to provide a high MOI. Even the grip, at 41 grams, is Cobra's lightest ever midsize grip. PWR Ridges on the top provide a subtle alignment aid and ensure you set up square to your target every time. With the weight situated low and and back in the heel, a player who tends to hit a slice will have an easier time turning the toe over and squaring up the face at impact, even off the ground.
The offset design, along with the low heel weight, is the ultimate slice-killing combination. Perfect for the amateur that needs to find more fairways with incredible distance.
F-Max Airspeed Fairway Wood Features:
- Offset shape to reduce slice
- Carbon crown
- High MOI
- Ultralite shaft
- Unpainted shaft saves 2 grams
- Light midsize grip (41 grams)
- PWR Ridges for alignment
- Low and back heel weight to square up easier at impact
- Stock shaft: Cobra AIRSPEED 45 & 50 graphite
- Men's fairway wood
- Super game improvement
- Cobra Golf
Cobra Golf, based in Carlsbad, California, is an American manufacturer of golf equipment. The company is currently a subsidiary of the German athletic apparel and sports lifestyle company Puma, which in turn is part of the French holding Kering.