RADSPEED Big Tour Fairway Wood

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Cobra RADSPEED Big Tour Fairway Wood

RAD delivers radical distance in the new RADSPEED Wood family by Cobra. Radial Weighting Technology (RAD) is the strategic placing of weight relative to the center of gravity. Increasing the distance between the front and back weights equates to faster ball speeds and more forgiveness.  Hit the best shots of your life with the combination of ultra low spin, super-high ball speed, and extreme forgiveness. Radial Weighting optimizes the spin to increase launch angle and ensure green stopping power. 

The Big Tour Fairway Wood has a slightly oversize profile and is for the high spin player looking to bring down their launch angle. 

Forward Biased Radial Weighting The frame of the RADSPEED Big Tour Fairway Wood features 23 total grams of internal front weight to produce a lower launch with incredibly high ball speed. 

Thin-Ply Carbon Wrap Crown The crown is constructed of a new carbon-fiber material that is 30% thinner which allows an extra 6 grams of discretionary weight to be repositioned for optimal performance.

Hollow Split Rails Hollow Baffler Rails create 70% more flex from heel to toe and improved turf interaction to ensure a higher launch and no loss of ball speed.

CNC Milled Infinity Face The infinity edge face expands the milled area by 95%, increasing ball speed across the entire face.

Head Size: 173cc 3-wood

Cobra Connect Grip Powered by Arccos and works in relation with the Caddie App to track on-course data. Free 90-day trial.

Colors: Turbo Yellow/Matte Black

Available lofts: 13.5° *Adjustable

Stock shafts: Fujikura Motore X F1

Stock grip: Lamkin Crossline Black

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.

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