With inspiration from a Formula 1 race car, the King Speedzone driver from Cobra Golf is built with 6 optimized zones to maximize speed and power. The CNC Infinity Milled Face is the first in golf, as the milled hitting area has been increased by 95% which leads to maximum ball speeds across the entire face. A new T-Bar Chassis reduced the amount of titanium needed, so a stronger frame was created to withstand high speed impact with better feel and stability. The 360 carbon crown wraps around 50% of the head and saves 25% of discretionary weight, which was then redistributed to increase forgiveness. 69 grams of mass is pushed as low as possible for the ultimate combination of high launch and low spin. Speedzone mishits fly higher and straighter due to the wide-body car design, which leads to an incredibly high MOI.
The Speedzone Xtreme is formulated for women's swing speeds. It has a larger head-shape with a 6 gram adjustable weight on the sole, and a fixed 17 gram tungsten weight in the back. This creates the highest MOI of any Cobra driver. The Xtreme launches a little higher and spins just a hair more than the standard model, so it is a good fit for the player who needs to hit long, high, and straight. An adjustable tip allows the player to change loft and trajectory settings, and each grip contains the Cobra Connect Sensor powered by Arccos. This chip syncs with the app and can track club performance.
Women's King Speedzone Xtreme Driver Features:
- Inspired by a Formula 1 race car
- Constructed with 6 zones
- CNC milled face
- T-Bar Chassis reinforces frame
- 360 carbon wrap saves 50% of weight
- Adjustable sole weights & fixed back weight
- Adjustable loft tip
- High launch, mid spin
- Size: 460cc
- Larger shape
- Arccos Cobra Connect Grip
- Stock shaft: UST Heluim 4 graphite
- Women's driver
- Speedzone Xtreme
- 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.