Cobra has released 1,800 units of a special Masters Edition AMP Cell Driver, which are painted green, yellow and white and marked “1 of 1800″ to celebrate the season’s first major.

The driver comes with matching green Lamkin 3Gen grip, head cover and wrench, as well as a non-modified Mitsubishi Rayon Diamana White Board 60-gram shaft in stiff and regular flexes at 45.75 inches.

It also features the same MyFly and SmartPad technologies as the AMP Cell, which allow golfers to adjust the loft from 8.5 degrees to 11.5 degrees without significantly changing the face angle.

“We are aiming to be the most desirable brand in golf,” said Jose Miraflor, Cobra’s director of product marketing, in a company press release. “(The Masters is) one of the most exciting times of the golf season and this limited edition driver builds off of that energy.”

The drivers will carry a street price of $399.


The AMP Cell was originally announced last September (click here to read the story), and was first released to the public in mid-February. It came with four different color options (red, blue, silver and orange).

Click here to watch a hilarious video about the AMP Cell driver and Cobra’s other new products for 2013 with GolfWRX Managing Editor Zak Kozuchowski, actor John O’Hurley and Cobra’s Vice President of of R&D, Tom Preece. 

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    • the best iron in the market is cobra amp cell pro combo I don’t thik that walmart ave does cobra I call the undergound compagnie

  1. isn’t that what the article indicated? “as well as a non-modified Mitsubishi Rayon Diamana White Board 60-gram shaft in stiff and regular flexes at 45.75 inches.”

  2. I have pre-ordered one thru Golfsmith (don’t need it since I’m nuking my 913 D3 with Bassara S, but this just looks so cool I couldn’t resist), however, counter to the information in your article it is being offered with Diamana WHITEBOARD!

  3. i sure cannot afford one of these and i dont think any of my playing partners can … its no wonder folks are leaving golf with the prices of clubs and green fees