- Terry Koehler on Hogan irons of the past and futurePosted 1 day ago
- Golf Gadgets: The Good, The Fad and The FunkyPosted 2 days ago
Spotted: Cobra Fly Z+ Forged irons
Cobra’s new Fly Z+ Forged irons, the apparent successor to Cobra’s Bio Cell+ irons, were spotted at the 2014 Hero World Challenge in Rickie Fowler’s bag by way of his 3-iron. Related: Click here to see Fowler’s WITB...
- Posted 17 days ago
Cobra Fly-Z XL Drivers, Fairway Woods, Hybrids and Irons
There’s game-improvement clubs, and then there’s the next step — clubs that get the job done by any means necessary. Cobra’s Fly-Z XL drivers, fairway woods, hybrids and irons are the latter. They’re designed for high-handicap golfers...
- Posted 39 days ago
Cobra Fly Z and Fly Z+ Drivers, Fairway Woods and Hybrids
Cobra’s Fly-Z ($329) and Fly-Z+ ($399) drivers will be in stores on Jan. 23, 2015. Cells and bright colors? Maybe you were skeptical of Cobra’s Bio Cell line of drivers, fairway woods and hybrids. They looked cool...
- Posted 46 days ago
Leaked: Cobra’s new Fly-Z Pro irons
Check out the photos of Cobra’s new Fly-Z Pro irons that were leaked on our forum. The biggest change from their predecessor, Cobra’s AMP Cell Pro irons, is the addition of tungsten to their toes to boost...
- Posted 59 days ago
Poulter leaves Cobra-Puma Golf
Long-time Cobra Golf staffer Ian Poulter has split with the equipment brand. I can officially say i am No longer a @cobragolf or @PUMAGolf endorsed player. I will let you know my New endorsement partners very soon....
- Posted 66 days ago
Review: Cobra Bio Cell Pro Driver
Pros: The Cobra Bio Cell Pro has the lowest center of gravity of any Cobra driver, producing a low-spinning cannonball off the tee. It’s one of the best options for high-speed golfers who need to get their...
- Posted 164 days ago
Review: Ladies Cobra Bio Cell Driver
Pros: The Bio Cell technology on the crown works to push the weight low and forward, which adds distance and also leaves a cool tortoise shell design. Also, the color options and ability to adjust loft allows...
- Posted 165 days ago
2014 Gear Trials: Best Fairway Woods
What are the best fairway woods in golf? That question is more difficult to answer than other club categories, such as drivers and irons, because of all the different ways golfers use their fairway woods. Some players...
- Posted 169 days ago
Review: Cobra BiO Cell and BiO Cell+ Irons
Pros: Improved ball speeds across the face can add distance and consistency in both models. The large footprint of the BiO Cell irons offers great forgiveness throughout the set. Cons: An angular graphics package won’t please traditionalists, and...
- Posted 209 days ago
Cobra Design Lab offers totally custom Bio Cell+ drivers
One of the most impressive performers in our 2014 Gear Trials: Best Drivers club test was Cobra’s Bio Cell+ driver, even though it didn’t crack the top-5 in our “Distance-First,” “Forgiveness-First” and Balanced Performance” categories. How do we...
- Posted 215 days ago
Cobra to release new Bio Cell Pro driver
Cobra has announced the release of its new Bio Cell Pro, a 440cc driver that the company says has the lowest center of gravity of any of its 2014 drivers. The Bio Cell Pro is the driver...
- Posted 221 days ago
Review: Cobra Bio Cell Hybrids
Pros: The standard Bi0 Cell hybrid is hot, high-launching and quite versatile. MyFly8 adjustability allows you to dial in your preferred trajectory and ensure you have all yardage gaps covered. Driver-like face construction and strategically located Bio...
- Posted 234 days ago
Review: Bio Cell and Bio Cell+ Fairway Woods
Pros: The standard BiO Cell fairway is hot, high-launching and playable from darn near everywhere. The BiO Cell+ is just as explosive, but offers a smaller, more compact profile that attracts better players looking for more workability...
- Posted 235 days ago
Review: Cobra BiO Cell and BiO Cell+ Drivers
Pros: Both models offer a high level of forgiveness across the face and impressive ball speeds. The custom shaft options in the Bio Cell + driver are awesome. Cons: The aggressive color scheme isn’t for everyone, and the...
- Posted 243 days ago
Recap: Live Q&A with Cobra Golf
On March 26, the R&D team for COBRA PUMA GOLF joined us for a live Q&A with GolfWRX members. The experts at COBRA Golf HQ in Southern California gathered in the board room to answer all things COBRA. Check out...
- Posted 273 days ago
Cobra unveils Masters-inspired Bio Cell Driver
Cobra’s Bio Cell driver is already available in six different colors, but for a limited time it will be available in seven. Just like last year, the company has added Masters-themed aesthetics to its latest driver. For...
- Posted 290 days ago
Review: Cobra Tour Trusty Wedges
Pros: The wedges have an high-friction face design, aggressive grooves and a versatile Tour Notch K-grind. Available in lofts of 62 and 64 degrees, if that’s your thing. Cons: Not as many bounce options as market share...
- Posted 319 days ago
A Look at Major OEMs’ January Golf Club Patents
Many of the patents major OEMs apply for with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office take several months to a year to get published, or made public. In other words, companies begin working on a technology and apply...
- Posted 322 days ago
Cobra Bio Cell+ Fairway Woods
Cobra’s new Bio Cell+ fairway woods are designed with better players in mind, with a lower, more forward center of gravity than the company’s Bio Cell fairway woods to promote a more penetrating trajectory. “In an effort...
- Posted 338 days ago
Cobra BiO Cell+ Irons: In-hand photos and comparison pics
Check out out in-hand and comparison photos of Cobra’s new Bio Cell+ irons, which are smaller and have less offset than the company’s Bio Cell irons that were unveiled in November. The Bio Cell+ irons include much of...
- Posted 345 days ago
Blixt extends contract with Cobra-Puma
Cobra-Puma Golf announced today that Jonas Blixt has extended his partnership with the company, keeping Cobra clubs in his bag and Puma gear in his wardrobe for the 2014 season. Cobra-Puma do not sponsor a large quantity...
- Posted 368 days ago
Lexi Thompson signs extension with Cobra-Puma Golf
18-year-old Lexi Thompson, who turned pro in 2010, has played some pretty decent golf as of late. If you’ve been entirely tuned out to what’s happening on LPGA Tour, she recently won her second LPGA Tour event...
- Posted 374 days ago
Tech Talk: Cobra BiO Cell + Driver
Magnesium, aluminum, zinc, copper and zirconium. Those are the five materials that were used to make the “Venollum” crown on Cobra’s new BiO Cell Plus driver, which is 4.1 grams lighter than the 6-4 titanium crown used...
- Posted 404 days ago
Cobra BiO Cell driver, fairway woods, hybrids and irons
Cobra has color cornered in its new line of BiO Cell drivers, fairway woods and hybrids, which are available in club heads painted blue, red, silver, orange and black. Also see the new for 2014 Cobra Bio...
- Posted 404 days ago
A Look into Cobra’s Venom Vault
Cobra’s Venom Vault has opened, and in it are “EXTREMELY” limited-edition and tour-only clubs. Available in the Vault are low-lofted drivers made specifically for the long drive tour, heads with in custom colors and samples and prototypes...
- Posted 417 days ago
TaylorMade’s Tom Olsavsky to join Cobra-Puma Golf
Tom Olsavsky, senior director of product creation at TaylorMade, will replace Tom Preece as the vice president of research and development for Cobra-Puma Golf. Olsavsky, 49, spent 17 years at TaylorMade, the last seven in his current...
- Posted 417 days ago
Cobra changes the odds with its new Tour Trusty wedges
In May, Cobra unveiled its Tour Trusty wedge with a limited release that allowed golfers to buy the tour-inspired wedge five months early. As it turns out, those who bought one of the 1600 limited-edition wedges have a rarer...
- Posted 457 days ago
2013 Best Hybrids
There’s a lot fewer long irons played on the PGA Tour these days than in years past. That’s because the pros have realized that some of the long irons they used to play aren’t as consistent as...
- Posted 470 days ago
Best Drivers 2013: Editors’ Choice
his year’s crop of drivers seem to have more buzz than we’re used to. Even though golf’s ruling bodies capped the COR (coefficient of restitution) limit on drivers to 0.83 and clubhead size to 460cc more than...
- Posted 504 days ago