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Cobra partners with HP to unveil 3D-printed King Supersport-35 putter



The engineers at Cobra are well known for pushing the boundaries of materials and manufacturing processes. Recently, they introduced the King Tour irons produced using MIM (Metal Injection Molding), and now they are unveiling the King Supersport-35 produced using 3D-printing technology.

Cobra King Supersport-35 putter: The details

The King Supersport-35 is a collaborative effort by Cobra with teams at both HP and Paramatech—companies that are leading the way in the mass commercialization of metal 3D-printing technology, along with help from SIK putters and its patented face insert. The King Supersport-35 is the first large scale commercially available 3D-printed putter, with the technology being using up until this point by boutique brands.

The putter is 3D-printed using 316 stainless steel and features a metal outer body filled with a complex-looking intertwined lattice structure to optimally distribute mass and create the highest-possible MOI in a blade-shaped putter. Beyond just being 3D-printed to optimize performance, the King Supersport-35 utilizes a face insert designed with the team at SIK Golf to take advantage of their patented Descending Loft Technology (DLT) to impart consistent launch and roll putt after putt.

The team at Cobra selected HP as its partner to pioneer 3D printing in golf for the same reason other companies, including Volkswagen, have in the car industry—because HP is leading the way in technology and production capabilities. HP’s Metal Jet Technology offers faster processing time and greater adaptability through the development process. Similar to how artificial intelligence allows for exponential virtual modeling, 3D printing allows the fastest way to design, prototype, and test multiple products compared to traditional manufacturing methods.

To give you an example of the effectiveness of the process, within eight months of beginning the project, HP and Cobra had created 35 different designs to showcase just how far they could push various designs using HP Metal Jet.

“At COBRA Golf we strive to deliver high-performance products that help golfers of all levels play their best and enjoy the game”

“To do that, it’s critical to use the most effective manufacturing processes to design, develop, and achieve optimal results, and we’ve certainly done that with this new putter… During the development of the KING Supersport-35 Putter, we saw immediate benefits from this process, including design freedom, rapid design iteration, and high-quality parts that meet our economic demands. 3D printing is accelerating design innovation, and this breakthrough putter will help usher in a new era for the sporting equipment industry at large.” –Jose Miraflor, Vice President of Marketing, Cobra Golf.

The future goes way beyond putters

The King Supersport-35 isn’t just intended to be a single showcase piece designed to align brands. In fact, with the launch of the putter, Cobra along with HP, have announced working on a strategic product roadmap that will take advantage of the manufacturing advantages of HP’s additive technology. There are plans to launch two additional products in 2021 that feature 3D-printed technology.

“The power of personalization enabled by 3D printing delivers completely reimagined consumer products and experiences. This first of its kind putter is a shining example of the disruptive design and production capabilities of HP Metal Jet 3D printing technology. Cobra’s commitment to innovation and competitive excellence combined with the technical expertise and leadership from Parmatech has led to a breakthrough design win for golf fans around the world.” – Uday Yadati, global head of HP Metal Jet, HP Inc.

King Supersport-35 putter: Price, Specs, and Availability

The King Supersport-35 putter is priced at $399 and will be offered in extremely limited quantities online, exclusively at, starting Friday, Nov. 20th.

It is available right-handed only at 34″ standard spec with a lightweight Lamkin Sinkfit Smart Grip. Speaking of grips, the putter comes equipped with COBRA CONNECT Powered by Arccos.


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Ryan Barath is part of the Digital Content Creation Team for GolfWRX. He hosts the "On Spec" Podcast on the GolfWRX Radio Network which focuses on discussing everything golf, including gear, technology, fitting, and course architecture. He is a club-fitter & master club builder with more than 17 years of experience working with golfers of all skill levels, including PGA Tour players. He is the former Build Shop Manager & Social Media Coordinator for Modern Golf. He now works independently from his home shop and is a member of advisory panels to a select number of golf equipment manufacturers. You can find Ryan on Twitter and Instagram where he's always willing to chat golf, and share his passion for club building, course architecture and wedge grinding.



  1. Mando

    Nov 19, 2020 at 12:43 pm

    Welcome to 1983. Took Golf this long to get in the game. LOL
    heck guns, homes, airplanes, bridges, etc. Now a putter haha….I still want one.

  2. jgpl001

    Nov 19, 2020 at 5:39 am

    Wow, persimmon woods and balata balls seem like the Stone Age era now

  3. Marcel Dubois

    Nov 18, 2020 at 2:56 pm

    A large equipment company like Cobra should be offering new releases in both right and left hand.
    This is a shank for me??

    • Dunno

      Nov 18, 2020 at 3:30 pm

      If they’re 3-D printing it, making it lefty should be about as easy as it gets…

      • SeeDiver

        Nov 19, 2020 at 12:06 pm

        It comes in LH as well as 34″ and 35″. Although looks like 35″ is already sold out.

  4. JP

    Nov 18, 2020 at 11:30 am

    That looks terrible at address! What is that in the cavity? I would have bet money they would have released this is some 43 inch armlock configuration for bryson deshampoo.

  5. John

    Nov 18, 2020 at 9:54 am

    I thought 3D printing was meant to bring prices down?

  6. What's an inch?

    Nov 17, 2020 at 6:41 pm

    How is the Kingsport 35 only available in 34″?

  7. jim

    Nov 17, 2020 at 2:04 pm

    Rick Shiels gave it the thumbs down … next ..

    • Cris

      Nov 17, 2020 at 2:37 pm

      That should settle it then. Rick is the authority in everything golf and he speaks for all of us.

    • RickyBoy

      Nov 17, 2020 at 3:42 pm

      It should be a great putter then, Ricky boy is only concerned with price of products these days!

  8. Eric Hutchens

    Nov 17, 2020 at 12:37 pm

    This putter would look great beside the MIM King irons in the bag. Pretty Cool!

  9. Paul Runyan

    Nov 17, 2020 at 12:09 pm

    Now this is what I call innovation and real technology in golf!
    Not just having a heavier weight in the toe or heel or a “special” line.

    And the in the important club in the bag! As seen on TV last week.

    I’ve always said what would a putter be with if you could get 24 putts per round or less!?

    Great Work Cobra!!!

  10. DD

    Nov 17, 2020 at 11:33 am

    Cool idea. Pretty strange that they didn’t include a picture of what the putter actually looks like at address.

    Also it only comes at 34 inches? That’s pretty weird that you can’t specify length at that price point.

    • chip75

      Nov 17, 2020 at 7:44 pm

      I think they’re only running off 500 of these, so having variations in lengths (and head weights) wasn’t a concern, although the Supersport (terrible name) 35 could have been 35″!

  11. Travis

    Nov 17, 2020 at 11:33 am

    Partnered with SIK golf, eh? They must really, really want to get Bryson into a Cobra branded putter.

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2020 GolfWRX Holiday Gift Guide: Gifts for the Golfer Looking to get Better



It’s that time of year again, GolfWRX members, the moment we start filling our wish lists with the golf gear we want this holiday season.

The GolfWRX Holiday Gift Guide was created to ensure that our readers give (and hopefully receive) the very best golf gifts on the planet. These gift ideas will suit any budget, and each item was hand-picked by our staff.

In an effort to provide more value and tailored recommendations, we’re presenting our guide as a series this year, targeting “the purist,” “the gearhead,” “the value seeker,” “the golfer looking to get better,” and “the big spender.” (Editor’s note: remaining installments to publish tomorrow)

You know the golfer looking to get better by his/her closet full of every infomercial training aid and a pursuit of forgiveness that would put the most penitent sinner to shame.

Here are our best recommendations for “golfer looking to get better” in your life.

Get a lesson

James Oh

Former tour player and now Southern California based coach to a number of fast-rising players in college and on tour, James teaches not only the swing, short game, etc., but he is also arguably one of the best Golf IQ coaches out there.

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George Gankas

Get on the mat with the hottest teacher in the U.S. and longtime coach to Matthew Wolff and Akshay Bhatia. In a few years, these appointments will be few and far between.

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James Ridyard

Short game teacher to the best—notably Francisco Molinari. A private session with James is expensive, but it’s worth the investment and then some. The best way on the planet to get your short game dialed.

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Marcus Potter

Young and nimble, Marcus Potters career has taken off via word of mouth and Instagram. Schedule an in-person or video-based session with Marcus, and you will be putting like a young Ben Crenshaw.

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Get Better at Home


The hottest training aid in 2019 continued to be fire in 2020 as players are now learning how to utilize it over the winter to hit the ground running in the spring.

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Gankas G Box

If you really want to learn how to rotate like the best players in the world, there is no better and easier-to-use aid in the market. Good indoors and out.

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SuperSpeed Sticks

No longer a secret tool on tour, the SuperSpeed Sticks offer adults and juniors the ability and training program to truly hit it longer. If you want to build true speed and learn how you hit it farther, the SuperSpeed Sticks are a necessity.

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At-home practice facility

If you’ve got the dough to do it, building a Foresight hitting bay at home is almost like cheating. Not only can you dial in your swing, your clubs, and a create sound practice routines, you can also have some fun and play multiple iconic tracks over with your friends in the comfort of your own home.

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For the SoCal crowd, buying a membership at Urban Golf Performance in Los Angeles puts you in an all-encompassing golf ecosystem that works with your body, your game, your mind and your bag. Its Equinox for golfers—and oh yeah, Collin Morikawa works out there amongst a bunch of other PGA pros and college stars.

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It’s a rabbit hole of tips, tutorials, and insight for golfers of all levels. Arguably the biggest golf platform on YouTube now offers you the VIP experience.

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2020 GolfWRX Holiday Gift Guide: Golf gifts for the Value Seeker



It’s that time of year again, GolfWRX members, the moment we start filling our wish lists with the golf gear we want this holiday season.

The GolfWRX Holiday Gift Guide was created to ensure that our readers give (and hopefully receive) the very best golf gifts on the planet. These gift ideas will suit any budget, and each item was hand-picked by our staff.

In an effort to provide more value and tailored recommendations, we’re presenting our guide as a series this year, targeting “the purist,” “the gearhead,” “the value seeker,” “the golfer looking to improve,” and “the big spender.” (Editor’s note: remaining installments to publish tomorrow)

You know the value seeker by his/her eschewing of anything that will put a significant dent into the wallet while still getting the most from their game, this includes equipment, practice tools, or anything else you might find filling out a golf bag – maybe even the golf bag itself.

Here are our best recommendations for “the value seeker” in your life.

Tour Edge Hot Launch series clubs

Tour Edge and its Hot Launch line of clubs are one of the undisputed leaders when it comes to offering game improvement technology and value to golfers of all skill levels. The newest Hot Launch 521 Series, which includes the Hot Launch E521 and Hot Launch C521 line, can be broken up into two categories to help players quickly identify which clubs they should most consider, and it goes from drivers all the way down to wedges.

The Hot Launch E Series offers high-MOI, extreme game improvement designs with a singular focus on delivering easy-to-launch performance, which is built around correcting the most common miss in golf: the dreaded slice.

The Hot Launch C Series is designed for golfers who desire classicly shaped clubs that offer optimal launch and spin rates, while still getting all the benefits of easy to hit, forgiving clubs built around maximizing MOI.

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Snell golf balls: $28.99 (when you buy 5 dozen)

The premium golf ball market if full of high-end competition from major OEMs, and in the direct to consumer market, there is value to be had at the cost of performance, but with Snell golf balls, you get the best of both worlds.

Founder Dean Snell has been in the golf ball business for over 25 years, and with Snell Golf, you can skip the middle man and go directly to the source—and save money. Beyond just saving money on one dozen, the more you buy, the more you save. When you buy 5 dozen (hopefully that’s at least a season’s worth for most golfers on your list), it breaks down to only $28.99 a box!

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Cleveland Huntington Beach Soft Premier putters: $129

Golfers love milled putters, and Cleveland Golf’s Huntington Beach Soft Premier line proves that you can get a milled putter packed with technology for under $150.

The Huntington Beach Soft Premier line is all about enhancing the looks and feel of the putter while continuing to offer familiar shapes and proven technology. The grey satin finish reduces glare and offers a premium look—without a premium price.

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GoSports Golf Practice Net: $79.99

Practicing your golf game shouldn’t just be a nice weather activity, and whether it’s winter or summer unless you are a member at a club or have already purchased a membership at a local range, buckets of golf balls can really add up.

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Golf Avenue gift card

Golf Avenue is one of the largest online shops for used clubs, and there is no better value when it comes to gear than buying used. They also offer a huge selection of new closeout priced bags, shoes, and accessories to help outfit any golfer with the essentials.

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Imperial hat: >$30

The Imperial brand is over 100 years old, but they never rest on their laurels and are constantly working on new designs and partnering with others to create unique collections. From dogs to donuts they have fun graphics and styles to find the perfect fit for any golfer on your list. You can get what amounts to a premium, custom hat at a reasonable price.

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Linksoul Gaiter Gift Box: $65

When it comes to premium face coverings that are stylish to boot, Linksoul’s offerings are first in class. And with the average price of a quality poly/cotton-blend gater running in the $20-25 range, take advance of the opportunity to snag four for $65.

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Caddy Tek CaddyLite V3 3-wheel push cart: $176

There is no better way to enjoy a round of golf than walking the course, and with the Caddy Tek CaddyLite V3 you can do that in style and at a great price. It’s compact and comes with an umbrella holder along with an undercarriage cooler bag to keep your clubs and accessories at your fingertips as you stroll the course in style.

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Gogogo ProGS24 Laser Rangefinder: $90

Nobody wants to be the “What yardage did you get?” golfer in your group, and with the Gogogo laser range finder, you won’t have to be! It can measure larger objects up to 650 yards, but also has a “flagpole locking function” to help get you locked onto the pin inside of 150 yards, along with 6X magnification for ease of use. For less than $100, it’s hard to find a better value and more highly rated (4.5 stars on laser range finder!

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GolfWRX Classifieds (11/23/20): Tour issue TaylorMade M5, Ping G410 LST, Jones Trooper bag



At GolfWRX, we love golf equipment plain and simple.

We are a community of like-minded individuals that all experience and express our enjoyment for the game in many ways. It’s that sense of community that drives day-to-day interactions in the forums on topics that range from best driver to what marker you use to mark your ball, it even allows us to share another thing – the equipment itself.

One of the best ways to enjoy equipment is to experiment and whether you are looking to buy-sell-or trade (as the name suggests) you can find almost anything in the GolfWRX BST Forum. From one-off custom Scotty Cameron Circle T putters, to iron sets, wedges, and barely hit drivers, you can find it all in our constantly updated marketplace.

These are some of the latest cool finds from the GolfWRX BST, and if you are curious about the rules to participate in the BST Forum you can check them out here: GolfWRX BST Rules

Member mykdel – Jones Utility Trooper bag

Jones makes some of the nicest carry bags on the market for walkers and this Utility Trooper is in amazing shape and for a crazy good price – best to act fast on this one.

To see the full listing and additional pictures check out the link here: Jones Trooper bag 

Member mupepperbuy – Ping G410 LST driver

The only thing nicer than the G410 LST driver are these pictures of said driver for sale. Even with the G410, the G400 LST continues to be popular with golfers of all skill levels thanks to its low spin performance and stability.

To see the full listing and additional pictures check out the link here: Ping G400 LST

Member Snipzky9 – TaylorMade Tour Issue M5 driver head

Unlike the modern SIM, the TaylorMade M5 was never released to the public in an 8° head – only as a tour issue item, which makes this head particularly rare.

To see the full listing and additional pictures check out the link here: M5 Tour Head

Remember that you can always browse the GolfWRX Classifieds any time here in our forums: GolfWRX Classifieds

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