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GolfWRX Launch Report: 2023 Cobra AeroJet drivers, fairway woods, hybrids



Cobra AeroJet drivers and fairway woods

What you need to know: Building on the LTDx platform, Cobra’s new AeroJet family of drivers includes three models: AeroJet LS, AeroJet, and AeroJet Max. An elevated, internal bridge structure (PWR-Bridge Weighting) in the sole of the club is the centerpiece technology of the line, which places CG low and forward.

2023 Cobra AeroJet drivers: What’s new, key technology

Advanced Aerodynamic Shaping: Producing 1.5 mph more clubhead speed in robot testing compared to the LTD line, AeroJet drivers feature progressive aerodynamic shaping and unique weighting configurations for maximum clubhead speed and precise mass configuration.

PWR-Bridge Weighting: Suspended in the sole of the club like a bridge, the 13-gram PWR-Bridge positions CG low and forward for spin reduction and a flexible sole for enhanced energy transfer.

PWRSHELL Face Insert: This technology, debuting for the first time in a Cobra driver, produces a larger sweet spot.

H.O.T. Face (Highly Optimized Topology): An A.I. designed variable thickness face produces more efficient spin and speed across the clubface.

Thin-ply carbon fiber raw finish…in the club’s crown and sole is 30 percent thinner than “normal carbon fiber,” according to the company, contributing to lower CG and more discretionary mass for engineers to dial in launch and spin.

Jason Dufner’s Cobra AeroJet LS driver

An in-hand look at Jason Dufner’s Cobra AeroJet driver on Tour.

Additional model details

AeroJet LS

  • Low launch, low spin
  • Neutral to fade-biased
  • Smaller profile at address
  • 2 weight ports in the sole (with 12g and 3g weights) are positioned forward in the heel and toe


  • 12-gram fixed back weight for higher launch, MOI
  • Higher launching than the LS while still being low spinning 
  • Neutral shot shape

AeroJet Max

  • Maximum stability with an optional draw bias
  • Placing the 12-gram weight in the rear, 3 gram in the heel = stability with a small draw bias
  • Placing 12-gram weight in the heel = more substantial draw bias

What Cobra says

“The aerodynamic package in the new AeroJet family of drivers is our most advanced to date,” said Mike Yagley, Vice President of Innovation, COBRA Golf. “We continue to balance the aggressive streamlining with optimum mass and resilience properties to give players maximum club head speed and ball launch characteristics for increased distance.”

Pricing and availability

Price: $549

AeroJet LS: 9, 10.5 degrees

Comes in RH/LH with a choice of 3 premium aftermarket shafts in select flexes including: MCA Kai’li White 60 (x-stiff and stiff); Project X HZRDUS Black Gen4 (stiff) and MCA KAI’LI Blue 60 (Regular). Lamkin Crossline grips come standard.  

AeroJet: 9, 10.5, 12 degrees

Comes in RH/LH with a choice of 3 premium aftermarket shafts in select flexes including: MCA Kai’li White 60 (x-stiff and stiff); MCA KAI’LI Blue 60 (regular and stiff), and UST Mamiya Helium Nanocore 4 (Lite), and 5 (Regular). Lamkin Crossline grips comes standard.  

AeroJet Max: 9, 10.5 12 degrees

Comes in RH/LH with a choice of 2 premium aftermarket shafts in select flexes: MCA Kai’li Blue 60 (regular and stiff), and UST Mamiya Helium Nanocore 4 (Lite) and 5 (Regular). Lamkin Crossline grips comes standard.  

AeroJet Max is also available in a women’s edition. 

At retail: February 10

More photos

Cobra AeroJet

Cobra Aerojet Max

Cobra AeroJet LS

2023 Cobra AeroJet fairway woods


What you need to know: Like the AeroJet drivers, 2023 Cobra AeroJet fairway woods feature PWR-Bridge weighting, PWRSHELL, and H.O.T. Face technology as well as carbon fiber crowns. CG is low and forward for speed and low spin. AeroJet LSM, AeroJet, AeroJet Max. 

Jason Dufner’s Cobra AeroJet 3-wood

AeroJet LSM

  • Low-spin model
  • Forward weighting for lower trajectories, more workability
  • Two forward weight ports with 12g and 3g weights that can be positioned in the heel or toe.

Gary Woodland’s Cobra AeroJet LSM 3-wood


  • Aimed at the widest segment of the fitting bell curve
  • 12g fixed weight is in the rear of the sole for forgiveness, high launch

AeroJet Max

  • Most forgiving model
  • Draw bias
  • 12g and 3g weights can be positioned in the back or the heel of the sole

Pricing, specs, and availability

Price: $329

AeroJet LSM fairway is offered with the MCA Kai’li White 70 shaft in stiff and x-stiff flex, and a Lamkin Crossline grip. Loft offerings include a 3W with a nominal loft of and 14.5 (adjustable between 13.0 – 16), and a 5W with a nominal loft of 17.5 (adjustable between 16 – 19).

The AeroJet fairway is offered with a choice of UST Helium Nanocore 5F2 in Lite flex or Kai’li Blue 60 in regular or stiff flexes. Loft offering include 15 (3W) which is adjustable from 13.5 to 16.5, 18 (5W) adjustable from 16.5 to 19.5, and 21 (7W) adjustable from 19.5 to 22.5.

AeroJet Max shaft choices include UST Helium Nanocore (5F2 Lite or 5F3 Reg flex) or Kai’li Blue 60 in stiff flex. Loft offering include 15.5 (3W) adjustable from 14 to 17, 18.5 (5W) adjustable from 17 to 20, and 21.5 (7W) adjustable from 20 to 23.

AeroJet Max is also available in a women’s model (available in 3W (18.5) adjustable between 17.0 to 20.0, 5W (21.5) adjustable between 20.0 to 23.0, 7W (24.5) adjustable between 23.0 to 26.0.

AeroJet hybrids

AeroJet hybrids

  • New shape with lower heel, more rounded crown, and slightly raised aft
  • PWR-BRIDGE weighting

AeroJet One Length

Both the standard AeroHet hybrid (available in 2H (17 degrees), 3H (19 degrees), 4H (21 degrees), 5H (24 degrees), and 6H (28 degrees), and One Length model (available in 3H (19 degrees), 4H (21 degrees), 5H (24 degrees) come with KBS PGI premium aftermarket shafts (85 -S, 75-R, 65 -A), and Lamkin Crossline grips standard. MSRP: $279

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    Jan 9, 2023 at 2:50 pm

    Getting pricey compared to where they have been, which was one of Cobra’s biggest advantages.

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Why Wesley Bryan is playing two 4-irons this week



Editor’s note: This is an excerpt from a piece our Andrew Tursky originally wrote for’s Equipment Report. Head over there for the full article. 

…Flash forward to THE CJ CUP Byron Nelson 2024 at TPC Craig Ranch in Texas, and Bryan is still playing with a mixed Takomo set, except he’s added a new 101 U 4-iron, plus a Titleist T200 4-iron, and he’s dropping his 5-iron.

That bears repeating: Bryan is switching to an iron setup that consists of two 4-irons and no 5-iron.

On paper, that looks wrong, but when you look at yardage gapping instead of the number on the sole of the iron, things start to make more sense.

As Bryan explained to on Tuesday in Texas, his Takomo 301 CB 6-iron goes about 195-200 yards. Then, his new hollow-bodied Takomo 101U Driving Iron, which he recently started testing “a couple weeks ago” and bent about 2 degrees weak, goes about 220 yards, and the Titleist T200 4-iron goes about 235 yards.

Speaking on his new Takomo 101U Driving Iron, which sells for $119, Bryan had this to say:

“It’s super forgiving and launches high, and it has a bit longer of a profile to where it looks really good,” said Bryan. “If people are willing to play something that doesn’t have an expensive price tag on their club…[I started testing it] in the last couple weeks and it’s in the bag.

“I just made it like 2 degrees weaker. Basically that gap from 205 to 225 I was in a little bit of a dead space, so I’m going to try and fill that gap better.”

Check out Wesley Bryan’s full WITB here.

Read the rest of the article at 

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Most forgiving players irons? – GolfWRXers discuss



In our forums, our members have been discussing players irons. WRXer ‘NorthTXGolf’ is on the hunt for some new irons but is putting a priority on forgiveness, and has reached out to fellow members who have been sharing their thoughts and advice on the subject in our forum.

Here are a few posts from the thread, but make sure to check out the entire discussion and have your say at the link below.

  • Sam217: “i230 has got to be one of the most forgiving players irons available. Cobra King Tour another. Don’t sleep on the New Level 480 DB coming out soon.”
  • RangeBaller: “ZX5/ZX7 and i230 should definitely be in your testing pool.”
  • YAMS49: “Another I210 homie here… Very highly recommended if you want/need spin and a consistent yardage.”
  • golf-RN: “I second the Cobra King Tour irons. I am not the greatest ballstriker by any stretch of the imagination and I find the King Tours very forgiving. Toe strikes might lose 5 or 6 yards with no directional loss. You definitely feel the miss though lol but mishits from the center aren’t punished too hard regarding distance.”

Entire Thread: “Most forgiving Players irons? – GolfWRXers discuss”

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Coolest thing for sale in the GolfWRX Classifieds (5/2/24): Mack Made Rahmbo putter



At GolfWRX, we are a community of like-minded individuals that all experience and express our enjoyment of 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 we all love – buying and selling equipment.

Currently, in our GolfWRX buy/sell/trade (BST) forum, there is a listing for a Mack Made Rahmbo putter.

From the seller: (@rkochies4580): “Picked this up recently here on WRX. Absolutely stunning piece of work. Putter is stainless steel, slight toe hang, 354 grams, 34” length. New grip and nice headcover. $525.”

To check out the full listing in our BST forum, head through the link: Mack Made Rahmbo putter

This is the most impressive current listing 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

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