The Cobra Fly-Z XL Line-Up Makes Golf Easy Again

The Cobra Fly-Z XL line is geared towards the player looking for maximum forgiveness and distance with the added help of an offset clubface. The XL line features the Speed Channel Face, Back Zone Center of Gravity (CG) and Crown Zone weighting; all new technologies for the Fly-Z line of woods. The irons also have innovative technologies that will improve launch and spin rates for more accurate shots from all lies.

If you have trouble with a slice, then the Cobra Fly-Z XL line would be a perfect fit to finding more fairways and more greens!

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Fly-Z XL Driver

The Cobra Fly-Z XL driver features an offset clubface and features a multi-material design constructed with a 6-4 titanium body and a 6-4 forged titanium face. This combination of materials paired with the Speed Channel Face and E9 Face weighting produce unrivaled distance with a solid feel. Cobra has also added additional weight located in the back of the driver, creating a low and deep CG that provides a stable clubhead at impact resulting in straighter shots on off-center shots. The shaft in the Cobra Fly-Z XL is a Matrix 60 gram with mid torque and a low kick point enhancing the playability of this driver.

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Fly-Z XL Fairway

The Cobra Fly-Z XL fairway wood also features an offset clubface. The Speed Channel Face, Crown Zone weighting, and the back CG zone weighting all combine to give this fairway a low, deep CG that promotes tremendous distance and forgiveness. Golfers seeking a higher, more consistent ball flight will benefit from this fairway wood. The fairway wood is constructed from a 17-4 stainless steel which provides exceptional ball speeds and feel.

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Fly-Z XL Hybrid

If you want the easiest hybrid to hit with higher ball flights, then the Cobra Fly-Z XL hybrid is THE club. With the offset clubface, Speed Channel Face and Back Zone CG weighting, this club can only do one thing; hit it long and straight. Combine those technologies with a stainless steel 17-4 body and the Matrix shaft, this hybrid produces a feel that’s solid and consistent. Put this hybrid in play and your playing partners are going to wonder why you’re hitting more greens then they are!

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Fly-Z XL Irons

The Cobra Fly-Z XL irons are innovative designs that prove to be a significant upgrade in the game-improvement line. These irons feature the Speed Channel Sole that’s engineered to provide some flex at impact, promoting fast ball speeds on all shots. Cobra has also added a thermoplastic urethane insert positioned directly behind the impact zone allowing for superior feel and sound at impact. The long and mid-irons (3-8) feature a dual cavity with a hollow lower half to create a lower and deeper CG that delivers an easy launch with extreme forgiveness. Also, the progressive offset design gives each iron an optimal trajectory, level of forgiveness and performance throughout the set.

What’s all this talk about the Cobra Fly-Z XL line-up mean for you? Higher launch with greater stopping power coupled with more distance throughout the set!

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Alan Unruh, PGA

Alan Unruh is a Class “A” member of the PGA of America, and holds PGA Certifications in General Management, Golf Operations and Player Development. With these certifications, he is among the 1% of PGA members that hold multiple PGA Certifications. He has a profound passion for the game of golf along with extensive experience and knowledge regarding planning and strategy for golf operations, rules of golf, tournament operations and golf swing fundamentals. Alan has also played a crucial role helping manage multiple high profile tournaments throughout his career including the USGA Women’s U.S. Open, PGA and LPGA Tour events, and multiple NCAA and AJGA events.

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