Cobra Golf releases limited edition ZL driver
- By Golf Channel Digital
- Nov 7, 2010 11:37 PM ET
Cobra Golf has released its new Limited Edition ZL Driver, an all-white model loaded with the company's latest technology and an upgraded premium shaft.
Only 500 of the Limited Edition ZL Drivers are available globally, and each is individually marked with a production serial number. The Limited Edition ZL Driver utilizes advanced multi-material construction and Adjustable Flight Technology and is paired with a high performance Fujikura Motore Speeder shaft.
"The Limited Edition ZL Driver is a distinct offering for our loyal customers," said Brian Zender, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Cobra-Puma Golf. "The ZL Driver is regarded as one of the highest performing drivers in the market. The Limited Edition ZL demonstrates the unique attitude of the Cobra brand, and our focus on superior performance and innovative design."
The new driver made its Tour debut this week, as Cobra Golf staffer Ian Poulter - who plays the ZL Driver on the PGA Tour - teed up the all-white ZL Driver at the World Golf Championships-HSBC Champions event in Shanghai.
The Cobra Limited Edition ZL Driver (MSRP $625) is available in lofts of 9.5º and 10.5º, in men's right-handed with Fujikura Motore Speeder VC 6.0 stiff flex shaft. It will be available at retail Dec. 15, but can be pre-ordered through participating retailers starting Nov. 15.
Contributions from writers and editors on the Golf Channel Digital team.
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