According to Cobra Golf engineers, the key attribute of the company’s new Amp Cell fairways and hybrids is the way they allow players to better manage their distance gaps in that part of the bag.
That’s because the fairway metals are available in a 3-4 model as well as a 5-7, and those can be adjusted into eight different lofts. As for the hybrids, they come in 2-3, 3-4 and 4-5 versions that can provide 10 lofts of their own.
“Our research shows that most golfers are playing the wrong loft,” said Bob Philion, president of Cobra Puma Golf. “These clubs eliminate that worry by providing golfers the ability to adjust the loft on their own to find the perfect fit.”
In addition, the Amp Cell fairways and hybrids utilize Cobra’s SmartPad technology which enables players to keep a square face at address, regardless of the loft setting while still providing for workability by letting them slightly open or close the clubface.
And the club manufacturer employs what it calls Advanced Placement Material and Cell technology on the clubfaces to produce faster ball speeds on mis-hits for greater distance and higher Moment of Inertia (MOI) for enhanced forgiveness.
As is the case with the Cobra Amp Cell drivers, the fairways and hybrids in this line are available in the sort of flashy colors associated with the brand since Puma bought it in 2010: Directoire Blue, Silver, Vibrant Orange and Barbados Red. The sole of each club features a curved Cell band that is the same hue on the crown.
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