Hybrids Explained

    Cobra King F7 Hybrid Golf Club Review
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    The Cobra King F7 Hybrid golf club retails for $199 (MSRP) and it makes for the company’s first hybrid to use their proprietary rails technology for achieving ultimate forgiveness. For optimizing distance, the Cobra King F7 Hybrid comes with an adjustable loft, while the Baffler dual rails system makes for a versatile and more consistent hybrid than ever before. You can play this baby from the rough, from the fairway of even from places from which you may not think you’d be able to play at all. Versatility is the name of the game in any hybrid, and the Cobra King F7 really does an amazing job in this department. This railed hybrid is not for everyone, that’s a given, but if you’re frequently finding yourself hitting from difficult lies, the Cobra King F7 Hybrid will definitely help you. The 18 gram weight location in the Cobra King F7 Hybrid makes for a back center of gravity design.

    However, the state of the art MyFly8 adjustment system will provide you with numerous trajectory tweaking possibilities. The face boasts an insert built from 455 steel which gives it more speed and distance and Cobra’s Research and Development engineers really centered the CG in the F7’s design, thus creating a hybrid which plays almost neutral. I know that’s hard to believe, but there’s absolutely no pre-engineered draw bias and that really helps with reducing those awful hooks that tend to happen when playing hybrids with so many of us. The Cobra King F7 Hybrid will hold greens without sacrificing distance in the process. Cobra had the adjustability figured out perfectly in this hybrid, making launching the ball high really easy, while the rails help with the turf interaction, improving playability.