Cobra have some big hitting players gaming their drivers, most notably Bryson DeChambeau and Rickie Fowler. Here we take a look at the top performing Cobra drivers for 2023

Cobra manufacture all sorts of golf equipment and apparel, but their most popular range of kit is their golf drivers.

Their range of drivers rank as some of the best around, and are used by the likes of Bryson DeChambeau and Rickie Fowler on tour.

Cobra’s newest range of innovative and performance-packed drivers is the Aerojet line, which replaces the LTDx range from last year. It includes three different types of head, all of which our reviews team have tested: the Aerojet, Aerojet LS and Aerojet Max drivers.

But if it’s not Cobra you’re after, our buying guides homepage is the place to go to find the best golf equipment and apparel reviews. Maybe you’re wanting a new Ping G430 driver, or even a shiny new set of Cobra irons for the 2023 season? Whatever takes your fancy, we’ve got you covered.

Anyway, we assess which is the best Cobra driver ever, along with a list of the best Cobra drivers for high handicappers, best Cobra drivers for mid handicap golfers, best Cobra drivers for beginners and even the best Cobra drivers for seniors.

Best Cobra Drivers 2023

Cobra Aerojet driver

5 star review
Reviewed by Hannah Holden

This product is giving me aerospace or racing car vibes. Everything from the colour scheme to the shaping is screaming fast. You can see the sole is significantly more curved than we saw with the previous Cobra LTDx model this was to make the head more aerodynamic and help drive up club head speeds.

Straight away, it was clear just how easy this club is to launch. It also felt super easy to hit and I could very easily get the ball a long way down the fairway despite where the ball was struck on the club face. If you are someone who struggles to launch the ball, this could be a perfect option.

Overall this is one of the best cobra drivers of all time and a great performing driver and when you take into account the price point it is a club that is hard to overlook.


  • Great distance
  • Will suit lots of golfers
  • Slight draw bias


  • Some players may hit too high

Cobra Aerojet LS driver

4.5 star review
Reviewed by Tom Irwin

The carbon crown gives way to an all-black line across the top of the face, which combined with the centred Cobra symbol makes for easy alignment, whilst being unfussy. I quite like how all the go faster stripes are on the sole, whilst the bit I can see at address is much more understated. Like a classic sports car where all the grunt is under the hood.

As a result of all of those curves, the Aerojet driver is seriously aerodynamic. The sole and the crown have more curve than the 2022 Cobra LTDx LS, and it shows in the speeds. My club head speeds are variable depending on the state of my back and how cold it is and on a damp range. First up, I was delighted with numbers averaging around 110mph

In summary, It really does feel like a driver-you-can game. A little squeezed fade is no problem, getting it to draw somewhat harder, but when you open your shoulders from a high tee, downwind all of that confidence, speed and the low spin really pays off. It is seriously long, as are the fairway woods, all in all, a really interesting option for your new golf clubs; watch out Lexi Thompson there is a new bomber in town.


  • Very cool looks, screams go faster!
  • Flat set up = anti left!
  • Very compact head


  • Needs a re-grip for my average hands

Cobra Aerojet Max driver

5 star review
Cobra Aerojet Max driver review
Reviewed by Hannah Holden

Although this has a slightly larger, more elongated shape than the rest of the Aerojet driver family you still get the increased curvature on the sole and the fast feel of the rest of the Aerojet models.

This has the biggest shaping in the range but I don’t think you can massively tell. It sits really nicely behind the golf ball and the slightly longer front to back length of the crown is very confidence inspiring.

Straight away, it was clear just how much more draw bias this was than the Aerojet or the Aerojet LS models. I didn’t have one ball finish to the right of the target line which is perfect for players who lose the ball to the right and want to straighter out their ball flight.

Overall this is another great driver from Cobra. It is seriously worth checking out if you are fed up of missing the fairway to the right and also if you want something easy to hit high and need a driver that spins more.


  • Great distance
  • Will suit lots of golfers
  • Very draw bias


  • Some players may spin too much

The Best Cobra drivers 2023

How do we test drivers?

At National Club Golfer we are passionate about producing accurate and thorough reviews and make sure our testing process is rigorous so we get a good understanding of how each club performs.

Each driver is hit with TP5 golf balls to allow us to collect launch monitor data with our in-house TrackMan and Flightscope. After this it is time to head out onto the golf course and test the clubs in practice and competition play. We do this across a variety of golf clubs in our base of Yorkshire.

What is important when buying a new driver?

When buying a new driver it is important to know what you want from that club to help you improve.

Most people are looking for more distance, each driver model is optimised for different things. Depending on your swing and your impact conditions, you may not actually hit the model that is advertised as the longest, the furthest. So if you want more distance it is always worth giving different models a hit before you make a decision.

For most golfers, especially high handicappers, something that is more forgiving is going to yield the best performance. Most forgiving golf drivers have a slightly bigger club head with perimeter weighting for high MOI. They also have a center of gravity that is further back to help players get more height on their shots.

Do you want something that is draw bias? There are so many models out there to help with slice correction, it would be silly not to take a look if you see your ball disappearing into the right trees too often. A closed face and draw bias weighting can get you hitting straighter shots in no time at all.

Don’t forget about the shaft either. Getting the correct shaft can help dial in your spin, launch angle and can also give you some extra distance. Having a club fitting or trying different options with your local pro can really improve the performance of your new driver.

The Best Cobra Drivers 2023: FAQ’s

What is the latest Cobra driver?

The Aerojet line from Cobra includes all their latest driver models. There are three options available, the Aerojet Max is the most forgiving model, and is also the most draw-biased. The Aerojet LS is a low-spin offering aimed at maximising distance. Finally, the Aerojet is Cobra’s easy to launch offering for mid to high handicappers.

What’s different in the latest Cobra drivers?

Cobra are back for 2023 with the replacement to last year’s LTDx range. The line-up includes three drivers, three fairway woods, a hybrid and a set of game improvement irons.

This year’s big story behind the Aerojet driver range is new aerodynamic shapings to drive up club head speeds. The sole and crown of the driver are much more curved to make the club head more streamlined and reduce drag as you swing the golf club.

Next up is the new Pwr-bridge technology on the sole. This is essentially a suspended bridge weight design that creates unrestricted flexibility of the face and sole and positions the CG low and forwards to create faster ball speeds. 

Cobra has used artificial intelligence to design a club face with variable thicknesses on the back. This ensures spin and speed stay consistent even of off-centre strikes.

There are three drivers in the new Aerojet range. The low-spinning LS, the mid-range Aerojet and the forgiving draw bias Aerojet Max driver.

What Cobra drivers do the pros use?

Currently there are four tour players among the top players in the world gaming Cobra drivers. This list includes Hideki Matsuyama, Bryson DeChambeau and Rickie Fowler.

These players are using Cobra equipment, not just their drivers, in fact!

Ben Outhwaite

Marketing Editor

Ben is National Club Golfer's Marketing Editor and the latest addition to our golf equipment review team. He specialises in testing golf bags, beginner golf club sets, apparel and golf accessories. He also collates our buying guides so you know which are the latest and greatest bits of golf equipment on the market. Ben picked up his first golf club when he was five years old – which was in fact a left-handed set of clubs! He is a member at Rudding Park Golf Club and has a handicap of fifteen.

Handicap: 15

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