What's new? How much does it cost? And how does it perform? Hannah Holden brings you the low down on the new Cobra Aerojet range

Cobra are back with the replacement to their popular LTDx range, the new Aerojet range features three drivers, three fairway woods a hybrid and a set of game improvement irons.

Cobra Aerojet

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.

PWR-Bridge Technology

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. 

H.O.T Face

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.

Drivers

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.

Cobra Aerojet LS

This is designed for skilled golfers with fast club head speeds. It is the least forgiving model but also the one that should fly the furthest with the least spin.

This has the most aggressive aero shaping to help drive up club head speeds and deliver maximum distance.

The sole features two adjustable weights, one in the heel and the other in the toe. Switching these around allows to you to create a more neutral or fade bias ball flight.

Cobra Aerojet

The Aerojet is the main model of this range and delivers a blend of speed and forgiveness. This model is likely to suit the widest breadth of players.

The sole features one weight on the back of the club head to help increase launch and add perimeter weighting for more forgiveness.

Cobra Aerojet Max

This offers the forgiveness of the regular Aerojet model but with the added benefit of a draw-bias design.

Cobra Aerojet Max driver review

There are two adjustable weights in the sole. One on the back and one in the heel allowing you to switch between a neutral or more draw-biased ball flight. 

Fairway Woods

The Aerojet fairway woods also utilise the Pwr-bridge, Pwrshell and H.O.T face technology to deliver a blend of max distance and effortless launch.

Cobra Aerojet LS

The Aerojet LS is designed for the better player looking for a lower more workable ball flight.

Cobra Aerojet 3 wood

Cobra Aerojet

The regular Aerojet model aims to provide a blend of forgiveness and versatility. Expect a high launch and control with some level of workability.

Cobra Aerojet fairway wood

Cobra Aerojet Max

Finally, the Aerojet Max is designed to give easy effortless distance but also with draw bias to help straighten out a left to right shot shape.

Cobra Max 3 Wood

Hybrids

There is just one hybrid in the Aerojet line-up. It has a smaller, more rounded profile and really looks more like a small fairway wood.

It provides a blend of distance and high launch to give you lots of yardage and forgiveness. This is available in regular length or as a one-length offering.

Irons

Again the key Aerojet technologies continue into the game improvement irons.

They do also feature a polymer feel system which is an injected polymer filler inside the hollow area of the club head. This dampens vibration for a softer, more forged-like feel and sound at impact.

Cobra Aerojet irons

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Hannah Holden

Equipment and Instruction Editor

Hannah Holden is the Equipment and Instruction Editor here at National Club Golfer. If you’re looking to improve your game, by changing your golf swing or upgrading your golf equipment she’ll have the answers. As well as writing lots of features and reviews you can find her on our YouTube channel giving you insights on the latest rules, clubs and tips to improve your golf game. Hannah is a member at both Huddersfield and Alwoodley golf clubs. You will either find her here or driving up and down the country playing in a variety of elite amateur events.

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