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Cobra launches AMP Cell driver

Cobra's AMP Cell driver family will offer golfers more loft-adjustment choices than anything currently on the market.

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Cobra to showcase special-edition orange AMP driver

There is orange, and then there is screaming, fire-breathing orange. Cobra’s new special edition orange AMP driver, inspired by Rickie Fowler, falls into the latter category.

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Cobra Baffler XL

The Cobra Baffler is an iconic name, forever linked with a utility club that could be hit from virtually any lie. But its legacy soon will expand to an entire family of clubs.

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PHOTOS: Cobra Baffler XL line

The Cobra Baffler XL line of drivers, fairway woods, hybrids and irons will expand on an iconic name in utility-club history. Here are images of the clubs in the line.

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Cobra BiO Cell Pro Driver

With the May 1 release of its new BIO CELL Pro driver, Cobra expands the BIO Cell family to three clubs. Each is intended for a specific level of play.

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Cobra BiO Cell driver

Improved weight placement and an adjustable hosel system help Cobra’s latest drivers create more distance.

VIDEO: Cobra Bio Cell, Bio Cell+ Drivers

Cobra's Jose Miraflor, Director of Product Marketing, breaks down the technology behind the Bio Cell and Bio Cell+ drivers.

  • AMP Cell
  • Baffler XL
  • T-Rail
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Cobra AMP Cell fairway woods

The Cobra AMP Cell fairway woods are designed with three key features: An adjustable hosel called MyFly, an alignment system called SmartPad and a face that's forgiving high in the toe and low in the heel.

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Cobra Baffler XL

The Cobra Baffler is an iconic name, forever linked with a utility club that could be hit from virtually any lie. But its legacy soon will expand to an entire family of clubs.

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PHOTOS: Cobra Baffler XL line

The Cobra Baffler XL line of drivers, fairway woods, hybrids and irons will expand on an iconic name in utility-club history. Here are images of the clubs in the line.

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Cobra Baffler T-Rail fairway woods

The Baffler T-Rail fairway woods are designed by Cobra, first and foremost, to be easy to hit off the tee – but they really shine in the fairway and from the rough.

  • AMP Cell
  • Baffler XL
  • T-Rail
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Cobra AMP Cell hybrids

An adjustable hosel system allows each of the three Cobra AMP Cell hybrids to have a 3-degree loft range, as well as the company's SmartPad alignment system.

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Cobra Baffler XL

The Cobra Baffler is an iconic name, forever linked with a utility club that could be hit from virtually any lie. But its legacy soon will expand to an entire family of clubs.

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PHOTOS: Cobra Baffler XL line

The Cobra Baffler XL line of drivers, fairway woods, hybrids and irons will expand on an iconic name in utility-club history. Here are images of the clubs in the line.

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Cobra Baffler T-Rail hybrid

To make the Cobra Baffler T-Rail hybrids skim over the turf, as well as through rough and sand more efficiently, Cobra designed a pair of rails in the sole with tungsten weighting.

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Cobra AMP Cell, AMP Cell Pro irons

With the AMP Cell irons, Cobra designed the faces to be especially thin in certain areas and then repositioned the discretionary weight into cells designed low and inside the heads.

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Cobra AMP Forged irons

In the cavity behind the hitting area, Cobra's AMP Forged irons contain a shock-absorbing aluminum medallion and a separate insert.

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Cobra Baffler Hybrid Iron and Combo set

The Baffler, introduced in 1975, has become something of an iconic utility club. For early 2013 models, the name applies to two different configurations of club sets.

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Cobra Baffler XL

The Cobra Baffler is an iconic name, forever linked with a utility club that could be hit from virtually any lie. But its legacy soon will expand to an entire family of clubs.

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PHOTOS: Cobra Baffler XL line

The Cobra Baffler XL line of drivers, fairway woods, hybrids and irons will expand on an iconic name in utility-club history. Here are images of the clubs in the line.

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Cobra BiO Cell, BiO Cell+ irons

A new weighting system and hotter face make the BiO Cell and BiO Cell+ irons more forgiving.

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Cobra Trusty Rusty, Big Trusty Rusty wedges

Cobra's Trusty Rusty and Big Trusty Rusty wedges equate rust with improved feel. These non-plated wedges will rust over time.

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Cobra Puma Tour Trusty wedges

Cobra Puma Golf, which had announced its intent to compete more aggressively in the wedge market, released details of its new Tour Trusty line.

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Cobra Trusty Rusty, Big Trusty Rusty wedges

Cobra's Trusty Rusty and Big Trusty Rusty wedges equate rust with improved feel. These non-plated wedges will rust over time.