Q & A
In terms of technology and performance, the King F6 fairway woods are very similar to the F6 driver. Most notably, they’re easy to hit and create high launch angles, while also offering plenty in the way of distance and forgiveness. The distance that the F6 fairways provide is a result of a thin, hot clubface that will deliver fast ball speeds even on shots struck off the heel or toe. In terms of the F6’s high launch and MOI, a low CG makes that possible. But the F6 fairway woods also feature customization to help players achieve their ideal launch and spin conditions. As is the case in the F6 driver, front and back weights can be positioned in the sole to move the center of gravity in the F6 fairway woods. Moving the heavier of the two weights to the back of the club creates a back CG position, which produces a higher ball flight, while the heavier weight being moved forward results in a front CG position that produces a flatter ball flight. The F6 fairway woods come in three models, the 3-4 (13-16 degrees of loft) the 5-6 (17-20 degrees of loft), and the 7-8 (21-24 degrees of loft), and the stock shaft is the Matrix Red Tie, which is a mid-launch, mid-spin shaft. However, other shaft options are available as well at no upcharge for golfers who need a different fit.
|Lofts||3-4W/13°-16° • 5-6W/17°-20° • 7-8W/21°-24°|
|Grip||Lamkin REL 360|
|Lengths||3-4W/43.25" • 5-6W/42.75" • 7-8W/42.25"|
|Adjustability||Adjustable in .5° increments|
|Click the Enter Custom Specs tab above for custom shaft & grip options|
Golfers of all ability levels. The F6 fairway woods are easy to hit, launch the ball high, offer extreme distance, and are exceptionally forgiving. And as if that’s not enough, the F6 fairways also feature personalization options that makes it easier for players to dial in their preferred trajectory and shot shape. That combination is the perfect storm when it comes to fairway wood performance, which is why this is a club that will be popular among high-handicappers and scratch players alike.
TGW visits Cobra to discuss the new Cobra King F6 Fairway Woods.
The F6 fairway woods feature two weights, one heavier and one lighter, that can be positioned in the sole to help golfers achieve their optimum spin rate and launch angle.
The Speed Channel is a trench that surrounds and supports the clubface, which enables a thinner face that increases ball speed from all impact points.
Cobra’s adjustable loft sleeve, MyFly loft technology allows loft to be adjusted by three degrees in the F6 fairway woods and creates eight different playability settings, three of which will generate a draw bias.
“F6 is a great fairway package. We get this up to maximum USGA limits for any metalwood club. We also have the FLIPZONE weighting that we have with the F6 driver -- very easy to adjust those weights and dial in the club. It’s really great, and great looking, too.”
Tom Olsavsky, Cobra Vice President of Research & Development
|Cobra King F6 Fairway Shaft Selection Information|
|Matrix Red Tie 65Q4|
|Shot Shaping Tips|
|/||High Torque = Draw Bias|
|/||Low Torque = Fade Bias|
|/||Players with faster swing speeds generally benefit from shafts with lower torque|
|/||Players with slower swing speeds can benefit from lighter-weight shafts|