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The popular Baffler Rail system is included in the new F8 hybrids for a more forgiving experience. Rail structures reduce contact with the turf, maintaining ball speed throughout the swing so you hit it farther, faster.
The forged E9 455 stainless steel face insert uses variable thickness to maximize flex and ball speed to increase distance from more impact points all across the club face.
Innovative polymer trips are placed around the club head to reduce drag through the swing and maximize speed. Unlike with other clubs, these structures are made with polymer instead of metal so Cobra can add more ridges and more edges without adding weight.
Cobra Connect sensors are now included in every club in the F8 family. You get GPS access to more than 40,000 golf courses to help track your game. The sensor records each swing, displaying results on your smart phone. With more access to data, you track your round, improve where you need it, and share and challenge your friends.
The F8 hybrid's center of gravity is in the back of the club head, creating a high, towering ball flight for maximum carry distance and greater forgiveness.
Cobra brings their One Length design to the hybrid golf club. The length and weighting matches a 7 iron, allowing for a one-plane, easily repeatable swing, resulting in more consistent shots in your long game and better distance gapping throughout the set.
Watch as TGW reviews the new Cobra F8 & F8 One Length hybrids.
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The Cobra F8 One Length hybrid takes forgiveness another step. For golfers looking for the added benefit of the one-plane, easily repeatable swing, the One Length hybrid matches the length of the iron set. This club still launches the ball higher and easier, now allowing you to use one swing to easily hit the center of the club face more often. "Most golfers already carry a mixed bag with a hybrid, so this integrates perfectly for the single length iron golfer," Tom Olsavsky, VP of Research & Development at Cobra Golf.
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