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CobraMen's F-Max Airspeed Hybrid

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R1,199

Retail: R2,700
About

The Cobra F-Max Airspeed is a lighter club that helps golfers swing faster, resulting in more distance and consistency from the tee or the fairway.

Product Features
  • Faster begins with lighter. Experience the effortless speed and distance with our lightest fairway. 5 grams.
  • Lighter shaft weight - The airspeed shaft is 5 grams lighter, making it easier than ever to generate more club speed and distance without sacrificing stability.
  • Raw unpainted finish - removing the paint on the shaft saves 2 grams, and reveals the carbon fibre weave for a unique look.
  • A crown as light as air. Carbon fibre saves 10 grams that we repositioned low and back to maintain a high MOI.
  • Easier alignment for straighter drives - pwr ridges provide a visual alignment to help you set up square to your target every time.
  • A fairway weighted in your favour. If you have trouble turning the club over, having weight concentrated low and towards the heel will reduce your slice and help you hit straighter drives.
  • The ultimate fairway finder. An offset hosel corrects any rightward tendencies and helps you find the middle of the fairway more easily and more consistently.
Product Specifications
  • Hybrid Available:
    • 3/H
    • 4/H
    • 5/H
    • 6/H
  • Length Available
    • 3/H: 40.50" (102.75cm)
    • 4/H: 39.75" (101cm)
    • 5/H: 39" (99cm)
    • 6/H: 38.5" (97.75cm)
  • Loft:
    • 3/H: 19°
    • 4/H: 22°
    • 5/H: 25°
    • 6/H: 28°
  • Head volume: 170cc
  • Swing Weight: C8
  • Right-Handed & Left-Handed
  • Shaft Flex Type: 
    • Lite
    • Regular
    • Stiff 
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