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Only for Illustration Purposes Only 11.5° Loft Available
Only for Illustration Purposes Only 11.5° Loft Available

CobraMen's F-Max Airspeed Offset Driver


Retail: R4,800


At 270 grams, the F-MAX Airspeed driver is 56 grams lighter than a conventional driver. A carbon crown, lighter clubhead, shaft and grip combine to help moderate swing speeds swing faster, and easier.

Product Features

Lighter Head Weight

  • The head is 2 grams lighter than the previous generation F-MAX while maintaining an MOI of 5000 so that forgiveness is not sacrificed

Lighter Shaft & Grip

  • The shaft is 5 grams lighter making it easier than ever to generate more club speed and distance
  • Using our l¡ghtest midsize grip at 41 grams provides a better feel in the hands and during the swing

Carbon Fibre + PWR Ridges - Lighter Crown & Easier Alignment

  • Replacing titanium with carbon fibre saves 10 grams that we used low and wide to increase MOl, while PWR Ridges provide visual alignment to help you set up square to your target
Back/Heel Weighting - Weighted in Your Favour
  • For those who have trouble turning the club over, having weight concentrated back and towards the heel will help make slices a thing of the past, and straighter drives a part of their future
Offset Design - The Ultimate Fairway Finder

An offset hosel corrects any rightward tendencies and helps golfers find the middle of the fairway more easily and more consistently

Product Specifications
  • F-MAX AIRSPEED Off-Set Driver
  • Loft: 11.5°
  • Lie Angle: 60.00°
  • Weighted: Back/Heel
  • Length: 46" (116.85cm)
  • Swing Weight: D2
  • Colour: Black/Blue
  • Head volume: 460cc
  • Right-handed
  • Shaft Flex Type: Regular
  • Shaft: Graphite
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