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CobraWomen's F-Max-3 Airspeed Offset Driver

R2,499

Retail: R4,800
About

Swing faster, and easier with Cobra's lightest and most forgiving driver, weighing 50 grams less than conventional drivers to help you create effortless distance.

Product Features

Lighter Shaft Weight

  • The shaft is 5 grams lighter, making it easier than ever to generate more club speed and distance without sacrificing stability.

Lighter Grip Weight

  • Our lightest ever midsize grip weighs 41 grams contributing to a lighter overall weight while promoting a better feel in the hands and during the swing.

Crown

  • Replacing titanium with carbon fiber saves 10 grams that we repositioned low and back to maintain a high MOI.

Driver 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.

Offset Design

  • An offset hosel corrects any rightward tendencies and helps you find the middle of the fairway more easily and more consistently.
Product Specifications
  • Model: F-Max Airspeed Off-Set Driver
  • Loft: 15.0º
  • Lie Angle: 60.0º
  • Weighting: Back/Heel
  • Length: 44.75" (113.6cm)
  • Swing Weight: C5
  • Volume: 460cc
  • Stock Flex: Ladies
  • Right-Handed
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