Callaway Edge Vs Cobra XL Review And Comparison 2021
Your golf clubs are going to have the biggest impact on your game besides your actual ability to play golf and if you are looking for something a bit better than the myriad of beginner sets on the market, then the Callaway Edge and Cobra XL sets are going to be certainly worth a look.
Cobra Xl Overview
Cobra have become a strong emerging brand in the golfing world in recent years with star men Bryson Dechambaeu and Rickie Fowler both sporting the clubs on tour.
If you are looking for that set that can take you from High to Mid Handicap, you will probably have noticed the Cobra XL. With a price point at around $800, you will be hoping these clubs will deliver performance as close to their more premium counterparts and to an extend they do.
The clubs are built primarily for forgiveness but distance isn’t far behind on the list of priorities for the Cobra Xl. Low perimeter weighting keeps the COG low on the clubs and everything about them screams game improvement.
The clubs come with a premium cart bag, the ideal club selection and pretty much everything you need to take your golf to the next level.
Callaway Edge Overview
With the Callaway Strata becomming wildly popular in the beginner market, the Callaway Edge was created to give a full set option to people who are more serious about the game and looking to become mid or even low handicappers.
The set is a bit strange in that it comes in a box and with no sign of a bag but the emphasis they have place in filling the set with top quality clubs more than makes up for that.
The clubs look similar to Mavrik or a Sim Max set with the club quality and branding and they don’t disappoint. Large sweet spots, fast steel faces and low deep weighting make these clubs perfect for distance but also forgiveness and consistency.
You get a premium Odyssey putter to complete the set of 10 clubs and you have a choice of steel or graphite shafts in the irons. The clubs are strong and durable, suitable for all swing speeds with the right shafts selected.
If you are looking for a complete set to take you to the mid handicap level and you want the full selection of clubs + the bag to go with it, The Cobra Xl is an excellent option. It is also great for senior and those with slower swing speeds as the driver has 11.5 degrees of loft.
If you are closer to Mid Handicap level and want a set that you can add a few premium clubs too, the Callaway Edge clubs are better quality and offer better performance. To fill the set out, it might cost a bit more in the long run.