Callaway Strata Vs Cobra XL Review And Comparison 2021
Callaway And Cobra are two brands that demand attention when it comes to golf and these two beginner/intermediate sets from the pair are among the most well known in the game.
While the Strata aimed at beginners with average swing speeds for a wallet friendly price, the Cobra XL set is aimed more at players looking to improve at the game and with the customization options available, the XL can suit any swing speed.
Cobra Xl Overview
Cobra have almost become a household name in golf with their sponsorship of the heavy hitting Bryson Dechambaeu.
The Cobra XL set markets itself as premium set for beginners and intermediate players and it is available for a very competitive when you consider how much it would cost to buy a full set clubs with that quality separately.
If you are a senior or someone with a slower swing speed, Cobra have you covered, they offer graphite shafts with regular or senior flex to get the maximum distance and swing speed possible.
You can also opt for steel shafts in your irons if you swing the club a little bit faster and some more control and stability.
When it comes to clubs themselves, they are durable and high performing with perimeter weight which is low and deep giving low COG with high MOI.
The set is completed by a premium cart bag with a large cooler pocket and the set is going to be good enough to get you to about mid handicap level when you might want to upgrade again.
Callaway Strata Overview
The Callaway Strata the best known beginner golf club set in the world of golf.
This is aimed at the average golfer, it comes with steel iron shafts and a uniflex shaft. The clubs are going to be ideal for someone with an average or faster swing speed.
The clubs offer the perfect blend of distance and forgiveness. The clubs have massive sweet spots and come with low weighting and good turf interaction to get the ball moving and in the air.
The irons are very much game improvement and you can get the set in 12, 14 or 16 piece variations depending on what clubs you need but one thing to keep in is that the 12 piece set doesn’t come with a sand wedge which is a pretty important club to have.
If you are just starting, you will be pleasantly surprised how easy it is to hit straight shots consistently with the Callaway Strata set.
If you want to get your foot in the door with a quality set for a budget friendly price, you can’t go wrong with the Strata. If you want a more premium set with the perfect club mix or need something to suit a slower swing speed, the Cobra XL are also an excellent set of clubs to use.