Cobra Aerojet Driver Review 2023 – The Latest In Aerodynamic Technology
Cobra have become a brand that competes with the biggest names in the game in recent times and theAerojet drivers take this to the next level again.
Their drivers have earned their prestige by offering speed and accuracy rivaling the big boys but at a fraction of the cost.
The 3 Cobra Aerojet drivers are possibly the most understated of the new release drivers in 2023 and we couldn’t wait to test these out on the simulator and on the course.
The Aerojet drivers boast improved aerodynamics that reduces drag to help their tour pros like Bryson squeeze out even more extra distance.
The carbon crown is more slim, the skirt is raised and the edges are streamlined to improve club speed.
A.i Generated Hot Face With Pwrshell Face Cup
The Titanium Hot Face is generated and optimized by A.i to increase forgiveness on toe and heel strikes.
There is also an L shaped Pwrshell cup face, which allows for effortless launch and distance.
Carbon Crown And Sole
Carbon is a lightweight, high-strength material and it is found in both the crown and sole of the Aerojet drivers.
The crown is also 30% slimmer than its predecessor, the LTDx drivers.
Pwr Bridge For Front Loaded Weight
The Pwr bridge bar adds stability and flex across the face too which should lead to more speed across the entire face, which is spread into 15 zones and is uniquely designed for more speed off the heel.
The Pwr Bridge is a different weight in each driver.
These drivers are right at the top of the game in terms of distance, due to the slimmer aerodynamic shaping and dispersion with the Ai-generated hot club face.
The Cobra Aerojet Driver Family
We have 3 drivers in the Cobra Aerojet family: The Aerojet, The Aerojet LS, and the Aerojet Max.
The Aerojet LS Driver
- Available Lofts: 9.0, 10.5 Degrees
- Adjustability Loft +/- 1.5 Degrees
The low spin model has a slightly smaller head at 457cc’s.
The Da Vinci style Pwr Bridge is 13g’s in this model and there is 15gs of movable weight on the sole.
It’s designed for faster ball speeds and lower spin. This is the driver we can expect Bryson to be using in 2023.
The Aerojet Driver
- Available Lofts: 9.0, 10.5, 12 Degrees
- Adjustability: Loft +/- 1.5 Degrees
The club the will be aimed at most mid handicap golfers.
A slightly bigger head, higher launch, and higher spin than the LS make this a more forgiving driver for someone who needs a little more help from the tee.
Saying that it is still very fast off the face with the removal tungsten weight at the back of the sole.
The Aerojet Max Driver
- Available Lofts: 10.5, 12 Degrees
- Adjustability: Loft +/- 2 Degrees, Lie angle
Offering the most forgiveness, highest launch and most spin.
This is the shortest and most forgiving of the Aerojet family.
With two movable weight on the sole and a draw bias, this is going to be ideal for a high handicap slicer with a slower swing speed.
Is it Good for High Handicappers?
The Aerojet max is certainly aimed at high handicappers with a bit fo slice which is common in the game.
The Aerojet driver will also be good for a high handicapper looking for awesome distance that strike their driver consistently.
Overall it is best to get a fitting, but we found these drivers to right up their with the best in terms of distance and forgiveness.
- MCA Kai’li White 60
- MCA Kai’li Blue 60
- UST Helium Nanocore 4
Is the Cobra Aerojet Worth it?
Judging by the similar performance stats and cheaper price tag of the Aerojet Drivers, we would say it is definitely worth it.
It may not have all the fancy extras of the Callaway Paradym but it certainly packs a punch and offers similar distance.
As always, it is best to get a fitting, but we are always big fans of the Cobra offerings.
Get down to your local golf store and test these aerodynamic beauties out on the simulator.
Aidan Lehane here, I’m a Mid-low handicap golfer who has made tremendous progress in breaking 90 in just over 1 year of playing golf seriously.
I get out to the course or range as often as possible and review all the equipment I’ve come across on this blog.