Cobra Aerojet Vs Max Vs LS Driver Comparison Overview
The Cobra Aerojet driver is offered in three designs: LS (Low Spin) Max and standard.
All three versions feature carbon fiber soles and crowns, variable face thickness, adjustable loft sleeves and forward-positioned suspended weights.
But there are slight differences you should know about. Which Aerojet driver is best for you? Read on to find out.
Cobra Aerojet Driver Overview
“The standard Cobra Aerojet driver is the only one that doesn’t have adjustable weighting.”
A fixed forward weight produces a neutral shot shape while the carbon fiber appointments keep the overall weight of this driver pretty low. I averaged 252.4 yards of carry with the standard Cobra Aerojet driver. I liked its simple design and the 2200-2300 RPM spin rate averages I was seeing. All-in-all this is a good driver for players with moderate to fast swing speeds.
I didn’t miss the adjustable weighting either. I have learned to hit a natural draw so the neutral weighting was like a blank canvas for me. But I can see how toe-side missers can see this as a weakness.
Cobra Aerojet Max Driver Overview
“The Cobra Aerojet Max driver has adjustable weights in the heel and rear of the head.”
When you have both weights engaged, you get very high MOI with an effortless draw. The spin rates were a bit higher with the Cobra Aerojet Max though – 2300-2400 RPMs for the most part.
The Cobra Aerojet Max produced the highest launch of all three drivers as well. For me, that meant it played a few yards shorter than the standard and LS version. But if you have trouble getting the ball in the air and want to eliminate the right side of the fairway, the Cobra Aerojet Max driver would be a good option.
Cobra Aerojet LS Driver Overview
“The Cobra Aerojet LS has a 3g toe-biased weight and a 12g neutral bias removable weight.”
I took the toe-biased weight out to achieve a neutral flight and to see just how low this driver spins. The Cobra Aerojet LS produced spin rates in the 2100-2200 RPM range making it the lowest-spinning and longest driver of the three for me.
“The Cobra Aerojet is good for mid handicappers with about 85-90 MPH swing speeds. The Cobra Aerojet Max is for players who want to eliminate their right misses and the Cobra Aerojet LS is best for 90+ swing speed players who like to keep the ball low.”