Cobra Xl Golf Club Set Review 2021

Cobra Golf have become a household name in the golfing world in recent times and have a number of top stars now playing with their clubs, including heavy hitter, Bryson  Dechambeau.

Cobra XL Overview

The Cobra Xl Set has emerged as premium beginner/intermediate game improvement set of clubs that have plenty of choices for amateurs and seniors alike to take their game to the next level.

The set comes with a full array of clubs: Driver, 3 Wood, 5 Wood, 4 Hybrid, 5 Hybrid, 6 – 9 Iron, PW, SW and Putter. It also comes in a premium cart bag with an XL cooler pocket for those hot summer days.

The clubs are game improvement with deep undercuts and built for easy launching, forgiveness when not hit directly on the sweet spot and distance.

The irons are cavity backs with low COG that ensures you can hit straight, towering shots effortlessly.

The set have customizable shafts to suit your game – graphite or steel irons with regular or senior flex allowing any type of player to maximize their performance.

Despite having stiff competition from the likes of the Wilson Platinum Profile and Callaway Strata sets, the Cobra Xl are enough to give any beginner set a run for their money.

The set also costs around $800 but represents exceptional value for what you get.

Cobra XL Golf Club Set

Category – Beginners/Intermediate Golf Club Set

Cobra XL – Whats In The Bag

The Cobra Xl Set comes with The Following clubs and tons of customization options.

13 Piece: Driver, 3 Wood, 5 Wood, 4 Hybrid, 5 Hybrid, 6 – 9 Irons, PW, SW, Putter, Premium Cart Bag

Cobra Xl – First Impressions & Club Breakdowns

First impressions of the Cobra Xl were the numerous 5 star reviews online and that the clubs can be perfectly customized for senior players and fast swinging high-mid handicappers.

You can quickly tell that the quality of the Cobra XL set is better than your regular beginners set and that the clubs are built for maximum distance and forgiveness.

Driver

The driver is 460cc Titanium which is rear weight for a lower and deep COG of gravity which leads to long and far strikes. If you go with the graphite irons, you get an 11.5 degree driver which is perfect for anyone with a slower swing speed.

The driver is 10.5 in the steel version.

Woods

The 3 wood is going to be a nice club off the tee and off the fairway and the 5 wood can send it greenwards on plenty of par 5’s. The lofts are generous and the turf interaction is good. High and straight flights with massive sweet spots.

Hybrids

Hybrids are the go to club from the fairway and even the rough. You can the ball flying high with the back weighting and high MOI of the Cobra XL hybrids.

Irons

The irons have game improvement written all over them with thick chunk soles but you should be able to generate some spin with the clubs as well.

Wedges

Control and forgiveness becomes more paramount with the shorter clubs and you should be able to get some good workability out of the wedges.

Putter

Nothing to write home about with the putter. It is a good quality blade putter with a visual alignment.

Shafts

Choice between steel and graphite in your irons. This will affect the degree of the driver too so graphite shafts are reserved for seniors, juniors and even ladies.

You also get to chose between regular and senior flex so this can really suit a fast swinger looking to move up from being a high handicapper to senior that can player looking for a set of friendly clubs.

Cobra Xl  – Selling Points

  • Premium Quality Beginner And Improver Set
  • Rear Perimeter weighting For COG
  • Fast face in the driver for nice distances
  • Premium car bag with larger cooler pocket
  • No Distance Gaps, All The Clubs You Need

Cobra Xl Cons

  • 3 Wood can be a bit wieldy
  • Not quite as good as the premium clubs on the market.

Who Is The Cobra Xl Set For

This is somewhere between a premium beginner set and a set for someone looking to become a mid handicapper.

It can also be customized to any swing speed so if you know how to play the game already and want a real proper set of clubs with no distance gaps, the cobra XL is certainly worth a shot.

Distance: 95/100

Accuracy: 95/100

Forgiveness: 95/100

Feel And Control: 91/100

Value: 95/100

Overall Score: 94/100

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