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COBRA 3D Printed & Vintage Series Putter Review

By: Golfshake Editor | Wed 19 May 2021 | Comments


Ready for this summer, Cobra Golf's range of putters has been transformed by the introduction of its new 3D Printed Series and Vintage Series, which are set to cause a stir throughout the remainder of 2021 and beyond.

The 3D Series features three head designs, the Agera, GrandSport and SuperNova, while the 3D printed nylon cartridge allowing for big weight savings means the weight can be moved elsewhere to increase MOI and lower CG, with the innovations focused on improving stability. The Vintage Series presents four head designs with the Nova, Stingray, Torina and Sport. All putters boast the SIK Golf Descending Loft Technology 'DLT' used by Bryson DeChambeau. 

Golfshake's Equipment Expert, Ryan Rastall provides a review of both families, sharing a detailed overview before testing them out on the golf course, offering all the key information and insight that you need.


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