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Cobra King RadSpeed Draw Fairway Wood

Cobra King RadSpeed Draw Fairway Wood

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This fairway wood is great for someone looking for a draw biased fairway wood that can help them eliminate the right side of the golf course. The weight placed in the heel as well as the offset helps turn the club over more so it will not miss to the right. The CNC Milled face also makes it very soft feeling

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(4.3/5) 2 Expert reviews
  • Forgiving
  • Hitting it far
  • Reducing slice spin
  • Not for someone who hits draws
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The Cobra Radspeed Draw Fairway is designed to deliver mid to high-handicap players who struggle with slice-spin a traditionally shaped, draw-biased and adjustable fairway wood to maximize accuracy for improved ball flights. Key Features: - CNC Milled Infinity Face – Built with an infinity edge face design expands the milled hitting area for maximum ball speeds off a large portion of the clubface.

  • Hollow Split Rails – Imparting more flex at the sole behind the face, Hollow Split Rails at the front of the hybrid accelerate ball speeds for easier distance. - Thin-Ply Carbon Crown – A thin, light carbon fiber material in the crown allows more weight to be moved forward to lower spin, promoting penetrating ball flights.
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Ari T
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The Cobra King RadSpeed Draw Fairway Wood is a fantastic fairway wood for someone who wants help fighting a slice or push miss. Very long and forgiving. Great feel and sound. The extra weight in the heel makes it easier to close the face and release the club through the ball. Not good for someone who hits a draw or pull. Great adjustability from the hosel without changing the face angle.


  • Very long
  • Great to help fix slice
  • Forgiving and easy to launch
  • Not good for someone with a draw
  • Not good for someone who wants neutral bias
Expert Q&A
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Does Cobra make a 2 wood?
Cobra makes amazing woods, so you may be wondering if they have a 2 wood. Well, after going through their entire line up, it does not seem like in 2022 they have a 2 wood on offer. They do sell a 3 and 5 wood, that is it for now. So no, Cobra do not sell a 2 wood.
Golf Expert Jay GrahamGolf Expert Andrew Abbott
by Jay Graham on July 21, 2022 · view 1 other answer
Are King Cobra woods good?
This response will discuss whether or not King Cobra woods are good or not. Yes, King Cobra woods are very good. They are forgiving and hit very far. Definitely a good option for someone wanting to upgrade.
Golf Expert Vincent P.Golf Expert Jay GrahamGolf Expert Gavin Lee
by Vincent P. on July 15, 2022 · view 2 other answers
Is the Cobra 3 wood adjustable?
Yes, the Cobra Radspeed 3 wood is adjustable. It starts at 14.5 degrees of loft, and can be changed by up to 1.5 degrees in either direction, down to 13 degrees, or up to 16 degrees.
Golf Expert Joe MallockGolf Expert Jay GrahamGolf Expert Gavin Lee
by Joe Mallock on July 14, 2022 · view 2 other answers
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