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Cobra AIR-X Fairway Wood · Left handed · Regular · 3W

Cobra AIR-X Fairway Wood · Left handed · Regular · 3W

$159.00
$229.00
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Dominant hand
Left handed
Right handed
Flex type
Senior
Regular
Stiff
Loft
3W
5W
7W
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The Cobra AIR-X Fairway Wood is a lightweight option complete with offset and heel weighting. The combination of these elements makes this ideal for players seeking Cobra's easiest to hit, straightest and highest launching fairway woods. The lightweight design is possible by using carbon material which allows for extra speed and less drag on the golf swing producing increased distance.

Key Features:

  • Heel Weighting & Offset – The combination of these features greatly reduce slice spin and keep golf shots in the short grass.
  • High Quality Lightweight Materials – Using carbon material allows for higher clubhead speeds which translates to more distance.
  • Premium Design – The AIR-X Fairway Wood features eye catching aesthetics club combining different shades of black with accents of red.
Dominant hand
Left handed
Flex type
Regular
Loft
3W
Gender
Men's
Shaft name
COBRA ULTRALITE 50
Shaft launch
High
Shaft spin
High
Shaft weight
55g
Adjustability
No
Adjustability tool
No
Grip name
Lamkin REL Standard - Black
Loft degrees
16°
Club Type
Woods
Shaft Material
Graphite
Model year
2022
Club length
43''
Swing weight
D0
Expert product review
Golf Expert David L. Brown
Review by Curated Expert David L. Brown
The Cobra AIR-X Fairway Wood is great for attacking pins on those long par 3s and approach shots on par 5s. This club is geared toward mid-handicappers who need a club to help them with distance.
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Face of the Cobra AIR-X Fairway Wood.
Bottom of the Cobra AIR-X Fairway Wood.
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Expert Q&A
Quick, accurate answers from Curated experts to the frequently asked questions
Is a 5 wood the same distance as a 3 hybrid?
A 5 wood and 3 hybrid have very similar lofts within normally 1 or 2 degrees however due to the larger head and added forgiveness from a 5 wood it generally will go a little longer than the 3 hybrid.
Andrew Abbott
by Andrew Abbott on July 28, 2022
When did the Cobra Air X come out?
The Cobra Air X Fairway woods are some of the hottest clubs in golf right now, and you may be asking yourself how recently they came out. Well, the club came out in January 2022, so as of this publication date, it is a very new club, and will feature some of the most cutting edge tech in golf for that reason. In short, the Cobra Air X Fairway wood came out this year, 2022.
Golf Expert Jay GrahamGolf Expert Michael VGolf Expert Andrew Abbott
by Jay Graham on July 19, 2022 · view 2 other answers
Are Cobra woods any good?
Cobra woods are fantastic. They are designed to optimize distance, as that has been Cobras focus for quite some time. Generating faster swing speeds, and having options for competitive golfers and beginners.
Golf Expert Michael VGolf Expert Vincent P.Golf Expert Jay Graham
by Michael V on July 13, 2022 · view 2 other answers
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Cobra AIR-X Fairway Wood · Left handed · Regular · 3W
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Scott Hofsommer
Scott Hofsommer
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Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

These new Cobra Air-X fairway woods feature a lightweight design to give you a smooth feel and provide you with effortless added club head speed for a longer carry distance and ideal launch angles. The back and heel weighting give you more club head stability to help you more accurate shots from any lie. Plus the slight offset design helps eliminate the punishment from off-center strikes.