If there’s one thing we love about the Cobra Golf, it’s the company’s willingness to push the envelope in form, function, and design to help golfers of all skill levels. The company isn’t afraid to take risks and no matter what kind of gamer you are, there is sure to be a team gathered somewhere at Cobra HQ that works hard to help make sure you get the most out of your game.
the The new 2023 Aerojet line of driversfairway woods, hybrids and iron Live up to that mantra, offering technology for every type of player seeking greater speed, distance and tolerance.
The Cobra line will be available in retail stores February 9, 2023. Receive all your new gear at Fairway Jockey.
Well, if the name isn’t already a dead giveaway, the key component of what makes the Aerojet faster is its new aerodynamic shape that streamlines the front and back of the club, along with the crown and sole to help the clubhead move through the air with the least possible resistance.
“The aerodynamic package in the new Aerojet family of drivers is our most advanced yet. We continue to balance aggressive aerodynamics with optimal mass and flex characteristics to give players maximum clubhead speed and ball launch characteristics to increase distance.”
—Mike Yagley, Vice President of Innovation, Cobra Golf
To put some numbers in there, according to Cobra tests, the Aerojet LS produced a head speed 1.5 mph faster than the previous generation LTDx LS during bot testing – yes you read that right, android test.
Just like your hand outside a car window, small design tweaks play a significant role in how much aerodynamic force can be reduced, and that’s just the beginning.
The other major part of the Aerojet design found across the line is a new internal weighting structure that Cobra engineers call the PWR-Bridge (From hats to driver tech, no vowels are too big right now). The PWR-Bridge is a 13g weight structure that is suspended above the sole of the driver to not only precisely define the center of gravity but also to allow the lower face a greater amount of flexion.
This more flexible area is made possible by Cobra’s new PWRSell face attachment which also features a HOT (Highly Optimized Topology) AI-powered variable face thickness.
Last but not least, there’s something we’ve been hearing a lot about over the past few years – carbon fiber. Cobra uses raw, raw carbon fiber for the crown and sole of the Aerojet engines because it is 30% thinner to produce a higher MOI rated mass and a lower center of gravity.
Aerojet driver models
The Standard Aerojet model is designed to fit the greater part of golf residents’ bell curve and features a more aggressive aerodynamic shape for faster club speed capability. It comes with a single weight port (additional weights are available upon request) at the rear of the sole, to enhance MOI and deliver a neutral shot profile.
Aerojet comes in 9s10.5s and 12s options (with adjustable hose) with MCA KAI’LI WHITE 60 (x-stiff and stiff); MCA KAI’LI Blue 60 (Normal and Hard), UST Mamiya Helium Nanocore 4 (Lite), and 5 (Normal).
The Aerojet LS offers a slightly more precise heading profile intended to appeal to skilled golfers who demand lower launch and spin performance off the tee.
To adjust the trajectory, there are two weight ports in the sole (stock in 12g and 3g weights) that are positioned forward in the heel and toe to provide a neutral or duller biased ball ride.
The Aerojet LS model comes in 9s10.5s Loft options (with adjustable hose) and come with a choice of three premium aftermarket shafts in select creases: MCA KAI’LI WHITE 60 (x-stiff and stiff); MCA KAI’LI Blue 60 (Normal and Hard), UST Mamiya Helium Nanocore 4 (Lite), and 5 (Normal).
The Aerojet Max is the absolute highest profile, most graphically biased option in the Aerojet line. It features a more aerodynamic, triangular shape, and dual weight ports at the rear and heel side of the head to provide more drag bias when heavier weight is placed in the heel.
The Aerojet MAX model comes in 9s10.5s and 12s Options (with adjustable hose) with a choice of two premium aftermarket shafts in select creases: MCA KAI’LI Blue 60 (normal and hard), and UST Mamiya Helium Nanocore 4 (lite) and 5 (normal). An Aerojet MAX chauffeur for ladies and juniors is also available.
Retail and pricing information
All Aerojet drivers are priced at $549 and will be available in retail and online stores starting February 9, 2023.
Aerojet Fairways Woods
Don’t think for a second that speed and aerodynamics are only for drivers; Cobra engineers have also been busy improving the look of the Fairway forests.
Other than being slightly smaller than the drivers, fairway woods carry much of the same technology as the drivers including a PWR-Bridge weight system suspended behind the face to increase ball velocity, PWRSHELL HOT face technology, carbon crown, adjustable weight (on LS and MAX models) and hose Adjustable top.
Also, like the drivers, Aerojet Fairway woods come in three models: the standard Aerojet, the Aerojet LS for low launch and spin, and the Aerojet Max for more lift, tolerance and drag bias.
The standard Aerojet comes in 15s18sand 21s With ST Helium Nanocore 5F2 shaft in lite flex or KAI’LI BLUE 60 in normal or stiff flexes.
The Aerojet LS model is available in size 13.5s and 15s Models with column 70 white MCA KAI’LI. The Aerojet Max comes in 15.5°, 18.5°, 21.5° and 24.5° sizes.s With shaft options including UST Helium Nanocore (5F2 lite or 5F3 reg flex) or KAI’LI BLUE 60 in extreme flexibility.
There is also an Aerojet Max Ladies Pass available in black with silver and blue accents.
Retail and pricing information
All Aerojet Fairway woods are individually priced at $329 and will be available in retail and online purchases starting February 9th.