What you need to know: Based on the LTDx platform, the new Cobra AeroJet family includes three models: Aerojet LSAnd AerojetAnd Aerojet Max. internal high bridge structure (PWR-Bridge Weight) In the only part of the club is the central technique of the line, which puts the CG low and forward.
Advanced aerodynamic shaping: The AeroJet engine produces 1.5 mph more speed in bot testing than the LTD line, and features advanced aerodynamic shaping and unique weight configurations for maximum clubhead speed and precise mass configuration.
PWR-Bridge Weight: Suspended in the club’s sole like a bridge, the 13-gram PWR-Bridge places a CG low and forward for reduced spin and a flex sole for enhanced power transfer.
PWRSHELL Face Insert: This technology, which first appeared in the Cobra Driver, produces an even larger sweet spot.
Hot face (highly optimized topology): The AI-engineered variable thickness face produces more efficient spin and speed across the racquet front.
Thin carbon fiber raw finish…The club’s crown and sole are 30 percent thinner than “ordinary carbon fiber,” according to the company, which contributes to a lower centering rate and more engineers’ discretionary mass for contact at launch and spin.
AeroJet LS Cobra driver Jason Dufner
Additional form details
- Low launch, low spin
- Neutral to fade biased
- Smaller profile in the header
- Two weight ports in the sole (with 12g and 3g weights) are positioned forward in the heel and toe
- Fixed 12g rear weight for higher launch, MOI
- Launch higher than the LS while still being low
- Neutral shot format
- Maximum stability with optional tow bias
- Putting 12 grams of weight in the rear, 3 grams in the heel = stability with a small drag bias
- Putting 12 grams of weight in the heel = greater drag bias
What does Cobra say?
“The aerodynamic package in the new AeroJet family for drivers is our most advanced yet,” said Mike Yagley, Cobra Golf Vice President of Innovation. “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.”
Pricing and availability
Aerojet LS: 9, 10.5 deg
Comes in right/left side with a choice of 3 premium aftermarket shafts in specific flexes including: MCA Kai’li White 60 (x-stiff and stiff); Project X HZRDUS Black Gen4 (solid) and MCA KAI’LI Blue 60 (plain). Lamkin Crossline grips come standard.
Aerojet: 9, 10.5, 12 degrees
Comes in right/left side with a choice of 3 premium aftermarket shafts in specific flexes including: 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 Lamkin Crossline Grip comes standard.
Aerojet Max: 9, 10.5 12 degrees
It comes in RH/LH with a choice of 2 premium selling shafts in select flexes: MCA Kai’li Blue 60 (Normal and Hard), and UST Mamiya Helium Nanocore 4 (Lite) and 5 (Normal). The Lamkin Crossline Grip comes standard.
The AeroJet Max is also available in a female version.
In retail: February 10th
Cobra Aerojet Max
Cobra Aerojet LS
2023 AeroJet Cobra Forest Fairway
What you need to know: Like the AeroJet engines, the 2023 Cobra AeroJet Fairway woods feature PWR-Bridge Technology, PWRSHELL, and HOT Face as well as carbon fiber crowns. CG is low and forward for speed and low spin. Aerojet LSM, Aerojet, Aerojet Max.
Jason Dufner Cobra Aerojet 3-Wood
- low spin model
- Front weighting for fewer tracks, more operability
- Two front weight ports with 12g and 3g weights can fit in the heel or toe.
Cobra Aerojet LSM 3-wood by Gary Woodland
- Aim for the widest part of the bell curve fitting
- Fixed 12g weight in the rear of the sole for tolerance, high cruising
- The most forgiving model
- Draw bias
- 12g and 3g weights can be placed in the back or heel of the sole
Pricing, specifications and availability
AeroJet LSM Fairway It is offered with an MCA Kai’li White 70 shaft in rigid and sturdy Flex, and a Lamkin Crossline handle. Loft offerings include 3W with a nominal loft of 14.5 (adjustable between 13.0 – 16), and 5W with a nominal loft of 17.5 (adjustable between 16-19).
AeroJet Pass Offered with a choice of UST Helium Nanocore 5F2 in Lite flex or Kai’li Blue 60 in standard or stiff flex. Loft widths include 15 (3W) adjustable from 13.5″ to 16.5″, 18 (5W) adjustable from 16.5″ to 19.5″, and 21 (7W) adjustable from 19.5″ to 22.5″.
Aerojet Max Shaft options include UST Helium Nanocore (5F2 Lite or 5F3 Reg flex) or Kai’li Blue 60 in extreme flex. Loft widths include 15.5″ (3W) adjustable from 14″ to 17″, 18.5″ (5W) adjustable from 17″ to 20″, and 21.5″ (7W) adjustable from 20″ to 23″.
The AeroJet Max is also available in a women’s model (available in 3W (18.5) adjustable between 17.0 to 20.0, 5W (21.5) adjustable between 20.0 to 23.0, and 7W (24.5) adjustable between 23.0 to 26.0.
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