Reviews and Problems with Cobra AMP Cell Pro Driver
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Long and straight.
2 August 2014
Summary: I took the club to the range when I first got it to figure what loft would be best. That was easy. Put it in play and after a few holes had the hang of it. On one par 4, which is uphill, I am usually 150 from the center of the green. With this club I was 110. Hit a 9 iron, 12 feet past the hole and sunk the putt for birdie. The club is long and straight. I usually have to shorten the shafts on my drivers but I am not going to do it on this club.
Summary: This club is a very good driver!! Easy to hit compared to most drivers and very forgiving, which is unusual!! I also have the regular amp cell driver which is even better than this pro model for the average player. I prefer the regular shaft with a mid flex point.
Increased distance consistently with strong accuracy on off center hits.
6 February 2014
Summary: adjustmetns to degree of loft very simple. Shaft on Prom model very "lively" and ball jumps off clubface with boring trajectory. Easy to control and allows for "second gear swing" without loss of control or direction. Better than the standard Cobra AMP in performance , value, and consistency.
Excerpt: Yes I said wow. this driver has the ball flying off the face in record time. The one thing that really stands out is the accuracy. Just awesome, even in the strong windy conditions this driver just has the ball penetrating through those heavy gusts. Just amazing! The driver not only works well but it also sports a really good look. thanks for a really good driver.
Summary: This is the club to beat. AWESOME and a quality aftermarket shaft to boot. Ignore the review that says clubface too open...this is the pro version, designed for fades because most pro's fight a hook!!! I thought I would never hit anything butmy Callaway TA RAZR. This is the only club to seriously challenge. If I want to play a course that favors fades and letme work right and long, I'll play this. The Kuro Kage shaft is amazing (and I'm a Fujikura Fuel fanatic).
Excerpt: I've been playing golf for 21 years now, and this driver is easily among the two best drivers I've ever played...the other being the old TaylorMade 300 Ti. I much prefer the smaller 440cc club face over the typical 460cc drivers that dominate the market, and the explosiveness and feel of this club at impact is just superb.
I think this club needs the 70g shaft. Very hard to hit. clubface too open
30 March 2013
Summary: great looking club, however the results are the same I've had with most other drivers recently. LOW spin, says all the Adv. don't believe it. set at 7.5% loft I can hit this as high as an 8 iron. Mishits bannana with more side spin as any club ever. this new kurokage shaft 60g seems even lighter than that. Club head lost in swing. Ball does seem to jump of the club face when and if you can finally hit it square. I'm finding it hard to feel where the head is in my swing.