The LTDx LS is Cobra's lowest spinning driver. It is designed for skilled players with fast swing speeds. Most of its weight is located low and forward for a lower, penetrating flight. A traditional shape and forward weighting allows for improved workability.
Lower Spin With Higher Forgiveness
PWR-COR Technology positions a substantial amount of weight low and forward for faster ball speed with reduced spin. With most of its weight positioned forward, the 'LS' model features the lowest spin and the most workability of the three models.
Hottest Face Design
A new H.O.T Face design is precisely tuned for speed using machine learning. Using data from thousands of impact simulations, Cobra created 15 different zones with perfected thicknesses to increase ball speed across a larger area of the face.
Lighter & Stronger Construction
A multi-material construction features up to 30% more carbon and a lighter and more stable titanium chassis. The new design maximizes weight savings so that more mass can be positioned low and forward in the PWR-COR to increase speed.
PWR-COR Technology is a multi-material weighting system that positions as much weight as possible low and forward. 19 grams total (a 14g machined steel internal weight and a 5g exterior aluminum weight) is positioned right behind the hitting zone to transfer maximum speed to the golf ball at impact with reduced spin.
H.O.T FACE TECHNOLOGY
Using machine learning and CNC machining, Cobra created a new variable thickness design that is precision tuned for speed. H.O.T stands for "Highly Optimized Topology." Using data from thousands of impact simulations, they optimized thicknesses in 15 different zones to maximize ball speed across a larger area of the face. These zones create visual peaks and valleys that resemble a topology map, which is how the design got its name.
A multi-material construction uses a lightweight carbon crown and sole plate, and a lighter and stronger titanium chassis. The new chassis design is 8.3g lighter and allows for up to 30% more carbon fiber to be used. A lighter chassis is critical to freeing up more discretionary weight that could be positioned low and forward in the PWR-COR to increase ball speed.
Two adjustable weights (a heavy 10g and a lightweight 3g) can be positioned in the heel and toe position. Position the 10g heavy weight in the toe for max fade bias (3-4 yards), or in the heel for a neutral to fade biased ball flight.
CNC MILLED INFINITY FACE
An updated CNC Infinity Face design wraps around the leading edge to increase the zone of maximum ball speed while providing a traditional topline for improved visual alignment.