A top line that is not super thin, but neither is it distracting. E9 face technology is an elliptical-shaped sweet spot pattern. Great read, I miss my Cobra Amp Cell+ and I am considering this or the Fly Z+. The Ping i20 irons that I use have regular-flex shafts throughout the set, and I am able to deliver a square clubface with my 4 iron. You can definitely tell whether your hit is well-struck or off, although there won't be any significant difference in performance, thanks to its great forgiveness rating. Setting the loft at 8˚ produced a noticeably lower ballflight than 11˚, and I definitely see where smarter golfers can find a use for that variance. We will also discuss the Fly Z+ in a greater detail further below.
Seemingly a minuscule addition, this design has been proven effective to correct slices. The black face which, again, is what I prefer provides a nice contract with the white. As a result, you will have an extra split second in your swing to square your shots. Mid-sized grips for my huge hands and huge style, stiff shafts for my over swinging approach and an out of the box fit, since I seem to be an average in only club fitting. Without further ado, here are how the Cobra Fly Z Driver perform on all the different aspects: Distance: the key is consistency The Cobra Fly Z driver is definitely , even back then when it was first released, but it's satisfyingly above average, compared to other game-improvement drivers. Performance-wise, the Bio Cell+ is pretty addictive.Next
But what that relative lack of expectations let me do was hit this driver with a completely open mind. Some players might regard Fly-Z+ as a boring driver. Cobra is known to have the motto we are the cool stuff that works, and the Fly-Z series perfectly represented that mission. The all-white Red Tie 6Q3 has a little bit of that ubiquity. A lot of companies are taking this portion of the club purchase seriously and really adding to the overall buying experience by including some very unique qualities to their headcovers. Technology affords this golfer the opportunity to play to his strengths.Next
Exactly what I needed 29 January 2015 By Rick Eagle As I'm a fairly average 22 handicapper, it's not worth being 'fitted' for a driver, according to some. Hitting more fairways and playing better golf certainly can boost your level of enjoyment for a round, and since putting the Fly-Z in my bag I can honestly say I am having more fun. Bottom line: the white Matrix shaft looks cool as hell. Without being on a launch monitor, I cannot definitively say whether there was more or less spin to my drives, however, I can say my mishits did not fly drastically offline. For my swing, the BiO Cell+ iron results were a bit livelier in a horizontal way: I was more likely to overcook right-to-left for my right-handed swing an iron with the Dynamic Gold shaft than I was with the lighter, True Temper Dynalite shaft of the BiO Cell iron.
Its weight matches nicely with that of the club head, so that I never felt like I was swinging a kettlebell at the end of four feet of string, nor did the medium-weight shaft ever slow down my swing speed. The shaft and clubhead meet at the hosel, which does a good job of concealing an abundance of technology. Should You Pick The Fly-Z+ Over The Other Two? Building the perfect driver was a long way off and still is , but Jertson was excited where Ping had landed with the G30. Pros: Both models offer a high level of forgiveness across the face and impressive ball speeds. This is a minor radar blip, as a quick swap for hybrids will offer respite and solace.Next
We wouldn't call it an upgrade, but rather, they can cater to different needs. He saw me struggling with my Cleveland and asked me if i wanted to try it. To summarize, the Fly Z+ is the most premium option in the Fly Z Driver Series, and certainly, has its nice extras. I asked a friend who is a respected club fitter to bend the BiO Cell to my specs. If you are looking for more spin, for example, to produce an intended draw, you can easily move the weight further back for more spin. We have also mentioned that the sound on the Fly-Z+ is slightly muted and dull, due to its carbon fiber material on the crown. Simply put, having too many loft angle settings will further complicate the flight trajectory and spin problem, which will, in turn, decrease your gained distance.
That may not be entirely true. I am pleased with the appearance and feel of the BiO Cell and BiO Cell+ iron heads from Cobra, and I was enthused by the feel and sound of solid contact. In the past you had to be a touring professional to get custom colors. Critics will point out the low, neutral center of gravity strategy is soooo 2013. That extra split second counts, and along the way, you can improve your swing habits to correct the slices by itself. The Bio Cell features a similar hosel, but now the MyFly8 system has an extra 2 settings bringing the total lofts options up to, you guessed it, eight. Harry, Thanks for your question.Next
Looks Score: 85 Sound and Feel The irons have a solid but dull, thud to them when you strike them fully or off center a bit. The stock shaft held up very nicely and will fit the vast majority of players quite well. Shared sand and lob wedges in the BiO Cell configuration and design are available. Very firm, but with much spin The standard Fly-Z model provides a natural, mid to high launch. This translated to an average carry distance of 146. When , the driver was a powerful testament to his vision. During impact, the response is always resonant and loud, regardless of where you catch it.Next