First Look – Cobra AeroJet Fairway Woods

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Designed to match the AeroJet drivers, the AeroJet fairway woods have an internal weight to optimise the centre of gravity location for increased ball speed, lower spin rates and more distance.

Utilising the same PWR-BRIDGE weighting, and PWR-SHELL with H.O.T. FACE, and carbon fibre crown technologies as the AeroJet drivers, COBRA engineers were able to shift the CG forward for more speed and low spin while also creating a more flexible face and sole area to maximise speed and distance.  

The new lineup will be available in three models designed to fit the full spectrum of players.

AEROJET Max Fairway
COBRA’s most forgiving fairway that combines the fast and forgiving performance of the standard AeroJet  model with additional launch and draw bias.
The AeroJet Max also has two weight ports and comes standard with a 3-gram and 12-gram weight, but one port is in the back while the other is in the heel. This allows golfers and fitters to create a more significant draw bias to help reduce the effects of a slice or further increase the MOI and stability.
Loft offering include 15.5 o (3W) adjustable from 14 o to 17 o, 18.5 o (5W) adjustable from 17 o to 20 o, and 21.5 o (7W) adjustable from 20 o to 23 o.

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, 7W (24.5) adjustable between 23.0 to 26.0 that comes in a black with silver and cool blue accents and is equipped with a UST Helium Nanocore 4F1 shaft in women’s flex.

The standard AeroJet model is aimed at the widest variety of players looking for easy launch, long distance, and ample forgiveness. The standard Aerojet fairway wood has a 12-gram weight in the back of the head that helps to increase stability and forgiveness and comes in three loft overs (15, 18 and 21 degrees). Thanks to an adjustable hosel mechanism that lets players and fitters increase the loft by up to 1.5 degrees or decrease it as much as 2 degrees, this version spans from 13 to 22.5 degrees, so it can meet a wide variety of gapping needs.

The Aerojet LS is designed for faster swinging golfers who need to reduce spin and launch angle. Like the Aerojet LS driver, it has weight ports in the heel and toe area, but in the fairway wood, they are farther apart. A 3-gram and 12-gram weight come standard. With the 12-gram weight in the heel the club has a draw bias while putting it in the toe area encourages a fade. In either case, because the weights are forward in the sole, the club produces less spin because the centre of gravity remains forward.
Loft offerings include a 3W with a nominal loft of and 14.5 o (adjustable between 13.0 – 16.0), and a 5W with a nominal loft of 17.5 o (adjustable between 16.0 o – 19.0 o ).

All AeroJet fairways will be available at retail and online, February 10 for an RRP of €319. For more information, visit

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