Cobra 427 LONG DRIVE Beta Ti Drivers

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427 LONG DRIVE Beta Ti

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User Reviews (7)

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Pky6471   Shoots in the 90s [Dec 04, 2005]
Model Reviewed: King Cobra 427cc driver

I picked up a rental set while on a business trip last summer. It has this 427 cc driver. I really enjoyed playing with this club, very easy to play with. I bought a Callaway 360cc 2004 Ti driver before my business trip, otherwise I would seriously consider buying this club. You could probably find it cheap on ebay now.

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5
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5
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9iron9iron   Scratch Golfer [Dec 03, 2005]
Model Reviewed: Cobra 427 Long Drive 6 deg XX stiff

I have a higher than normal swing speed that in conjunction with my swing causes my drives to typically baloon. I've been looking for a driver that could correct that issue and allow my to not change my swing. Found it. I found a 6 degree 427 SS with a XX SK Fiber shaft. The rep at the store said that it was a trade and no one would buy it due to the specs. I got it for a steal and I must say that I love it. Well, I love the head...the shaft actually may be a bit stiff. I have to really crack on it to draw the ball but the trajectory is awesome. I don't know many people that I would recommend this actual 6 deg and shaft combo to but overall, I would recommend the product to anyone.

Customer Service

Do know yet and hopefully won't have to find out.

Similar Products Used: What's similar to this??? Can't say that I know of anything.
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5
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5
cnorris   Shoots in the 80s [Aug 15, 2004]
Model Reviewed: cobra beta titanium long drive model

Wow! that prety much sums it up. This driver has a large sweet spot, big head, and high c.o.r. it's very forgiving and LONG. this 7.5 degree carries about 275 and rolls to 300+ on a solid swing. thats where this driver relly excells. this gets scary long when i realy let her rip. surprisingly i can still work the ball well. surprising for a 427cc head.

Customer Service

have not used.

Similar Products Used: c4,nike
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5
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5
buzz666   Shoots in the 70s [Sep 10, 2003]
Model Reviewed: King Cobra 427 long drive model

After hitting friends 427, the titleist j driver was sold.fifteen to twenty yards longer and more accurate.Still hard to believe this club can be so much better,but it is.

Similar Products Used: titleist j,and every driver on this planet
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5
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5
dranns   Shoots in the 90s [Aug 09, 2003]
Model Reviewed: Cobra 427 LONG DRIVE Beta Ti Driver

With my tour edge driver i averaged 260 yards off the tee and got a few out past 300. The first round i hit this driver i drove the ball around 300 yards 6 times and hit one a small in comparison 285. If you are looking to control the ball though i don't recomend it. In all reality, come on guys, chicks dig the long ball.

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5
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5
jim   Shoots in the 80s [Jul 11, 2003]
Model Reviewed: cobra 427 beta ti

I'll keep it short... Long, forgiving and the best driver I've ever hit, and I've hit alot of em

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5
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5
fg3388   Shoots in the 80s [Jun 30, 2003]
Model Reviewed: Cobra Ti 427 Long Drive Driver 7.5 degree with Penley shaft

I have been in the market for a new driver for a while. I am currently using a 9 degree Great Big Bertha. I like it alot. I average around 260 with it but I was looking for something to take advantage of the new Technology. I demo-ed the GBB 2 but I did not like it. I hit the Nike, Adams, Cleveland and Ping drivers but none of them compare to this club. I hit this a Cobra demo day for about an hour. Long, straight and I can work the ball. 15 to 20 yards longer than my GBB. This club is different than the regular 427. It is a little longer and comes with the custom shaft from the factory.

Customer Service

N/A

Similar Products Used: Great Big Bertha, Great Big Bertha 2, Adams, Nike, Ping and Cleveland oversize drivers.
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5
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5
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