Cobra SZ 400 Tour Drivers

SZ 400 Tour

  • Cobra SZ drivers offer a milled rhombus oval insert to optimize swing dynamics for greater ball speed
  • Plus, an exclusive dual weighting system precisely controls the club's center of gravity
  • Transfers weight low and back for incredible power across all nine points

User Reviews (6)

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cuzimazz8   Shoots in the 80s [Oct 30, 2007]
Model Reviewed: Cobra 400sz (unlimited)

Unique, simple, if you hit one of the nine sweet spots firstly your ears would be pierced by the most powerfull sound ever kind of like the a-bomb them you realise that your ball has entered orbit. I gave my pro a shot with mine and the ball must have gone wayy ove 330 in a slight wind in face and he looks about 10stone MAX and maybe 5'6

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5
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5
capeto   Shoots in the 100s [Aug 25, 2005]
Model Reviewed: Cobra SZ 400 Tour

It does not take a lot of effort to send the ball soaring into the farway with this puppy. Got new for about $150 with Fujikura Pro Vista stiff. You can work the ball anyway you want it. It's loud and long.

Customer Service

2golf.com deal

Similar Products Used: Steelhead Plus, Wilson FatShaft, Component head knock offs.
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5
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5
fengler19   Shoots in the 80s [Aug 17, 2005]
Model Reviewed: Cobra SZ 400 Driver Tour

I just bought the Cobra SZ 400 Tour 9.5 off of ebay for about $115 brand new. It has a Fujikura Vista Pro Stiff Shaft. I really like this driver. The tour version sets up square and is meant for people who don't have a problem losing the ball right. This club is pretty long, and with my swing has a higher ball flight, but not ballooning. No club is a miracle worker, but this thing is really forgiving. I previously had a TM R510 with a prolite S shaft on it. I loved this club, but the face cracked on it (I'm hearing this is pretty common with this club) The Cobra sets up pretty similar to the 510. I'd say it's a bit more forgiving and about 10 yards longer. I hit the Cobra about 265-275 on average. Had a few 300 yard drives yesterday. Miss hits will still get me out there about 230 which isn't bad. I really like the shaft, I have a pretty fluid harder swing. I'm not going to say that this club works miracles and will make a 200 yard hitter hit it 300 yards, but it is really forgiving and will hit it out there as good as any club out there for a bunch less money. If the value rating on here went to 10 i'd give it a ten. I definatley recommend this club and I'm not taking out of my bag for awhile.

Customer Service

Bought off of ebay, hopefully never have to deal with them.

Similar Products Used: TaylorMade R510 with Prolite S Shaft
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5
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5
MulliparMatt   Shoots in the 80s [Mar 28, 2005]
Model Reviewed: Cobra 400SZ Tour 9.5* stiff

I love the Cobra "Tour" series drivers(with the exception of the 414Comp Tour), with their better shafts and square faces, compared to the standard versions. All for the same price! I own both the SS350 Tour and the SZ400 Tour--they are both great but play slightly different. I'd say the SZ400 is a bit longer due to noticeably more top spin roll--once the ball hits the ground it just keeps going and going. That's probably due to the taller face, since this club has a really deep face, and a noticeably higher center of gravity. Both clubs have great shafts: -the GD YS-6.1 in the SS350T is lively and snappy with what feels like a stiffer tip, while the SZ400T has a Fuji Vista Pro 65 which has a seamless silky feel and moderate torque-so it plays like a kinder gentler version of the popular Aldila NV shaft. The SZ400 Tour definitely has personality geared toward the "swing" as opposed to "hitter" type swing. Players that like to generate their power with strong forearms and wrists will probably not like the Vista Pro shaft(tip too soft). If , however you have one of those smooth tempo,wide arch,great form, silky swings--this club will feel taylormade for you--you've got to give this one a try!

Customer Service

NA

Similar Products Used: Titleist 983k TM 510 Cobra SS 350Tour SZ 414Comp Tour
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5
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5
T-Rex2003   Shoots in the 70s [Jun 11, 2004]
Model Reviewed: 8.5*

I agree with the other reviews--this driver is straight and long. What I like best is that the face is square. Most oversize titanium drivers are closed, which promotes a draw for most players. Good players who don't slice miss left when we put a bad swing on it. A closed face just makes it that much worse. That's why the tour pros bend their drivers way open--I read Vijay Singh's TM R510 is 5* open! Anyway, this Cobra is nice. Sets up nice, looks good, big fat sweet spot. Goes a mile. I like the Vista Pro shaft, have them in other sticks, too. Really good value.

Customer Service

Not used

Similar Products Used: TM drivers in play for many years. R540 for about two years, SuperSteel before that.
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5
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5
divot_tool   Shoots in the 80s [Jun 11, 2004]
Model Reviewed: Cobra 400SZ Tour

I got a great deal on this driver brand new through a friend. This driver made me sell my Cobra 427 and my Cobra 440SZ. Cobra drivers are great clubs...I'm seeing places in the fairway that I never have before. The reason I went with the 400SZ Tour besides the good deal, was due to how straight I am with this thing. It is the only SZ driver with a square face. The other SZ drivers are 2.5 degrees closed to prevent slices and encourage a draw. What's odd about that is, whenever I would miss with the 427/440, I would put a push/fade on the ball..go figure. In my opinion, the 400SZ Tour is easier to hit. I have hit a couple of drives that are 350+!!!with the wind..no BS!! I now outdrive almost all of my friends. The model I own has the Fujikura Vista Pro 60 Reg Flex Graphite shaft..an upgrade over the stock shafts that come in the 400SZ and 440SZ. I normally play a stiff flex graphite, but the Reg. flex in this shaft plays stiffer than a normal regular and is just right for me. I highly recommend this club to anyone that shoots in the 70's or 80's.

Customer Service

Haven't needed them.

Similar Products Used: Cobra 427SS, Cobra 440SZ, Cobra 400SZ, Big Bertha War Bird
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5
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5
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