New F8 Cobra Driver Review by Mark Crossfield

by Maura Hutchinson

We enlisted the help of Mark Crossfield to test and review the new Cobra F8 Driver (coming soon).

In the video Mark talks you through all aspects of the Driver from the feel to performance out on the course, all the way to the technology sheet Cobra has invested into the club.

The F8’s main features include the revolutionary CNC Milled Face, previously seen on specialist wedges. The CNC milled face enables designers to control the thickness and thinness across the face of the club. There is also a new curve across the face to make it even more forgiving.

This year's colours are predominantly black and grey which makes it a striking design. There is of course the new familiar adjustable neck to customise the loft and lie. As well as the neck, there are interchangeable weight ports with a 2 gram and 12 gram heel toe weighting to changing the centre of gravity.

As Mark says, one of the biggest grabbers of this driver is the Cobra Connect by Arccos 360 Golf Tracking System, specifically created to help you improve your scores. Cobra have made this a great looking driver that is long and easy to hit. Ricky Fowler put it straight in his bag and December’s Hero World Challenge (Tiger Woods’ first event back).