|New Lady Cobra S3 MAX 15° Driver with Fujikura Womens Graphite Retail: $249|
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|Very Nice (RH) Cobra S3 Max Driver 10.5 Degrees Fujikura TX 005 Blur R-Flex|
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Riverside, CA, USA
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|• E9 Face Technology creates more hot spots farther away from the center of the clubface creating more distance from the areas of the clubface golfers hit most often• A taller elliptical face and beveled perimeter create a 30 percent larger Sweet Zone for increased distance, accuracy and forgiveness • Promotes maximum draw bias, which provides a square face at impact • Visual cues at address ensure proper alignment with target and help keep club on desired swing path|
|UPC||847111003571, 847111003632, 847111003717, 847111004455, 847111008903|
Average review score based on 52 user reviews
of customers recommend this product
I had decided to purchase a new set of clubs for wife. I purchased Cobra irons from a local retailer & now was looking for a driver to compliment the set. The retailer had the Cobra S-3 Max driver, but the retail price was over $200. I wasn't so sure about spending that much for the driver since she really doesn't play that often.
I thought that i would check EBay to see if I might get a little bit of a discount. We'll as it turned out the club was last years model & was discounted over $100. I am totaly satisfied with my purchase. The Cobra S3 Max is a very good club & will be in her bag for years to come. I also might mention that two of her girlfriends tried it out on the course & was so impressed that they both bought the same club.
I personally feel that the copbra S3 Max is one of the best clubs out there today for the recreational player. You can easily pay way more for a competitors brand, but you will not get get anymore than what the Cobra S3 offers. I need to mention that i play the Cobra S3 mens clubs.
I bought this driver for two seperate reasons. One is I have owned a Cobra driver before. Two I bought my original Cobra Driver because my game was really starting to suffer, just as it is now. I bought the Cobra S3 Max Driver with an 11.5 degree face, and the Blur shaft with senior flex. I am 69 years old and I've finally had to admit that I don't finish my swing with my belt buckle facing the target like I used to, which tends to make me hit most of drives to the right, even though I don't slice the ball. With my new Cobra S3 my draw is back and I leave most of my drives in the right center of the fairway. I tried some other new drivers with 10.5 and 11.5 degree heads, including some with adjustable heads and I lost too much yardage. With the S3 I'm not loosing that yardage. I have more confidence in the Cobra S3 so that I am now taking a much better swing at the ball, with a lot of improvement in my game. My handicap before the S3 was up to 18, but I am sure it will improve this spring and summer. I really like the S3 and am glad I deceided to go back to a Cobra Product. I would recommend the S3 to anyone in my age group because I love it.
Got exactly what I expected - quality is top-notch, it looks good, feels good, and delivers long, straight drives when I do my part. May not be the best for low handicappers, but with a 15 handicap it fits my game perfectly. I have the S3Max 3-wood, and hit it about 230 yds. It feels solid, and gets me in the fairway 80% of the time. This driver hits and feels just as good, and I added 30 yds over my 3-wood. Yes, it does have a little more metallic sound than the 3-wood, but not obnoxious like some of the older Cobras. This is an excellent choice for a beginner, casual weekender, or mid-handicapper who is fighting a slice. The offset and draw bias resulted in long, straight drives, and about 70% fairways hit. My fairway misses are usually left, and still playable. Just tee it high, and rip it down the right half, no problems! No club can fix a bad swing or a bad grip, but if I do my part, this club delivers exactly as I expect.
I am a golfer of 35 years experience, currently playing of 16.
I have always sliced , on a good day call it a fade.
When looking for a new driver, I Googled "best driver for mid handicapper who slices", several responses but the S3 Max stood out.
On purchasing the club I could not be happier. I opted for the regular shaft, and whilst no club can cure a slice completely, any type of OK swing the ball goes pretty much where aimed. Put a shocking swing on it and it still goes aray.
Distance wise, it is similair to other drivers I have used, however that is probably more the player than the club.
Love the club and could not recommend it high enough.
Bought this 9.5 degree driver to get a lower trajectory than the 10.5 degree Cobra M speed offset that I hit very straight but too high. The S3 Max is a nice club to swing, has given me the lower ball flight, and does not have the thunk sound of some older Cobra drivers. I am not hitting it as straight as I would like but the fade is consistent so the sweet spot must be pretty big cuz I have a bad and slow swing.