How Good is the Cobra F8 Driver? (Adjustments Explained)

Cobra made a mark by introducing their latest driver. It is the first golf driver to get a precision milled face and it goes under the name of Cobra King F8. Cobra mentions that this is a fully CNC milled machined golf driver with the most precise, hottest, and thinnest face ever made. We give this driver a 4-star rating. Says a famous online reviewer Ben Crane on his website.

Cobra F8 Driver Reviews

The Cobra F8 is a fantastic driver. It looks the business, it’s powerful and forgiving, sounds great and it’s the only driver on the market that will record where you hit every drive (to help you improve), thanks to an Arccos sensor in the grip.

If you’re considering a Draw driver, the F8 should be on your shortlist, sole weight and hosel adjustability mean there’s 12 yards of draw bias on offer which is every bit as good as the competition – said by Todays Golfer.

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Cobra F8 Driver Adjustments

The Cobra KING F8 driver gives you some of everything. It’s a forgiving club with simple but meaningful adjustability. The addition of Cobra Connect improves the value proposition, particularly for those already interested in shot tracking. If you like the oversized footprint that it has at address, it’s worth checking out. Said by Matt Saternus on his website.

How do you adjust the weights on a Cobra f8 driver?

Tune your center of gravity

Place the 12g weight in the “High” (BACK) position to promote a higher, towering ball flight, or in the “Draw” (HEEL) position to promote more draw for straighter drives.

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Step 1: To adjust the loft, loosen the shaft using the wrench provided to you by inserting it into the screw on the sole.

Step 2: Turn it counterclockwise until the shaft can be pulled far enough from the head to allow it to rotate.

Step 3: Rotate the shaft until your desired loft setting aligns with the hosel window. Increasing or decreasing the loft will change the trajectory + or – .7 degrees and the spin + or – 400 rpm respectively.

Step 4: Insert the shaft back into the head and tighten the screw by turning the wrench clockwise until you hear a single, audible click.

Final Words 

It’s good to see a manufacturer charging the same price for the regular and low spin versions of the driver and the King F8 is a good value for money driver considering what you are getting. With the change to Nardo, Cobra shows that they are not afraid to keep re-inventing themselves and if you haven’t tried their drivers before then King F8 could be the one to transform your game as well. Said Martin Hopley on a website.

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