Cobra King Speedzone Vs Speedzone Xtreme Drivers


Cobra King Speedzone driver

What is the difference between the Cobra King Speedzone and Speedzone Xtreme drivers?

The key difference between the Cobra King Speedzone and Cobra King Speedzone Xtreme driver is that the latter is more forgiving. However, the Cobra King Speedzone driver renders more flexibility with front and rear adjustments.

Some noteworthy differences between the Cobra King Speedzone and Cobra King Speedzone Xtreme drivers are given in the table below.

 

Cobra King Speedzone

Cobra King Speedzone Xtreme

Profile

Traditional profile with standard size crown.

Oversized profile with a large crown.

Shaft

Available in six different shaft options.

Available in seven different shaft options.

Handicap level

Ideal for players in the handicap range of 0 to 10.

Ideal for players in the handicap range of 10 to 25.

Adjustable weights

Features adjustable weights both in the rear and front to modify the launch.

Has a weight port only at the rear.

Moment of Inertia

Has a slightly low moment of inertia.

Has a higher moment of inertia.

Stability

Less stable through the strike.

Offers more stability through the strike.

Sound

Renders a better sound when the driver strikes the ball.

The sound when the driver strikes the ball is not as good when compared with the Cobra King Speedzone driver.

Launch and spin

Suitable for low and mid launches as well as low spin.

Suitable for mid and high launches as well as mid and low spins.

Ball speed and distance

Offers a better ball speed and distance.

Comparatively less ball speed and distance.

Carry Distance

27 yards

262 yards

Loft

9°, 10.5°

9°, 10.5°, 12°

Is the Cobra King Speedzone better than the Speedzone Xtreme driver?

Yes, the majority of golfers find the Cobra King Speedzone driver to be a better driver than the Cobra King Speedzone Xtreme driver. For example, the carry distance offered by the Speedzone driver is more than the Speedzone Xtreme driver by a few yards and it has a better stability.

Furthermore, the Cobra Speedzone driver helps golfers with a low handicap to play the game better. It is also a better choice for those who prefer low and mid launches.

Low and mid handicappers find the Cobra King Speedzone a better driver to play with.

Another area where the Cobra King Speedzone scores over the Cobra King Speedzone Xtreme is the sound. Players find the sound rendered by the Cobra King Speedzone to be more pleasing to the ears when compared with the Cobra King Speedzone Xtreme.

 

Distance (King Speedzone Vs Speedzone Xtreme Driver)

The carry distance offered by the Cobra King Speedzone Xtreme driver is reasonably more than the Cobra King Speedzone driver while the latter has a better total distance.

The Cobra King Speedzone driver helps golfers achieve an average carry distance of 271 yards while the same distance with the Cobra King Speedzone Xtreme driver is only 262 yards. For some players, these distances are 268 yards and 265.5 yards respectively.

Some important aspects worth keeping in mind with respect to the distance rendered by the Cobra King Speedzone and the Cobra King Speedzone Xtreme drivers are given below.

  • The average peak distance by the Cobra King Speedzone driver is 34 yards. This is a couple of yards less when compared with the Cobra King SpeedzoneXtreme driver that offers 37 yards.
  • Golfers using the Cobra King Speedzone driver on the range are able to cover a distance of 270 yards. This distance achieved with the Cobra King SpeedzoneXtreme driver on the same range is 262 yards.
  • The average total distance achieved by golfers with the Cobra King Speedzone driver is about 242.8 yards. However, the same golfers were able to achieve 244.5 yards as the average total distance using the Cobra King Speedzone Xtreme driver.

 

Degree of loft (King Speedzone Vs Speedzone Xtreme Driver)

Both the Cobra King Speedzone and Cobra King Speedzone Xtreme drivers are available in more than one loft option. The former comes in two loft variations while the latter is available with three options for the loft.

The Cobra King Speedzone driver is available in loft options of 9° and 10.5° for mid-level and low handicappers.

On the other hand, the three variants offered by the Cobra King Speedzone Xtreme driver are 9°, 10.5°, and 12°. The extra 12° option makes this driver a better option for those who have slower swing speeds such as high handicappers and beginners.

  • The Cobra King Speedzone driver is a good choice for golfers who wish to have low and mid launches for their game. In contrast, the Cobra King Speedzone Xtreme driver is more suitable for those who prefer mid and high launches and want to get the golf ball up in the air as much as possible.
  • The Cobra King Speedzone driver is ideal for players who want to enjoy some low spin in their game. However, the Cobra King Speedzone Xtreme driver is a better choice for those golfers who want a driver that helps them render both mid and low spins during the game.
  • The 12°Cobra King Speedzone Xtreme driver helps golfers to avoid much deviation from the target line when compared with the Cobra King Speedzone driver because of the high loft.

 

Cobra King Speedzone Vs Callaway Mavrik Driver

There are a few key differences between the Cobra King Speedzone and the Callaway Mavrik drivers that golfers might consider keeping in mind when choosing a driver for their game.

The Cobra King Speedzone driver has a more traditional appearance and a lighter finish than the Callaway Mavrik driver with its dark finish. This gives the former a leading edge over the latter in the looks department.

  • The sound rendered by the Cobra King Speedzone driver isn’t as high-pitched and loud as the Callaway Mavrik driver. In other words, the Callaway Mavrik produces a more metallic sound.
  • The Cobra King Speedzone driver doesn’t launch the ball as high as the Callaway Mavrik driver though the difference isn’t much. However, the spin of the Cobra King Speedzone driver is more than that of the Callaway Mavrik.
  • The Cobra King Speedzone driver helps in delivering off-center hits better than the Callaway Mavrik driver because it is more forgiving. On the other hand, the Callaway Mavrik delivers more consistent shot patterns and carry distances compared to the Cobra King Speedzone.
  • The Cobra King Speedzone driver is available with two loft variants of 9° and 10.5°. In contrast, the Callaway Mavrik driver offers three loft choices of 9°, 10.5°, and 12°.

 

Cobra King Speedzone Driver Vs Cobra F9 Driver

With the 9° loft version, the Cobra King Speedzone driver and its predecessor, the Cobra F9 driver, both render an almost identical performance.

The following list highlights some differences between the Cobra King Speedzone driver and the Cobra F9 driver that can help golfers to make an informed decision on which driver will work best for them.

  • The Cobra King Speedzone driver has an average ball speed of 155.2mph while the average ball speed of the Cobra F9 driver is slightly more at 155.3mph.
  • The average backspin rendered by the Cobra King Speedzone driver is 2,144mph in contrast with the 2,202mph backspin of the Cobra F9 driver.
  • The Cobra King Speedzone driver offers an average peak distance of 34 yards while the Cobra F9 driver produces a very slightly longer distance of 35 yards.
  • The Cobra King Speedzone driver has an average descent angle of 2° whereas this angle is 38.8° for the Cobra F9 driver.

  • The Cobra King Speedzone driver is available in two loft variants of 9° and 10.5° with lie angles of 57.5° and 58.5° respectively. On the other hand, the Cobra F9 driver comes in three loft options of 9°, 10.5°, and 12° with the corresponding lie angles at 57.5°, 58.5°, and 59.5° respectively.

  • The Cobra King Speedzone driver features front and rear adjustability that supports D1 to D4 swing weights. However, there is no adjustability option in the Cobra F9 driver that has a standard swing weight of D3.

 

Cobra King Speedzone Driver Vs Ping G410Plus Driver

There are some variations between the specifications of the Cobra King Speedzone driver and the Ping G410 Plus driver that are worth keeping in mind.

  • The Ping G410 Plus driver is preferred over the Cobra King Speedzone driver by players who like using long drivers. While the former driver is 45.75 inches long, the latter is 45.25 inches in length.
  • The Cobra Speedzone driver is opted by golfers who prefer having a bigger head size for their driver when compared to the Ping G410 Plus driver. While the Cobra driver has a head size of 460cc, the Ping driver comes with a smaller head size of 455cc.
  • The Cobra Speedzone driver offers players a lesser range of shaft flex operations when compared with the Ping G410 Plus driver.
  • The Ping G410 Plus driver comes in three loft variations of 9°, 10.5°, and 12° with an adjustment of +/-1.5° and an average lie angle of 58.5° for each loft.
  • TheCobra Speedzone driver comes with 9° and 10.5° lofts that have lie angles of 57.5° and 58.5° respectively.

  • The Cobra Speedzone driver is a good option for golfers with mid and high handicaps. In contrast, the Ping G410 is suitable for handicappers of all levels.
  • Players who have used both drivers find the Cobra Speedzone driver, less forgiving than the Ping G410 Plus driver.

 

Cobra King Speedzone Driver Vs TaylorMade Sim Max Driver

A few differences that players consider to be important between the Cobra King Speedzone and the TaylorMade Sim Max drivers are mentioned here.

Apart from the two 9° and 10.5° loft options available for both the drivers, the TaylorMade Sim Max driver has a third variant with a 12° loft that the Cobra King Speedzone driver doesn’t have.

  • The Cobra King Speedzone driver has an average ball speed of 156.7mph while the TaylorMade Sim Max driver has a higher average ball speed of 172.2mph.
  • The Cobra King Speedzone driver features an average launch angle of 5° that is considerably more than the average 13.8° launch angle rendered by the TaylorMade Sim Max driver.
  • The Cobra King Speedzone driver has an average spin rate of 1,786rpm while the TaylorMade Sim Max driver offers a larger spin rate of 2,273rpm.
  • The Cobra King Speedzone driver has an average carry distance of 268 yards whilst the TaylorMade Sim Max driver offers a more average carry distance of 299.5 yards.
  • The Cobra King Speedzone driver is available with shaft flex options of Extra-Stiff, Stiff, Regular, and Lite. On the other hand, the TaylorMade Sim Max driver has only Regular and Stiff options for its shaft flex.
  • The Cobra King Speedzone driver offers a swing weight ranging between D1 and D4 because of its adjustability while the TaylorMade Sim Max driver has a standard D3 swing weight.
  • The Cobra King Speedzone driver has an overall length of 45.25 inches while the TaylorMade Sim Max driver is slightly longer at 45.75 inches.

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