Longer and straighter than my Ping Anser. For the average golfer, however, this is as much club as you will ever need and it is perfectly capable of hitting quality golf shots. One other aspect that I think will surprise most is the ability to work the ball. Where the Bio Cell driver really stands out is in the forgiveness category. The R15 is not a game-improvement driver, so forgiveness is not its emphasis. The Bio Cell+ is 440cc but it has a shallow face and is pretty long front to back, which makes it look a bit bigger than it actually is.
As a result, it will generate a little extra ball speed, which will be especially helpful during off-center hits. The different colours are an irrelevant sales gimmick. What then, made the Fly-Z so special? Thin, Optomized, Personalized technology via use of ultralight Venollum alloy in the crown. Without further ado, here are how the Cobra Fly Z Driver perform on all the different aspects: Distance: the key is consistency The Cobra Fly Z driver is definitely , even back then when it was first released, but it's satisfyingly above average, compared to other game-improvement drivers. All these designs help with a smooth long distant drive.
The irons are workable to an extent, with baby draws and fades quite easy to achieve. The Tungsten Cell Weighting on the back of the Bio Cell irons help provide added distance and control. I am a believer in the Cobra technology…it works for me. Again, the club is plenty forgiving and plenty long, with adjustable loft settings allowing you to tweak ball flight. Bottom line: the white Matrix shaft looks cool as hell. He saw me struggling with my Cleveland and asked me if i wanted to try it. There's a simpler setting to adjust the loft angle, there is no adjustable weight system, and there are no other gimmicks which might be too complicated for beginners.
It also features a movable weight system very similar to the Fly-Z+, but it involves two weights instead of just one. That also makes the weight feel a bit more spread out, which I like. The Bio Cell+ driver is geared toward better players. Meh — if the club works, we all seem to go with whatever crap the mfgrs put out. Tried 7 or 8 drivers plus my old one and this was the choice. The result is that the sole surfaces will not hit the ground in back or front of the SmartPad which, if they did hit the ground, would cause the head to rotate closed or open since the club will want to rotate until the sole contact point is sitting under the club balance point.
The Fly Z+ will produce more satisfying distance and feedback for better players. The SmartPad sole design also allows golfers to easily adjust their preferred face angle either in the store on a flat surface or on the varying terrain of a golf course. It is available in Stiff, Regular and Lite flexes and features a Fujikura Fuel shaft 60g S and R, 55g L and 45. Cobra was able to achieve this great feel by introducing their all-titanium, 440 cc head. During launch monitor testing, both the BiO Cell and BiO Cell+ exhibited extremely high and consistent ball speeds. Sometimes swings change, and that is where this driver comes in handy, especially for the majority of golfers. I agree that people tinker way too much and probably do more harm than good, but the option is there.
Should You Pick The Fly-Z+ Over The Other Two? Main Differences in Performance We have learned about all the differences in technology and design compared to the Fly-Z. The creates a different cosmetic look at address, but more importantly redistributes even more weight to achieve a lower spinning, neutral bias, mid-trajectory 440cc head. The 6-In-1 Driver What if I told you that starting on Feb. Many manufacturers fit longer shafts in their game-improvement drivers nowadays, which in our opinion, reduce the overall feel and playability. On the course, exactly what I was looking for; hitting fairways, increased length due to greater carry and roll.
All the colors make them look childish and cheap. It is intersting that I have noted that the regular shaft when the head is set at 10. I was able to hit the fairway wood about 2 weeks ago and I liked them, many others were there and they hit the driver and had nothing but positive thoughts. The sleek, metallic blue crown with red accents is simply beautiful. The My Fly technology allows golfers to customize their driver with 8 loft setting and 3 fade settings. Given the performance of the BiO Cell line, their position makes an awful lot of sense. Do you want average-quality irons with average forgiveness that will encourage you to hit the ball solidly? Cobra has designed the drivers to have six different settings in each head and the feedback was hugely positive, with each player seeing noticeable improvements via Trackman when compared with their current driver.
Haven't played around with the MyFly settings yet to see if I can squeeze a bit more out of it but thrilled with the extra distance so far and i'm hitting more than my average number of fairways as well. We have chosen three drivers available today, which is comparable to the Fly-Z in many aspects. The buzz about this driver is tremendous right now, but will that die down over the next few months when TaylorMade comes with their next monster? Some were hit off-center, certainly, but the results were so much better than I deserved that I almost felt a little bit guilty. We think the red will do well, but the blue came out top on an on-line straw poll of our social network users. The all-white Red Tie 6Q3 has a little bit of that ubiquity. Even on your worst mis-hit, you will still gain an acceptable distance. I am waiting on the Hybrid, Irons, and wedges.