From Golf Magazine (July, 2010)
Baffer technology comes to fairway
woods in an easy-to-hit, ultra forgiving
package. The large, shallow
head has a low, deep center of
gravity to produce a higher initial launch
than most fairway woods. Higher MOI
(by 15 percent) than conventional
woods means more help on misses,
while a shorter shaft (a half inch shorter
than the Cobra S2 woods) enhances
control. The four-way rail sole reduces
turf interaction for clean contact.
From The Shop Blog (June, 2010)
Earlier this year Cobra Golf released the Baffler Rail H hybrid clubs. Now the company is extending the line by sending Baffler Rail F fairway woods to pro shops.
Like the hybrids, the Baffler fairways feature a series of metal bars that extend along the sole from the face to the back of the club. These “rails” help the clubs work through the grass and turf more easily, increasing forgiveness.
The thin faces of these fairway woods are made from steel and are designed to increase ball speed to maximize distance. With a low profile and elongated face, they are ideal for players who are looking for high-flying, soft-landing shots.
The Cobra Baffler fairway woods are available in 15.5°, 18°, and 20° lofts and come standard with a Fujikura Motore graphite shaft
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