Take a peek inside Cobra’s new Tour truck | Fully Equipped

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — After years of working out of the same no-frills equipment truck, Cobra Tour tech James Posey had to get accustomed to new digs this week at the Wells Fargo Championship. Not that he’s complaining.

Cobra’s glistening new Tour truck houses a multitude of club-building tools, gear and snacks — along with several prime hangout spaces when players need to take a break from practice. Think of it as a home away from home during the Tour season.

With nearly four times the space, Posey and Tour rep Ben Schomin can knock out any project for Rickie Fowler, Gary Woodland or Justin Suh and never feel cramped.

“Space was the biggest change,” Posey told GOLF.com. “The ease of setup is something you also take into account. Even though this truck is bigger, I can go from start to finish in about 20 minutes. We accomplished the goal of ease of setup, which was important.

“There’s a wow factor for sure. After staring at it on paper and computer screens for the last two years, it was cool to see it in front of you.”

For those who might never get a chance to see the truck in the flesh, GOLF.com has you covered with some insider shots from Cobra’s shiny rig. Check them out below.

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The truck’s matte black and grey colors match what’s currently found on Cobra’s Darkspeed line. Jonathan Wall
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The truck is loaded with club-building tools and a stamping station to handle projects for staffers, including Gary Woodland. Jonathan Wall
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A King cobra mural is situated next to a cabinet housing every possible Cobra hat. Jonathan Wall
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Coffee and snacks are needed to power through the day. Jonathan Wall
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Cobra’s new truck is four times the size of the previous rig. Jonathan Wall
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The 73 on the side of the truck is a nod to the year Cobra was founded. There’s also a smoker out back for impromptu barbecues. Jonathan Wall
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Lockers were added to the truck for Cobra and Puma staffers. Jonathan Wall

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Jonathan Wall

Golf.com Editor

Jonathan Wall is GOLF Magazine and GOLF.com’s Managing Editor for Equipment. Prior to joining the staff at the end of 2018, he spent 6 years covering equipment for the PGA Tour. He can be reached at jonathan.wall@golf.com.