For ClubTest 2021, we tested and reviewed 22 new drivers to help you find the right one for your game. (For more on our testing process, click here.) Below are the results for the Cobra RadSpeed driver. You can find the full list of drivers and test results here.
RadSpeed: 9˚, 10.5˚; RadSpeed XB: 9˚, 10.5˚, 12˚; RadSpeed XD: 10.5˚, 12˚
Our take: With a hammer-like sound and impressive feel, RadSpeed delivered in a big way during GOLF’s ClubTest. As one tester raved, “I love the aesthetic. There’s some slight carbon fiber you can see in the back, and you can’t go wrong with matte black. Feels great, looks great.” This was the general consensus with Cobra’s latest big stick. In addition to noticing lower spin and a more penetrating flight (thanks to a reimagined adjustable sole weighting system), the CNC-milled face offers sneaky alignment assistance, framing the ball at address. It’s easy to see why this neon-yellow-and-black beauty is the driver of choice for U.S. Open winner Bryson DeChambeau and Rickie Fowler.
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Cobra Radspeed Driver
The details: Cobra is known to push the boundaries with game-changing technologies. This year is no different. In addition to a new age CNC infinity milled face and carbon-fiber crown, Cobra also reimagined its sole weighting system. The OEM used tenets from a popular engineering formula called the Radius of Gyration (“Rad” stands for “radius”) to spread the weights in the sole of the drivers farther to the front and the back of the head for desired performance enhancements throughout the lineup. The RadSpeed standard head is lower spinning and lower flying while the RadSpeed XB (“Xtreme Back” weight) is higher launching and more forgiving. And if you need a slice-killer, RadSpeed XD (“Xtreme Draw”) has heavy heel weighting to encourage a much-needed draw-shot shape.