ClubTest 2022: 3 Cobra hybrids tested and reviewed

Read our complete reviews of Cobra's newest hybrids below.


This year’s ClubTest is bigger and better than ever. To help you make sense of the mountain of high-tech new clubs on the market, we put all of the latest offerings from the top golf club manufacturers to the ultimate test. Below you will find the test results and complete reviews of three new Cobra hybrid models.

You can find the full list of ClubTest hybrid reviews here.

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Cobra LTDx

We tested: 17°, 19°, 21°, 24°, 28°

Our take: With a solid look and feel, and a lively face, the LTDx performed impressively in our testing, getting nods from players for its forgiveness, ease of launch and penetrating ball flight. It’s a hybrid that reminds us of the classic Baffler, making it a trusty club come time to extricate the ball from difficult lies with plenty of pop. It’s surprisingly long too.

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Cobra LTDx hybrids

The LTDx Hybrid is designed for pure distance, high launch, and straight ball flights.

The details:  Comes with tech once reserved for woods and drivers, including PWR-COR internal weighting placed low and towards the front for reduced spin and a faster ballspeed. Like the drivers and woods in the same LTDx family, it also comes with H.O.T. Face Tech that includes 15 zones of varying thicknesses for faster ballspeeds across more surface area on the clubface. Which speaking of the face, the PWRSHELL face cup design adds more flex to promote a higher ballflight.  Comes in a ONE Length model as well. 

Cobra King Tec

We tested: 17°, 19°, 21°, 24°, 28°

Our take: Most clubs work well when you catch them flush. Cobra’s King Tec hybrids impressed with their performance on imperfect strikes. “Really jumps right from the start when you catch it,” one Golf tester said. “And when you don’t, it feels forgiving.” Another tester noted the same “pop off the face” that they had experienced with King Tec irons. “If I went to a fitting and got a bag of Cobra’s, I’d be pleasantly surprised.”

Cobra King Tec Hybrid

The KING TEC Hybrid features advanced technologies to create a hybrid that fits within the better player category. PWRSHELL Technology, a lightweight carbon crown and an adjustable weighting system delivers high launch and powerful ball speed.

The details: Looks can be deceiving. Though they cut the profile of a traditional hybrid, Cobra’s King Tec line boasts the kind of technology and adjustability more often found in drivers and fairway woods. Central to its design what the company calls a PWRShell face, a stainless-steel L-cup that wraps under the leading edge to ramp up ball speed and launch across the face. Increased adjustability comes from three weights that can be positioned in the toe, heel or in a neutral location to encourage the desired ball flight.

Cobra King Air-X

We tested: 19°, 22°, 25°, 28°

Our take: There’s no such thing as being too easy to hit. Cobra’s King Air-X hybrids drew praise in our testing for their forgiveness and soft feel. They also earned props for adding pop to slower swings.

Cobra King Air-X Hybrid

The AIR-X hybrids are lightweight, easy to swing and feature a heel weighted and offset design to promote straighter and more accurate ball flights.

The details: A thin, flexible face is designed to generate faster ball speeds, while an ultra-light construction and heel weighting are meant to promote longer, straighter shots for players with a tendency to slice.

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