For ClubTest 2021, we tested and reviewed 20 new hybrids 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 hybrid. You can find the full list of hybrids and test results here.
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Our take: The beauty of a hybrid is in the versatility it provides. It can be used from the fairway or tee and offers a level of forgiveness that most long irons can’t sniff. Oh yeah, it brings the ball speed too. “Love the pop off the club. It’s humming,” commented one tester. The uptick in speed is derived from a forged high-strength face insert and forward weighting that lowers spin and optimizes launch for more distance. If you’re in need of some pop, RadSpeed is your new go-to.
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Cobra Radspeed Hybrid
The details: The RadSpeed is one of the few hybrids offered in two lengths. You can purchase a standard length or go full Bryson DeChambeau and opt for a shorter variant (37.5 inches) that complements Cobra’s RadSpeed One Length irons. Hollow speed rails enhance turf interaction, especially if you’re constantly catching it heavy. And if you’re big on crown finishes and aesthetics, you can rest easy knowing there’s a matte and high-gloss option.