Three LTDx Drivers are now available in an all-black color scheme with a matte black crown and sole for a sophisticated and edgy look

Cobra Golf, a leader in golf club innovation, today introduced a sleek all-black colorway of its popular LTDx Drivers. The LTDx Black drivers possess the same performance and design features as the standard LTDx models but with the addition of a striking matte black finish on the crown and sole and grey stripe details. The Limited Edition black colorway will be offered in all three models (LTDx, LTDx LS and LTDx MAX) in select lofts and flexes.  To complete the offering, each driver is equipped with a custom blacked-out Lamkin Crossline grip, and a premium aftermarket UST LIN-Q white shaft.

Like the standard models, each LTDx Black driver features PWR-COR TECHNOLOGY, which repositions as much weight low and forward as possible to deliver extreme ball speed. A new H.O.T Face design uses data from thousands of impact simulations, to create 15 different zones with optimized thicknesses to maximize ball speed across the face.  In addition, the LTDx Black Collection drivers utilize a MULTI-MATERIAL Construction, with up to 30% more carbon fiber than the previous RADSPEED model and a lighter and stronger titanium chassis to maximize stability.

The LTDx Black drivers are available in three distinct models to optimize performance for the full spectrum of players: (1) The LTDx LS, a low spin model designed for skilled players with faster swing speeds who desire maximum workability and a traditional shape. Adjustable weights are positioned in the heel and toe to help dial in directional trajectory for better players. (2) The LTDx MAX combines maximum stability and maximum draw bias, giving golfers the choice to move the adjustable weights to focus on either performance. (3) The LTDx is the perfect blend of the LS and the MAX, and the first driver to achieve zero CGna and 5200 MOI, creating the best combination of low spin & max forgiveness.

David Daubert

David has been writing about golf since the turn of the century. He was Managing Editor at a regional golf magazine for 11 years, published in Canada, the IAGTO and a Staff Writer for The Georgia Golf Trail. His insightful perspective brings golf to life.

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