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While at the 2015 PGA Merchandise Show, THP TV caught up with Cobra Golf to discuss the different technologies in their new driver line called Fly-Z. Tom Olsavsky, VP of R&D at Cobra Golf, shows off the deconstructed driver and explains each piece of the metal wood and how it works.

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  1. #Cookie says:

    Great interview with TO here! Amazing to hear just how much that something seemingly as small as 2 grams can be such a “win” for the engineers and impact the product holistically. Pretty cool to also see the growth in quality of the Cobra metal-woods since his arrival.

  2. Golfinff says:

    Great video describing how and where they saved weight and where they moved it to.

  3. Turfmaster441 says:

    Pretty smart guy…even for a Steelers fan.

    Love the prop, pretty cool to see the pieces shown in that manner.

    T.O. has really preached the emphasis of finding places to reduce weighting and re-allocate when necessary to better the product, which seems like they have done once again in this line.

  4. ArmyGolf says:

    Very cool video.
    Interesting when TO says that MOI and Low CG are always going to be traded off against each other and you simply cannot have both maxed out.

  5. Martsy says:

    lol not on the internet they don’t! Good zinger there JB

  6. tpluff says:

    Great interview with TO. The ever ongoing fight for mere grams is amazing. Saving 2g in the face is just incredible. Such great tech talk there.

  7. Freddie Kong says:

    I have no clue what all that means but I trust TO. I’ve hit the club and it’s sweet. Keep doing what you do cobra.

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