Cobra KING 3D Printed Agera-30 Putter
The Cobra KING 3D Printed Series Putters mark the culmination of a successful partnership with HP that resulted in the first major line of commercial 3D printed putters in the industry. The entire lineup features a multi-material construction comprised of a 3D printed nylon lattice insert, steel frame, lightweight aluminum cap and tungsten weighting, all of which works in unison to create extremely high MOI shapes that produce the straightest, truest rolls.
Another unique aspect of the 3D Printed Series Putters are their SIK face inserts. SIK inserts consist of four flat surfaces milled into the putter face, also known as Descending Loft Technology. Each plane descends in loft by one degree from the top of the face to the bottom. When your shaft is pressed forward at impact, the ball contact will be higher on the face and vice versa. Descending Loft Technology provides consistent launch angles from putt to putt, which leads to more consistent and predictable rolls, regardless of your style of putting stroke.
The Agera-30 features a stable, forgiving, oversize mallet shape with a short slant hosel that best suits players with a slight arc in their putting stroke.
Cobra KING 3D Printed Series Agera-30 Putter Features:
- 261g steel chassis lowers the center of gravity and adds structural stability to support the other components
- Lightweight 27g forged aluminum crown creates discretionary weight to position more mass around the perimeter to increase MOI
- 53g of tungsten weighting is combined in the forward and rear heel and toe to maximize stability on off-center putts for increased consistency
- SIK face insert with Descending Loft Technology ensures the most consistent and accurate roll for every style of putting stroke
- Hosel: Short Slant
- Loft: 4°, 3°, 2°, 1°
- Lie: 70°
- Toe Hang: 30°
- Head Weight: 380g
- RH/LH: Both
- Shaft: KBS 120 Putter (120g, .370 Tip Size)
- Grip: SuperStroke Traxion Tour 2.0 (55g)
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