One can find cobra Golf clubs near one's living location by going online to their homepage and pressing golf locator and inputting one's address or desired location.
Go to www.randa.org where you will find a section on 'driving clubs' on the home page, which explains the ruling in more depth.
Cobra golf clubs can be purchased at many stores including Golfsmith, 2nd Swing, Dick's Sporting Goods, American Golf and of course Cobra Golf's official site.
Titleist clubs are a mile better than Cobra. You would class Titleist as premium clubs and Cobra just on the level below them. Saying that, Cobra clubs are still amazing golf clubs and have some lovely things on the market. If you are thinking of which golf clubs to get, you shouldn't really worry about brand names and get clubs you are comfortable with.
Footjoy is the parent company, they own the Titleist line and the Cobra line. They are actually trying to sell the cobra line right now.
Cobra isn't one of the premium golf brands, but it is a very very good make. Their clubs are popular with high handicap golfers and seniors.
the serial number is stamped on the hosel of the driver (hard to find, but its there), the serial number for the irons set can be found on the hosel of the 6 iron.
No, Taylormade Adidas Golf do not make Cobra clubs. Acushnet own Cobra, they also own Titleist, Pinnacle, Scotty Cameron, Vokey Design and Footjoy.
no it is not rare to find a king cobra they are easy to find in the deserts
You could do an image search on Google to find a picture of a cobra.
i would be concerned about having a cobra near a baby since they are poisnous.
other wise u will see the cobra and get scared inducing an attack which could prove fatal.
There are many companies that offer hybrid gold clubs. Some of these companies are Mizuno, Adams, Bridgestone, Cobra, Excel, Nike, Ping, Taylormade, and Titleist.