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Cobra King F9 Driver Head Split

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 Hello all,

Whilst in lock down I purchased a Cobra King F9 driver in a Project X Hzrdus smoke stiff shaft.

I am absolutely thrilled with the performance, but I have only used it a handful of times and noticed that there is a split starting to show on the bottom. 

Has anyone else experienced anything like this?

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6 hours ago, Groundhog34 said:

Call Cobra they will replace it asap. This is not normal you just got a defective head.

I’ve been playing a new F9 for about 3 months with no issues with at least one round a week and practice every day. I’d call Cobra and explain the defect and surely you’ll get a new head sent out to you.

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Let us know how you make out. Cobra should replace the club the only issue may be having to send the old one back, that's a pain in the ass. But maybe they'll just give you a new one and not ask for the old one back. If they just give you a new head they should pay to have it replaced on the shaft.

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Another Cobra F9er here. 1+ year no issue. I am sure they will replace.

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Instead of contacting Cobra, why not check with the store you purchased it from?

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