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Comment from: Kiel Christianson [Visitor]
Right you are, Ron. Cobra had slipped off a lot of radar screens in recent years. Maybe the reason was the lack of winners on Tour. Or maybe is twas because of consistently mediocre reviews -- for some reason, Cobra wasn't able to keep up with all the other companies offering bigger heads and various composite materials. Probably, as you say, this was dure to Acushnet spending the $ on keeping Titleist in the market.

Hiring Feherty as spokesman was brilliant, as far as I'm concerned. He's hysterical.
02/13/06 @ 10:32
Comment from: jon [Visitor]
Maybe, I will give Cobra a try in the spring. Skiing is way more fun than golf. Lol. My belated new year reso: Not to get into too many stupid arguments about Wie with Wie bashers. Tired of repeating myself.
02/19/06 @ 13:29
Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
Amen. Maybe we can confuse Charlie Wi with Michelle Wie and have even more fun. I'm a boarder myself ... too many injured knees from skiing.
02/19/06 @ 14:16
Comment from: Kevin [Visitor]
Cobra's problems are due to their parent company putting them in the senior club and hacker category, and not giving their brand any committed support.
04/16/06 @ 21:41

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