Cobra King Vintage Putters

Cobra Golf's new line of putters is called King Vintage Series offering four difference head designs.

ORLANDO< Florida – The King Vintage Series is Cobra Golf’s second new putter line of the year and while it may lack the sexy 3D printed lattice of the King 3D Printed sister series, the high MOI Vintage shapes have many features making them attractive to a wide range of players.

King Vintage Putters

Four head shapes: one modern blade, one oversize mallet, two mallets

304 stainless steel head

6061 aluminum face insert SIK variable loft

User adjustable sole weights

Cobra Connect grip (Arccos)

Stock shaft: 120-gram KBS CT Tour Steel

Stock grip: 99-gram Lamkin Sinkfit Straight


The Vintage Series combines the SIK Descending Loft Technology face with four angles to ensure proper loft at impact regardless of an ascending or descending arc at impact plus the data-capturing Cobra Connect grip using the Arccos system. The Vintage shapes are classic, old favorites for most, and come with options allowing customization of weighting to the needs of individual golfers. Players looking for a putter with high resistance to twisting (MOI) for hits that are even slightly off center will be interested.

Modern blade shape, single aim line
350-gram head weight
Plumber neck
45° toe hang
Two 20-gram sole weights– optional 10, 15, 25-gram

Modern blade shape, single aim line
350-gram head weight
Flow neck
60° toe hang
Two 25-gram sole weights– optional 10, 15, and 20-gram

Medium size mallet head shape, three aim lines
350-gram head weight
Single bend neck
Face balanced
Two 10-gram sole weights– optional 15, 20 and 25-gram

Fang shape mallet
350-gram head weight
Single bend hosel face balanced or slant neck 40° toe hang
Single 10-gram sole weight–optional 15, 20, 25-gram

Oversize mallet
Single bend face balance or slant neck 40° toe hang
Single 10-gram sole weight– optional 15, 20, 25-gram

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