As the game's #1 performance tracking system, we love seeing advanced technology in golfers' bags. That makes COBRA Golf's announcement today of its partnership with us that much more exciting for Team Arccos.
In case you missed the news, COBRA Golf, a leader in golf club innovation and technology, announced a partnership with Arccos Golf. Through the partnership, golfers who purchase a COBRA Golf KING Driver online or at participating retailers will receive a complimentary Arccos Driver unit.
The promotion tees off May 2 and runs through June 30 and is available to golfers in the U.S., U.K. and Canada.
“The KING family of drivers were created to bring the highest level of personalized distance, game-changing design and the best performance technologies to golfers based on their game, helping them to play better and hopefully make the game more fun,” said Tom Olsavsky, VP of Research & Development at COBRA Golf. “Golfers who use our drivers will be amazed at the distance, forgiveness and precision in each shot, and now thanks to this partnership with Arccos they can see it for themselves.”
The latest family of drivers from COBRA includes the KING LTD, KING F6+ and KING F6. A purchase of any of these drivers online at CobraGolf.com or through participating retailers will include an Arccos Driver unit.
“Arccos Driver combines the game’s most-advanced performance tracking technology with a new type of driving game designed for golfers of all skill levels,” says Sal Syed, CEO of Arccos. “This enhances the fun of any round while allowing players to immediately see just how well they crush the ball with their KING driver.”
To kick off the partnership, Arccos and COBRA are jointly hosting a media day at prestigious Ridgewood Country Club in Paramus, N.J. Select members of the media will have the opportunity to play with the newest COBRA Golf drivers and track their performance with the new Arccos Driver sensor.
In addition to tracking driving performance, Arccos Driver offers users the ability to compete in driving games, which award points for distance and accuracy. During the media day outing, golfers and teams will compete using the Arccos Driver platform.