Bryson DeChambeau is delighted and excited to be using the new Cobra LTDx driver for the 2022 PGA Tour season.
The former US Open champion expressed his love for the new driver in his latest Instagram post, writing: "Pushing boundaries year after year. The new @cobragolf #LTDx Driver is a distance machine."
The new Cobra LTDx driver has been released in three different editions: the LTDx, the LTDx MAX and the LTDx LS drivers.
DeChambeau's LTDx driver is packed with PWR-COR technology which places multi-material internal and external weighting in the clubhead.
There is tungsten and steel weighting inside the club which produces faster ball speeds and increased forgiveness, which will suit the eight-time PGA Tour winner.
The driver also comes with H.O.T Face Technology, standing for Highly Optimised Topology, and this has replaced the old E9 face.
Last season, DeChambeau used the Cobra King LTD Pro which is the driver he used to win the Arnold Palmer Invitational and to hit the huge drive in the third round on the par-5 6th hole.
DeChambeau achieved nine top-10 finishes in 22 events on the PGA Tour, but things came to a head at The Open Championship.
The difficulty posed by links courses doesn't exactly suit golfers who attempt to overpower the golf course and DeChambeau learned this at Royal St. George's back in July.
"If I can hit it down the middle of the fairway, that's great, but with the driver right now, the driver sucks," DeChambeau said of his Cobra King Radspeed driver after round one.
The 28-year-old expressed regret of his comments soon after he said them. He has a great working relationship with Cobra and based on his social media posts, there is a clear cohesive effort to improve his golf.