Cobra Puma Golf Reviews (1)
Review: My problem is that Cobra didn't replace a club under their 1 year warranty. I took my Cobra AMP Driver (bought less than a year ago) into a Golf Galaxy in Toledo, Ohio and Cobra wanted to charge me $65 to replace their faulty shaft they put into my club, which broke. They claim their warranty is only within 1-year of the manufacturers date, which means almost all of their clubs currently at Golf Galaxy are already out of warranty. This means also that if there is anything wrong with your club, you will have to pay to get it fixed. The club I bought was a brand new AMP Driver from two or so years ago, but still it is brand new and should have a warranty within a year or so. It broke during normal play on a ball off the tee. I have never had a problem replacing clubs from other companies as I have had with Cobra. I didn't pay the $65 because I shouldn't have to and their year warranty shouldn't just be from the manufacturers date. It just seems bogus that they could do that because of how last years models of golf clubs would have no guarantee against defects.Desired Settlement: I would like the refund of the $179.99 + Ohio Sales Tax from this company. This is what I paid for the club last year at Golf Galaxy in Toledo.