COBRA Golf signs U.S. Open Champ to the team

CARLSBAD, Calif. (January 6, 2023) – COBRA GOLF, today announced the multi-year signing of former US Open champion, Gary Woodland. Heading into the Sony Open in Hawaii, Woodland is slated to play a bag full of COBRA clubs, including their 2023 unreleased driver, fairway woods, and irons. He will also continue his long-standing relationship with PUMA GOLF and wear head-to-toe PUMA apparel.

“We are very pleased to welcome Gary to our COBRA Golf family,” said Dan Ladd, President and GM of COBRA PUMA GOLF. “We have developed a great relationship with him in the time he has been with us on the PUMA side, so we are excited to see him as a complete COBRA PUMA GOLF athlete. His athletic, explosive game is a perfect fit for COBRA PUMA GOLF and we are honored to begin supporting him on the equipment side.”      

Woodland, a Kansas native who turned pro in 2007, has four PGA Tour wins to his credit including the ’18 Waste Management Phoenix Open and the ’19 U.S. Open at Pebble Beach. Known best for his big-time power and distance off the tee, Woodland is an all-around impressive athlete and will be a key player in moving the needle for COBRA Golf TM in 2023.

“I have built a great connection with the COBRA PUMA GOLF team,” said Woodland. “I couldn’t be happier to put their equipment into my bag. Their technology and innovation are outstanding and I’m particularly excited to put the new 2023 unreleased driver in play. It’s as long and fast as anything I’ve hit and looks great at address.”

During the 2023 season, Woodland will continue to wear a selection of PUMA apparel and footwear, including items from the Volition America® collection, and will alternate between PUMA and COBRA caps. His current WITB will be released next week following the upcoming embargo of COBRA®’s 2023 product family.

For more information on all of COBRA®’s innovative new products for 2023, visit For more information on PUMA GOLF apparel visit      


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