Cobra King Tec Hybrid

Cobra is updating two long-iron alternatives with the release of the latest versions of the King Tec hybrid and King Utility iron. Both use hollow heads that are designed with faces that wrap around the sole for better ball speed, but their similarities end there. The King Tec hybrid adjusts for loft and has three interchangeable sole weights, while the King Utility removes the adjustable hosel it had in a former iteration but offers a handful of lofts to fit your driving-iron needs.

$300 (17, 19, 21, 24 degrees; adjustable). King Utility iron, $230 in steel, $250 in graphite (17, 19, 22, 25 degrees; 19, 22, 25 degrees in single-length).


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When you hire a handyman, you expect him to be able to carry an armload of two-by-fours, bring his own tools and dang sure drive a tricked-out F-150. The busting-out-of-its-flannel-shirt King Tec is that sort of hybrid handyman. With three adjustable weights, a light carbon-composite crown and a high-strength steel face insert, this brute is ready to go to work regardless of the assignment. The weights, including an adjustable hosel, let you tweak launch, dial in spin and wrench away that slice or hook.

  • A slightly oversize design keeps the CG low with the help of a carbon-composite crown and 27 grams in the sole.
  • Weights can be set forward to boost speed, reduce spin or bring mis-hits back on line.
  • Targets better, faster-swinging players with its built-in lower-spin and firmer tipped stock shaft.
  • 17, 19, 21, 24 degrees (with an eight-way adjustable hosel)


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