Cobra King Tour Iron

Cobra’s latest iron introductions include a revamped King Tour model and an update to the company’s CB/MB model. All employ a five-step forging process that not only produces repeatable shapes and spec tolerances, but enhances the feel of the iron as well. A King Tec utility iron also was introduced for those needing more help getting their long irons airborne.

$171 per iron; $1,368 for set of 8


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Most traditional irons use a two- or three-step forging process, but these irons use a five-step process that more effectively aligns the grain structure of the metal and reduces the number of voids. This process allows for tighter control of the weight specs and reduces the amount of hand polishing, leading to a more precise clubhead. The grooves are milled into the face so they can be manufactured closer to the USGA limit. A channel behind the hitting area is filled with a thermoplastic urethane to keep the feel just right.

  • Weight is moved to the toe, placing the center of gravity closer to face center.
  • The TPU insert delivers the soft feel better players demand.
  • A shorter hosel length helps bring spin down.
  • 7-iron: 32 degrees; PW: 44 degrees


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