Cobra Fly-Z irons line-up

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-     Two new sets of irons complete Fly-Z family
-     Feature Cobra's new Speed Channel technology
-     Fly-Z XL irons available as part of combo set

Cobra 2015 irons

Cobra has completed its Fly-Z line with the announcement of two sets of irons designed to offer ‘superior feel, maximum distance and consistency on every shot’.


“The Fly-Z family of irons is designed to provide performance for golfers of all levels by addressing a wide span of performance needs,” said Jose Miraflor, director of product marketing at Cobra Golf. “Our two game-changing irons, the Fly-Z and Fly-Z XL irons were designed to blend distance with feel while offering forgiveness and consistency.”

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Cobra Fly-Z


Borrowing from their Fly-Z line of metalwoods, the Fly-Z irons feature Cobra’s Speed Channel technology, which is a visible trench positioned on both the cavity behind the face and on the sole of the irons designed to flex and recover at impact to deliver more distance through faster ball speeds. The modern head shapes combines with the Speed Channel to deliver higher ball speeds across the face and yields the best combination of distance, forgiveness and feel.

The feel comes from the harmonic cavity insert that includes an engineered thermoplastic urethane insert positioned directly behind the impact zone for vibration damping and improved feel at impact.

The Fly-Z irons have a stock set composition of 4-iron to pitching wedge and are priced at £549 (steel) and £649 (graphite). They are available in shops from January 23, 2015. For more information, visit cobragolf.com

Read more -> Cobra Fly-Z drivers

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Cobra Fly-Z XL


Oversized yet traditionally shaped, the Fly-Z XL irons are designed to give confidence at address and deliver easy distance through consistently higher trajectories.

The dual hollow cavity design allows for a deeper, lower centre of gravity, which makes it easy to get the ball up in the air and get more distance.

The hollow construction allows for a thinner face, which, along with the Speed Channel, delivers additional ball speed, incredible distance and saves weight. The progressive offset design helps to create an easy draw.

Fly-Z XL is also available as a combo-set, bringing together two different cavity designs. The nine-iron and wedges incorporate a traditional undercut design for precision and control, while the 4-iron to 8-iron feature a duel cavity hollow design that results in a low, back centre of gravity enabling you to hit it higher and further.

The Cobra Fly-Z XL irons have an RRP of £399 (steel), while the Fly-Z XL combo set has RRP’s of £549 (steel) and £599 (graphite). For more information, visit cobragolf.com

Read more -> Cobra Fly-Z fairways and hybrids

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