Cobra Golf introduce King F6 irons

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Unveiled alongside the King F6 metals family, Cobra Golf have also introduced irons under the same name – designed to deliver soft feel and consistency combined with distance and precision.

Designed as the ultimate progressive set, the irons have been engineered with Cobra’s new TECFLO (Technology Enhanced Cavity Feel Launch Optimisation) system, combining a range of technologies to boost the performance of every club.
"The King F6 irons answer the different needs of golfers" - Jose Miraflor

For maximum performance, the F6 set has been developed with four different iron constructions. Long irons (3-5) are a full hollow construction, mid irons (6-7) are half hollow construction, short irons (8-PW) feature a deep undercut cavity-back design, while wedges (GW-SW) feature a specialty muscle back shape and tour contoured sole.


“The King F6 irons answer the different needs of golfers,” said Jose Miraflor, Cobra Golf’s director of product marketing. “You shouldn’t have to choose between distance, forgiveness, feel or accuracy – you can have it all. Our long irons fly high, long and straight, our mid irons produce consistency and accuracy, our short irons provide trajectory and spin control and our specialty wedges give you versatility around the green.”



With the TECFLO system and T.O.P. technology, which removes weight from above the hitting zone, engineers lowered the centre of gravity (CG) on all irons to improve feel and performance, while on the wedges the CG was raised to help control trajectory.


A Speed Channel on the sole near the leading edge of the clubface helps to create more distance, while Progressive Spin Technology (PST) features V grooves on long irons, U grooves on the mid and short irons and wedge grooves on the SW and GW to deliver maximum distance, tighter dispersion and controlled trajectories.

Cobra Golf F6 irons :: Pricing and availability

The seven-piece progressive iron set is available in RH or LH from January 29, 2016 with a RRP of £499 (steel) and £599 (graphite).

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