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When buying golf irons, it can be hard to balance the need for something that performs well, with something that looks the part.

However, the Cobra King Forged range do that and so much more.

With three options to pick from in what we think is Cobra’s best looking range of clubs, there’s something that will suit almost every level of golfer.

Let’s take a look at the options that are available.

Cobra King Forged Tec X irons

Starting with the most forgiving range of irons in this line, we’ve got the Cobra King Forged Tec X option. We’re big proponents of using a game improvement iron where possible, and these are some of the best on the market.

What makes these so good is the fact that the Cobra King Forged Tec X irons don’t look like what you would expect game improvement irons to look like. They’re not chunky, they don’t feel heavy and if you want to shape the ball, these will help you do that.

But, inside the club, there’s so much help that is going to mean your mishits are still solid shots. Take the 65 grams of tungsten for example, which helps to create stability throughout every shot you hit. As well as that, you’ll find the PWRShell face, which has made Cobra clubs so high performing in recent times.

Cobra King Forged Tec irons

Next in line is the Cobra King Forged Tec irons, which are aimed at a huge range of golfers. Cobra say these clubs can be used by anyone with a handicap from 12 or below, but really, if you’re a decent ball striker who wants a brilliant looking set of clubs, you’ll get on with these no matter your handicap.

This is a players’ distance iron that is going to inspire you to better ball striking. Each of these irons are five times forged, meaning you’re going to get exceptional feel from the club.

If you’re a player who wants help, but workability in your game, then these are for you.

Cobra King Tour irons

The middle of the road option which is going to cater to a huge range of players. As the name suggests, these will cater to the very best players in the game, but also those who aren’t quite playing for the big money yet.

A cavity back design means these are very forgiving, but a five-step forging process makes these feel fantastic. A CNC Milled undercut at the back of each iron ensures these irons have a low centre of gravity, which gives more control and more forgiveness on mishits.

Not only is this a stunning looking iron, but it’s an iron that will cater to a huge range of players. The best part is, you’ll look like a tour pro while you’re hitting them.

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Rickie Fowler has played the Cobra King Tour irons in 2024. (Credit: Getty Images)

Cobra King CB irons

These are irons from Cobra which cater to high performing ball strikers. Firstly, the CB irons from Cobra are going to provide you with exceptional feel on the course.

You might be thinking that these provide no forgiveness, but that really isn’t the case. CB in these irons stands for cavity back, which gives these a good level of help on mishits.

While these are clubs are aimed at good ball strikers, if you’re the type of player who can have an off day with approach shots, then it’s worthwhile looking at a set of clubs like these.

Cobra King MB irons

Cobra’s irons that are aimed at great ball strikers. If you want something that is going to look the part and feel absolutely sensational, then you’ll want to get your hands on these.

The first thing you’ll notice about the Cobra King MB irons is that they don’t feature any offset, something which is going to give you superior control on approach shots. For better players, this is going to be a dream. We know that these aren’t the most forgiving irons in Cobra’s range, but that’s not what these are made for. If you’re a player who strikes it pure most of the time, these are ideal.

These look almost too good to hit, but if you can and are a top ball striker, then get these in your bag.

What makes this line of irons great is that you can mix and match short and long irons from each range. If you’re someone who strikes the short irons great, but needs help in mid and long irons, then you can, for example, pick the Cobra King MB irons, and pair them with the CB irons or King Tour irons.

Want to know more about the Cobra King irons range? Head to the Cobra website, here, for more information.

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Lewis Fraser As bunkered’s Performance Editor, Lewis oversees the content that’s designed to make you a better player. From the latest gear to tuition, nutrition, strategy and more, he’s the man. A graduate of the University of Stirling, Lewis joined bunkered in 2021. Formerly a caddie at Castle Stuart Golf Links, he is a member of Bathgate Golf Club where he plays off four.

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