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Cobra has continued to develop and improve the hugely-popular Snakebite wedges by introducing a new milled face and its ‘most aggressive groove design’ to date. 

When it comes to wedges, there are so many to choose from and one of the most important things is control. That is exactly what the Snakebite is design to do.  

The new updated face design will give you that extra bit of check around the greens, giving you more control and confidence. The updated groove design has 11% deeper grove and 40% sharper edges to deliver maximum spin to the ball making it Cobra’s most aggressive groves to date.  

The progressive spin technology optimises performance by tailoring groove lengths and groove depth for each wedge loft.  

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The 48˚ to 54˚ lofts feature a traditional groove length and narrower and deeper grooves to deliver consistent spin and trajectories on the lower lofted wedges.  

The 56˚ to 60˚ lofts, meantime, feature full face groove length and wider and shallower grooves to maximize spin on shots with an open face when the ball is more likely to make contact with the high toe area.  

In addition, the 58˚ and 60˚ wedges feature a new versatile notch design that moves the classic Cobra notch towards the heel for improved clubhead delivery through any turf or sand conditions. 

The wedges come in satin chrome and QPQ black finishes and three grind offerings which are simple and easy to understand. 

The versatile grind is an excellent all-around grind for medium to firm course conditions, featuring toe, heel and trailing edge relief. 

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The classic grind features a progressive sole width from heel-to-toe, with trailing edge relief, for neutral to steeper swings in a variety of course conditions.  

Last but not least, the widelow grind is a wide, low bounce sole which works its magic out of soft bunkers and soft turf conditions, and prevents the leading edge from digging. 

RRP: £129

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James Tait is bunkered’s Gear Editor. Want to know how the latest Callaway driver, Vokey wedge or Scotty Cameron putter performs? He’s the guy to ask. Better yet, just watch his videos on the bunkered YouTube channel. One of the biggest hitters in the UK, James also competes on the World Long Drive circuit and is a descendent of former Amateur champion Freddie Tait.

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