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Cobra Launches King Forged Tour and One Length Irons

By: Golfshake Editor | Mon 10 Oct 2016 | Comments

Cobra Golf has launched the excting KING FORGED TOUR, along with the breakthrough FORGED TOUR ONE LENGTH set of irons, which is currently in the bag of PGA Tour player and former U.S. Amateur champion Bryson DeChambeau. 

“The KING FORGED ONE LENGTH irons are perfect for my game - allowing me to perform at the highest level,” DeChambeau said. “My preferred feel is a forging, which these irons deliver along with a more compact head and reduced offset design for trajectory and shot-shaping control.”

The KING FORGED ONE LENGTHTM utilises a 5-step forging process that ensures precise iron shaping, a more refined grain structure, along with unparalleled feel for better players. The set is comprised of constant length irons that have been re-engineered for 7-iron weighting and are designed with optimised geometries, to provide consistent trajectory and distance gapping from long irons to wedges. In addition, the KING FORGED ONE features 100% CNC Milled Face and Grooves for maximum spin and trajectory control, Tungsten Weighting (in 4i-7i) for a lower and centered CG and a Thermoplastic Polyurethane (TPU) Insert (4i–8i) behind the hitting zone to damp vibrations for better feel and moves weight toward the perimeter for added heel and toe relief. Nickel chrome plating provides better aesthetics and durability for great looking and longer-lasting irons. The KING FORGED ONE, available in right-hand only in steel stiff and regular flexes, will offer a 4-PW standard set make-up and will feature a RRP of £849.  They are offered stock with Lamkin Crossline ACE blue grips with red & white accents and KBS TOUR FLT steel shafts (120g stiff; 110g regular).

Rounding out the COBRA Golf 2017 iron family are the new KING FORGED TOUR irons that offer Tour-proven performance, feel and precise shot-making.  The KING FORGED TOUR irons utilise the same premium technologies as the KING FORGED ONE, but with a traditional set length and head weight progression. The KING FORGED TOUR, which also use a 5-step forging process, are designed with Tungsten Weighting employing high-density tungsten weights that are strategically positioned on the sole of the clubhead for a lowered and centered CG that delivers the ideal blend of forgiveness and precision. A TPU Insert located behind the hitting zone damps vibrations and improves feel while CNC milled faces and grooves improve the structure and maximize spin and trajectory control. The KING FORGED TOUR, available in right-hand only, offer a standard stock set composition of 4-PW (3i and GW available in custom) steel stiff/regular flexes, with a MAP price of £749.  They are offered stock with Lamkin Crossline – Black grips and KBS TOUR FLT steel shafts. Premium chrome plating provides the perfect finish for these great looking, long-lasting irons.

COBRA Golf’s offering also includes ONE LENGTH (RRP £89) specialty wedges in 56o v and 60o v featuring the a KBS TOUR FLT steel shaft and Lamkin Crossline ACE -Blue grip with red and white accents, and the same 7-iron length as the KING FORGED ONE LENGTH set. The Versatile grind design features toe, heel and trailing edge relief and is combined with COBRA’s iconic notch technology which allows the club to sit square and lower at address. COBRA’s patented milling technique delivers optimized surface roughness across the face that helps maximise spin and control for more precise shots around the green. The ONE LENGTH Wedge is designed with 8620 nickel chrome plated carbon steel for a stunning looking wedge with extreme durability.

For more information on the entire KING family of products, visit cobragolf.co.uk.

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