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Cobra launches King Forged TEC irons

4.00pm 8th October 2019 - New Products - This story was updated on Wednesday, October 9th, 2019

Cobra Golf’s new King Forged TEC irons, which go on sale on November 15, feature a traditional muscle-back shape with a hollow body design for softer feel and improved power.

The hollow body lowers the centre of gravity and helps maximize distance, forgiveness and playability, while the cavity in the head is injected with foam microspheres that fine-tune acoustics and create the softer feel while supporting a thin face for increased ball speeds.

An updated forged face insert creates a larger sweetspot for higher launch and faster ball speeds in a players iron. A tungsten toe weight centres the centre of gravity behind the hitting zone to maximize distance even on off-centre hits.

The Forged TEC irons feature Arccos’s Cobra Connect technology which enables golfers to track their accuracy and distance using the Arccos Caddie app on a smart device. Electronically-embedded sensors in the grip automatically record the distance and accuracy of every shot so golfers can track their improvements round-to-round.

In addition to standard variable shafts, the King Forged Tec One irons are also offered with single-length shafts (4-PW). The design of each iron is matched to the weight and length of a 7-iron to reduce variability and increase consistency between clubs. Lie angles are also adjusted throughout the set to promote consistent trajectory and ball flights.

The King Forged Tec irons (RRP £899 steel; £999 graphite) are available through stock in a 7-piece (4-PW) right-hand only, and available left handed through custom orders. The steel KBS $-Taper Lite shaft is offered in both regular (R110) and stiff (S115) flexes. Graphite offerings in Project X Catalyst 80 in regular, stiff and x-stiff flexes are available through custom only. Each set comes stock with black Lamkin Crossline COBRA CONNECT grips.

For more information visit www.cobragolf.co.uk.

       

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