Cobra Golf’S new T-RAIL iron-hybrid set is the first to feature a hollow contstruction throughout the range, taking super game improvement clubs to the next level.
T-RAIL combines the forgiveness of the brand’s Baffler hybrid with the precision of an iron in a one-of-a-kind set of clubs that are designed for higher handicappers looking to improve the consistency of their iron play as well as increase distance.
The T-Rail set fuses a hollow, hybrid shape with an iron face and topline, creating an iron-hybrid design that delivers the perfect blend of distance, forgiveness and accuracy. A hollow body construction creates a lower, deeper centre of gravity than traditional cavity-back iron designs allow and makes getting the ball airborne and on the desired target line easier than ever before. Twin Baffler rails on the sole provide excellent turf interaction for more speed and stability out of every lie, while a high-strength, forged steel face designed with E9 Technology features a thin pocket from heel to toe to enhance ball speed and distance on off-centre hits.
“T-RAIL irons make it easy for beginners and golfers who have lost some distance and control to gain the confidence needed to play better and have more fun,” said Tom Olsavsky, VP of R&D, Cobra Golf. “Players who need max forgiveness and are looking for more distance will be amazed at how far and straight they hit these, even being able to get them airborne from tough lies.”
Available in both men’s and women’s set make-ups, the T-Rail is offered in a seven-piece combo set, comprising 6-PW, SW and a 5-hybrid, with a 4- and 6-hybrid offered at an extra cost. The men’s combo set (£699/£799, st/gr) is offered in a black/blue with Cobra Ultralite 50g graphite shafts (Reg, Lite) or FST Ultralight steel shafts (regular) and Lamkin REL midsize grips. The women’s combo set (£799) is offered in black/lilac, with Ultralite 50g graphite (ladies flex) shafts and Lamkin REL grips in midsize. Both will be available to buy from November 15.
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