Offered in both variable and one length options, the new iron’s hollow body design allowed Cobra’s engineers to deliver more performance than in typically offered in a traditionally shaped iron. Meanwhile, the incorporation of foam microspheres improve sound and feel when compared with traditional cavity back irons.

A redesigned forged face insert with a larger ‘Sweet Zone’ features the company’s ‘PWRSHELL Face’ technology and is supported by the dual purpose microspheres. The combination delivering increased ball speeds and higher launch, that is also raised by a low centre of gravity (CG), to offer forgiveness and greater carry distances across the entire hitting area.

Tungsten toe weights in each iron help to locate the CG directly behind the hitting area of the new King Forged Tec, which like most new Cobra products includes electronically enabled grips with ‘COBRA CONNECT™ Powered by Arccos’ to allow for shot and performance tracking, as well as the use of the Arccos Caddie app.

Inspired by Cobra Tour player Bryson DeChambeau, the one length version of the new model sees every iron built to a 7-iron length, with varied lie angles for optimal loft specific performance, while each iron has a matching swing weight to allow golfers to use one swing and setup throughout the bag.

The new models will be available in Australian golf shops on November 1, with KBS $-Taper Lite offered as the standard steel shaft option.

RRP: $269 per iron.

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