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    Cobra Irons

    • FAQs

      Are Cobra irons good?

      Cobra Golf irons are some of the top performing irons on the market. In fact, Cobra golf clubs are particularly known for speed, so if that’s a top quality you’re looking for in your irons, a Cobra iron set might be a good choice for you, whether you’re new to the game, a seasoned professional, looking for a left-handed Cobra iron set or don’t even know where to start!

      How long are Cobra one-length irons?

      Cobra one-length irons are 37.5 inches long, which is a 7-iron length. Explore our collection of Cobra one-length irons for sale.

      Where are Cobra irons made?

      Cobra Golf designs and builds their irons in Carlsbad, California, though the individual pieces are built in Asia.

      Which Cobra irons are best for me?

      There are many different models and types of new and used Cobra iron sets available for players of every handicap and skill level. Low to mid handicap players might be best suited to Cobra King irons while mid to high handicap players should look into AIR-X or RADSPEED irons. There are also a range of options in the Cobra Aerojet and LTDx iron lines.

      Who uses Cobra irons on Tour?

      Some of the players who use Cobra irons on tour include Rickie Fowler, Lexi Thompson and Jason Dufner.

    • Pro Tips

      Some Cobra irons feature a forged PWRShell face, which expands the sweet spot on the club’s face and thereby launches your ball higher and at a faster speed. The PWRShell face is made of thin and strong stainless steel and has been continuously engineered to improve with each new generation of right and left-handed Cobra irons.

    • Overview

      Known especially for speed and distance, Cobra Golf irons have become a mainstay on tour. Since the company was founded in 1973 by Thomas Crow, a club designer and former Australian amateur golf champion, Cobra golf clubs have continued to evolve with speed in mind.

      With top lines including Cobra King, Cobra RADSPEED, Cobra LTDx and Cobra Aerojet irons, there are a range of models for every player and every skill level. Each new Cobra iron set seeks to improve on the last and help players launch higher with faster ball speeds.

      One particularly special offering is the Cobra one-length irons inspired by professional golfer Bryson DeChambeau. These give players the chance to use an entire Cobra iron set with shafts that all come in the same shaft length, which are designed to increase swing accuracy and consistency.

      In addition to Bryson DeChambeau, there are many other Tour players who favor Cobra irons including Rickie Fowler, Lexi Thompson and Jason Dufner.

      To help you narrow down exactly which Cobra iron set is right for your game, use GlobalGolf’s golf irons comparison chart or get assessed using USelect™ to feel confident in your choice.

    • New and Used Cobra Irons by Year

      Cobra is a well-known name in the golf industry, and their irons certainly pack a punch. Explore the last few years of Cobra irons to find the set that meets your growing game needs.

      2023: New and Used Cobra Aerojet Irons

      The Cobra Aerojet irons feature a unique hollow-body design with a thin, strong face to help players take their ball farther, faster - and with more consistency. The weight positioning increases the stability of the iron, giving it a robust feel; the shape gives it a sleek look on and off the golf course.

      2022: Cobra LTDx and AIR-X Irons

      The Cobra LTDx and AIR-X iron sets are designed for players who want a combination of distance and forgiveness in a sleek and sophisticated package. The Cobra LTDx irons are geared toward mid to low handicaps while the AIR-X irons are lightweight and help those with slower swing speeds gain more distance.

      Both sets of irons have a variable face thickness for improved ball speed and distance. The LTDx and AIR-X irons are available new and used.

      2021: New and Used Cobra RADSPEED and KING Tour Irons

      The Cobra RADSPEED Irons were a revolutionary breakthrough that set Cobra on a new course – that’s thanks to their radial weighting system that strategically spaces out the weighting on the clubhead. This works to increase speed, distance and accuracy.

      The KING Tour irons were designed to take your game one step further. Created for lower handicap players, these Cobra irons are for those who want a classic iron that still comes with all the bells and whistles to improve speed, distance and consistency. The KING Tour irons feature a modern shape, impactful weighting for optimal power and robust construction for flexibility and forgiveness that still offers adequate workability to take your game one step further.

      2020: New and Used Cobra KING SpeedZone Irons

      The Cobra KING SpeedZone irons are designed for players who want maximum distance and forgiveness, and are looking for a game improvement iron that can help them take their game to the next level.

      These Cobra irons feature a hollow-body construction with a powerful face insert that is thin and flexible for improved distance. Cobra Golf also increased MOI and stability thanks to cutting-edge weight placement, making it easier to hit the ball where it counts. The KING SpeedZone irons are available in both right and left-handed options.

      2019: New and Used Cobra F9 SPEEDBACK and KING Forged Irons

      The Cobra F9 SPEEDBACK irons were designed for players looking to improve speed and distance thanks to their flexibility and forgiveness. These irons feature a low center of gravity and a wide sole, improving launch and power and making it easier to find that sweet spot.

      The KING Forged irons, on the other hand, are designed for lower handicap players who want a more traditional iron set look. The KING Forged irons feature a forged body and face with innovative weighting in the toe to provide increased workability.

      2018: New and Used Cobra F8 and KING Forged Tec Irons

      The Cobra F8 irons were designed for players who want forgiveness and distance in a game improvement iron. The irons feature a low center of gravity and a wide sole for improved turf interaction and launch. This means that regardless of where your ball lands, these irons can help you get to the green.

      On the contrary, the KING Forged Tec Irons, are designed for more seasoned players who want a classic blade-style iron with modern technology that puts the control in your hands. Enjoy improved shot shaping and consistency without breaking the bank. Both sets of irons are available in both new and used conditions from GlobalGolf.