Despite having been making golf clubs for more than 40 years (founded in 1973), Cobra is probably best known for something they did in 2017; bring ONE Length to the masses. Making a set of irons that are all the same length (a standard 7-iron) in principle sounds easy enough, just cut them all to the same length? In reality, it's an engineering masterstroke by the head of R&D Tom Oslavsky and his team.
As well as length, loft, lie, and clubhead weight all have to be taken into account to make sure both a 4-iron and pitching wedge which is the same length go the distance, launch, and fly as expected.
ONE Length irons are played on Tour by Bryson DeChambeau who burst onto the scene in 2016 and has already won 5 times on the PGA Tour, establishing himself as one of the best players in the world.
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As well as Bryson on the PGA Tour, Cobra has Rickie Fowler playing their variable length irons. Rickie games a full set of KING MB irons which are Cobra's better player blade offering. This model also comes in a CB offering which will off a little more forgiveness to the elite golfer where it needed.
Moving through the ability levels Cobra always releases a set of irons with the same name as their flagship driver for that year. These irons (Fly-Z, F7, F8, etc.) are more traditional in look and will appeal to the mass golfing market. They feature all the game improvement technology you'll be familiar with - deep cavity, extreme perimeter weighting, and progressive offset. This technology makes the game easier and more enjoyable.
Sitting above this Cobra has a super game improvement range - usually featuring an 'F' in the model name. These irons will have oversize club heads and wide soles to get the weight low, and centre of gravity deep to get the ball in the air as quickly as possible. In line with this family Cobra also releases combo sets which feature hybrids in the place of longer irons (usually 4, and 5-irons). Look out for these if that's an area of the game where you struggle.
When browsing second-hand Cobra irons, you'll come across something called Cobra Connect. Cobra Connect is a new technology from Arccos which as well as tracking your shots using GPS it uses algorithms to turn this data into making you better. It'll break your game down and tell you where you're losing the most strokes. It also uses your historical data to act as a caddy, telling you which clubs to play where even if you've not played a particular course before. For more information on Arccos you can visit their website.