Cobra F-MAX Irons preview

Thomas Tanner
Jul 18, 2017
2 minutes

The Cobra F Max irons feature the best of Super Game Improvement technology but on a diet, making these clubs super lightweight as well as super easy to hit!

Cobra say that over 80% percent of all golfers fall into the high handicap category and with their F Max line is throwing everything in their armoury into ensuring the beginners, occasional players and those of us without the brute force of Tour pros can enjoy the game.

The design philosophy in the F Max irons is making them super light-weight yet full of game improvement technologies which the moderate swing speed golfer will benefit from. Further weight is saved with much lighter than standard shafts and coupled with a midsized grip as standard to further inspire confidence. The F-Max iron clubheads have a deep undercut cavity with the centre-of-gravity low and back to create a high launch with plenty of face flex for distance. There's loads of offset which makes them easy to hit and as with all the F Max family there's a draw bias weighting to prevent the weak fade. The 4-7 irons use a thin 17-4 stainless steel for distance while the 8 to SW use a softer 431 stainless steel for feel and control.

And for those of you who don’t fancy the prospect of long irons, the F Max irons also come in Combo Iron sets with hybrids instead of the 4 and 5 irons, designed specifically to be hit off the fairway.

The Cobra F Max irons, designed for the super game improvement category with an emphasis on being light.

Further reading

If you're new to golf and looking forward to getting out for your first game but don't know what actual golf clubs you'll need to start, this page is especially for you. In the guide below we're going to put any thoughts about not having the right or enough clubs to bed, and show you that golf can be played and enjoyed with just a few clubs in your bag.

The Cobra F Max hybrids are part of a new Super Game Improvement line with a big emphasis on being lightweight. The F Max line is aimed at the clear majority of golfers around the world falling into the high handicap category.