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Cobra S3 Steel Iron set



 

Low: $100.53
Mid: $118.27
High: $136.00
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Manufacturer:

Cobra

Year of Introduction:

2011

MSRP (new):

$875.00

• Progressive Sweet Zone across the set
• The Sweet Zone changes from elliptical in the long irons to circular in the short irons, giving each individual iron the ability to provide the kind of distance, feel, forgiveness and accuracy that golfers are looking for
• New high strength steel alloy in the long and mid irons thinned out the face by 20 percent and increase face flex for higher ball speed
Cobra is among the fastest growing golf club brands in the industry, experiencing significant market share increase within its metal woods and irons category. Cobra’s mission is to make the game more enjoyable for golfers by offering quality performance and innovative technology-based products at a fair price. Cobra products are designed for the ‘average, avid’ golfer, with performance goals of distance, greater accuracy and forgiveness.

For More Information: http://cobragolf.com/


2011 Hot List
Gold Medal
Game Improvement Irons
A high-strength alloy is used in the face of the long and middle irons. The idea is to create a thin face that improves ball speed through spring like effect. Polymer inside the topline and a full-cavity thermoplastic-urethane badge dampen vibration. Available in an all-iron set and an iron-hybrid set.
Low-Handicapper:
"Unlike a lot of the offset clubs, you can open this one easily. It doesn't hood. The back of the iron is ugly, but it looks good at address."…"The ball shoots up in the air and hangs forever. High-handicappers are going to love these: they're so confidence-inspiring."
Middle-Handicapper:
"The sweet spot felt small, but the ball flight was controllable."
Hot:
The stepped-sole design (in which the toe and hell areas are raised) prevents the club from twisting while sliding through the grass, a plus for middle-handicappers. The two-tone face frames the ball as well as any iron.
Not:
That said, let's do away with the all-iron set. We shouldn't be encouraging anyone to hit 19-degree 3-irons.

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