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Cobra S3 Max Steel Iron set

  • Estimated Trade-In Value
  • Estimated Resale Value
Low: $54.71
Mid: $64.36
High: $74.02

Next update: 2/14/16

Est. trade-in value based on data and analysis from The PGA Trade-In Network
Low: $136.77
Mid: $160.91
High: $185.05

Next update: 2/14/16

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Head Material:

Stainless Steel

• For Mid to high handicap golfers who want maximum forgiveness and high launch
• Low profile design shifts the center of gravity low and back for improved launch and maximum forgiveness
• Powerback sole Improves turf interaction for more consistency and power at contact
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.

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2011 Hot List
Gold Medal
Super Game Improvement Irons
Cobra kept the sole design (a reduced contact area to prevent digging) from its S2 iron and switched to a low-profile head to move the center of gravity (CG) lower and farther back to improve forgiveness and increase the launch angle. Available with two hybrids or as an all-iron set (4-iron through gap wedge).
"These provide consistent flight and distance, even on mis-hits."
"It's nice to have a forgiving club that doesn't distract you by its size at address."…"If there's such a thing as a players super game-improvement iron, this is it. A great choice for the avid bad golfer."
Those who eschew hybrids have to love the economy-size sticker ($500) on the no-hybrid set. That's an awful lot of golf club at an attractive price.
It's true that people want more distance in their irons, but a strong-lofted pitching wedge (43 degrees) seems like too much.

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