The brand-new Cobra King Oversize irons.
Courtesy of Cobra
By Michael Chwasky
Monday, September 19, 2016

In the 90's Cobra rocked the golf world with the original version of the company's oversize irons. Now, the company revisits the classic model with an all-new, modern design.

The new Cobra King Oversize irons ($999 steel, $1099 graphite), available at retail on November 4th, nudges right up to the USGA's COR limit through the use of face technology that both lowers the CG for improved launch and increases ballspeed through a thinner and lighter face and sole. A hollow body design throughout the entire set provides higher launch angles for longer carry distance and softer landings while a milled clubface and multiple groove designs yields optimum spin rates for more control and consistency (the 4-6 irons have V-grooves while the 7-PW have U-grooves).

A look at the Cobra King Oversize irons' face and at address.
Courtesy of Cobra

Other features of the new Cobra King Oversize irons include a multi-material cavity construction, new aluminum medallion badges, high-density tungsten toe weighting, and a premium nickel chrome finish. UST Recoil 460 ES graphite or True Temper XP 85 steel shafts come standard.

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