GOLF EQUIPMENT REVIEW: New Cobra Pro MB and Cobra CB irons first hits
By TG Equipment Editor
03 March 2008 07:00
The new Cobra Pro CB and Cobra MB irons have been crafted for the advanced player to deliver superior feel and workability combined with some forgiveness.
With a forged cavity back, shorter hosel and lower centre of gravity, these Cobra Pro CB and Cobra MB irons have been engineered for a high golf ball flight, while the rounded sole camber improves turf interaction.
Camilo Villegas has also put the new Cobra Pro CB irons in play and said “the new Cobra Pro CB is the best looking and best feeling Cobra iron I've played with. Also, the golf club passes through the turf better than any iron I have hit. I really like them.“
The new Cobra Pro MB has also been created in collaboration with Cobra’s Tour pros. The Cobra Pro MB Irons give accomplished players the soft feel of forged 1020 carbon steel along with the refinement that comes with superior engineering.
The longer hosel is ideal for players who prefer a high degree of golf ball control, while the thin topline and rounded sole camber further aid control and feedback. The end result: Solid striking muscle-back irons with a higher level of playability Cobra Tour pros are raving about.
The King Cobra Pro MB (True Temper Dynamic Gold S300 Steel Shaft) and Pro CB (Royal Precision Rifle Project X 5.5 Steel Shaft) sets both include 3 – PW and will retail at £632.
Both models are available in Europe from April 1st.
To see what our Senior Equipment Editor Sean Ramsdale thought of the new Cobra irons watch the golf equipment reviews video below: