Cobra Fly-Z XL Irons Review

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  • At a glance

  • TG Rating 4 out of 5
  • Owner Rating 4 out of 5
  • Pros

    Soft feel and popular head design.

  • Cons

    Club golfers may want more distance.

  • RRP £549.00

What we say...

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TG Tester: James Ridyard

It’s very long from heel to toe combined with a shallow face, an unusual design. It actually performed pretty well, offering a high flight and lots of forgiveness.

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Delivers consistently higher trajectories throughout the set for the ultimate in ‘Easy Distance’ from tee to green. The Hollow Cavity Construction and progressive offset design allows for added forgiveness in the long irons, whilst improving playability in the shorter irons.

Product Information

Left Handed available  
Custom-Fit available Yes
Forgiveness level Medium
Graphite shafts available Yes
Iron type Cavity
Offset Minimal

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Cobra Irons User Reviews

  • 4 out of 5 TG Reader Review - David Fletcher

    By David Fletcher

    Found this easy to hit and distance was consistent, unfortunately for me it was a long way behind the Fly-Z model. It’s slimmer than other models in the category and I like the soft feel, too.

  • 4 out of 5 TG Reader Review - Alex Dalton

    By Alex Dalton

    Clubhead looked smaller than others in the category, with a rounded head shape. When I squared the clubface at impact, something that didn’t happen enough, it went pretty far. Felt really nice from the middle, solid and powerful, it was just a shame I couldn’t control my misses.