Cobra King F6 Irons Review

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  • TG Rating 5 out of 5
  • Owner Rating Not yet rated
  • RRP £499.00

What we say...


The King of progressive iron sets say Cobra and believe us they’re not joking. The Tech-Flo set features different body constructions in the long, mid and short irons to enhance playability and maximise control. There’s also two different types of steel and different groove shapes to enhance feel and control in the short irons and deliver better playability in the long irons.


Our verdict:

We reckon Cobra have created one of the most hi-tech game improvement sets of irons ever made with the F6+. Everything about each individual iron is tailored to its particular use, from the steel it’s made from to the body construction and type of grooves on the face, which deserves to be applauded especially at this price point. We loved how each club looks really playable, with confidence inspiring long and mid irons and tidy short irons that you feel you can score with…how often do we say that about game improvement irons?


Bottom line:

With our longest shots coming from both the heel and toe we’ve got to say Cobra’s engineers have got a lot right with the F6+. Cobra might not be the first name on golfers minds when it comes to game improvement iron’s but we reckon they are well worth a look this year. 

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Product Information

Availability: 3-SW (inc GW / Stock set 4-PW or 5-SW)

Stock shaft: FST Flighted (s) Matrix Red Tie 65Q4 (g)

Seven iron loft and length: 30 deg / 37.25”

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