Cobra Golf King TEC Hybrid Review

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Cobra Golf’s King Tec hybrid is an innovative and technology-packed utility club that is perfect for better players.

Cobra Golf’s new King Tec hybrid is the latest addition to their King players’ family, aimed at better players want a utility club that delivers reliable carry distance and enhanced forgiveness off the tee and on longer approach shots into par 5s.

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The address view of the Cobra Golf King Tec hybrid.

Cobra Golf King Tec Hybrid review

RRP: £239 | Lofts: 17º (2H), 19º (3H), 21º (4H), 24º (5H)

Packed with innovative technologies, the King Tec is the only hybrid in Cobra’s line-up to feature a PwrShell Face design (also featured in the latest RadSpeed irons).

The design utilises a thin, forged 455 stainless steel L-cup insert that is hyper-flexible to promote faster ball speed and higher launch across the face.

Additionally, the King Tec hybrid has a carbon fibre crown, saving 10 grams of weight that are repositioned low and back within the clubhead to lower CG. 

The crown of the Cobra Golf King Tec hybrid.

Together, both technologies achieve the best combination of high launch, reduced spin, longer carry distance, and softer landing into greens.  

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The slightly oversized profile aids forgiveness, while a more square leading edge provides a pleasing look at address and gives players confidence to execute precise and controlled ball flights.

To optimise performance for an even wider range of golfers, the King Tec hybrid features an adjustable weight and loft system.

The sole weights in the cobra Golf King Tec hybrid.

There are three adjustable weights (two 12g weights and a 2g weight) that can be positioned in the toe (for a fade-biased ball flight), heel (for a draw-biased ball flight), or front setting for a neutral and lower launching ball flight.14g and 10g weights are also available through custom for those who require more fine-tuning.

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Cobra’s MyFly hosel has eight settings which can be adjusted up or down by up to 1.5 degrees (including 3 draw settings), allowing players to dial in their preferred launch and spin performance.  

The face of the Cobra Golf King Tec hybrid.

Each hybrid is also equipped with a Cobra Connect Grip powered by Arccos Caddie.  Users can download the Arccos Caddie app on their smart device and pair their clubs to track their shot data and improvement.   

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The King Tec is available in right and left hand (left hand custom only) in four different lofts —a 17° 2H (adjustable from 15.5° to 18.5°), a 19° 3H (adjustable from 17.5° to 20.5°), a 21° 4H (adjustable from 19.5° to 22.5°) and a 24° 5H (adjustable from 22.5° to 25.5°).

The toe view of the Cobra King Tec hybrid.

Each hybrid comes with either a Mitsubishi Chemical MMT 80 graphite hybrid shaft (extra-stiff and stiff flex) or a MMT 70 (regular flex).

What Cobra say about the King Tec hybrid

“We’re excited to bring MyFly technology and adjustability to our hybrids” said Jose Miraflor, Cobra’s Vice President of Marketing & Product Architecture.

“The ability to fine-tune your trajectory while gaining more distance is what better players look to achieve.”

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Product Information

Cobra Golf King TEC hybrid

Lofts: 17º (2H), 19º (3H), 21º (4H), 24º (5H)

Adjustable: Yes, +/- 1.5º. Three adjustable weights.

Left handed: Yes, custom-fit only

Stock shaft: Mitsubishi Chemical MMT 70 graphite hybrid shaft  (Regular flex), MMT 80 (Stiff, Extra Stiff).

Stock grip: Lamkin Crossline with Cobra Connect (powered by Arccos)

Launched: July 2021

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