Cobra King Black wedge Review

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  • TG Rating 4 out of 5
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  • RRP £109.00

What we say...

Cobra King Black Wedge: What you need to know

COBRA's King Black wedge features an all new DBM (Diamonized Black Metal) finish for extra durability, and it's a product the brand say caters to a wide range of playing abilities. 

Much of that is due to the variety of loft, bounce and grind configuration options, leaving you able to find a wedge that will help your swing type on the course that you play. 

It features a soft 8620 carbon steel body for feel and spin, 100% CNC Milled face and grooves, and progressive spin technology - with wider, shallower grooves in the weaker lofts (56, 58, 60), and narrower, tighter-spaced grooves in the stronger lofts (50, 52, 54) to deliver consistent spin and trajectories between lofts.

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Cobra King Black Wedge Review: TG Verdict

The King Black split our testers, with the rounded head being the main point of discussion. If you're a fan of clean, straight lines on wedges, the King probably isn't the one for you. But if you can see past the shape, spin and feedback performance are excellent.

We liked the durable black finish (DBM) which looks great on a wedge, and our test pro was impressed with how consistent the King's spin and carry distance drop off were when hitting to a 90-yard target.

Product Information

Lofts:50°/52°/54°/56°/58°/60° Head options: Classic, Versatile and Wide Low sole grinds Shaft:TrueTemperDynamicGold(S200)

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