COBRA has launched the AMP CELL irons that will complement the drivers, woods and hybrids in their 2013 range.
With a metalwood face-weld construction, E9 Face Technology, AMP CELL technology, a V-Skid sole design, vibration management system and speed channel, these irons are positioned to deliver explosive distance, maximum forgiveness and pinpoint accuracy.
“Our AMP CELL Irons take the best technologies from our research in irons and combine them with metalwood-type construction,” said Tom Preece, Vice President of Research and Development. “Bringing these technologies together provides golfers with higher, longer, more penetrating ball flight, superb accuracy, optimised CG placement and ultimately, the best in performance.”
The AMP CELL 4-7 irons feature a metalwood construction with a thin, high strength steel face that is welded to a softer 431 stainless steel body. This optimises the irons to create a COR zone, controlled weighting and provides a lighter face; all working together to generate faster ball speeds for improved distance and forgiveness.
The AMP CELL irons have a progressive face and cavity design that makes the longer irons easier to hit and the shorter irons easier to control. The internal cell weighting also enables precise CG placement, moving weight from the face and body to create perimeter weighting which positions the CG behind the Sweet Zone to provide a higher MOI for greater forgiveness.
The V-Skid sole combines a higher bounce leading edge with heel toe relief, resulting in a sole that is versatile for better players, yet forgiving for mid and higher handicappers. This works with the vibration management system to reduce unwanted vibration and sound for exceptional feel.
The COBRA AMP CELL Irons are available in right and left handed models in both steel and graphite (either 4-PW or 5-SW stock sets). The steel irons feature a True Temper Dynalite 90 shaft and the graphite irons use a COBRA MRC AMP CELL Shaft. All irons feature a Lamkin REL .600 grips.
RRP: £549 (steel), £649 (graphite)
Available: 8th February 2013