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The Cobra King Radspeed Iron Set is a great iron set for someone wanting a forgiving set of irons. Perfect for a mid to high handicap golfer that is wanting to be more consistent with their irons and hit more greens in regulation. Not the best irons for a low handicap golfer.
- Easy to launch
- Not very workable. These irons are meant for a mid to high handicap golfer.
The Cobra RadSpeed Iron Set is ideal for mid to high handicap players seeking reliably long distances from an iron built to create radical ball speeds with ultra-low spin, garnering extreme forgiveness. Using radial weighting technology at the heel and toe-optimized center of gravity merges speed and control in one iron.
3D Printed Medallion – Dampening vibrations while also providing excellent feedback and feel, a lightweight 3D printed medallion structure is built into the iron.
Radial Weighting – Strategic weight placement relative to the center of gravity at the heel and toe accelerates ball speeds and improves forgiveness for targeted ball flight control.
Cobra Connect – Providing distance evidence from each swing, Arccos Caddie Smart sensors in each club give players more facts about their club distances to make better game management decisions.
The Cobra Radspeed irons are great clubs for the mid to high handicapper looking for a very long and forgiving set. The heads are larger and the sole is wider but it has a ledge in the back so that the actual area of the sole that comes in contact with the ground is smaller which allows it to fit a larger number of players with enhanced turf interaction. These clubs are long and forgiving and very easy to get in the air. Better players would be better off looking at some of Cobras other models more designed for the better player.
- Very long
- Very forgiving
- Sole plays less wide than it is
- Not for the better player
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