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Cobra's King F7 and Forged one length irons

Posted by Jamie Martin on

Cobra's King F7 and Forged one length irons

Ever had that special iron in your bag that just seems to feel right?

That iron that you hit sweeter and more consistently than the others?

The iron that has you saying “why can’t I hit all my other clubs like my seven iron?”

Well, Cobra Golf may have the solution for all golfers who have pondered that same


PGA Tour pro Bryson DeChambeau, who clinched his card for 2017 via the playoffs

last month, has inspired Cobra to release a range of their new KING F7 and Forged irons that

are equipped with identical length shafts.

For those who don't know, DeChambeau is not a cookie-cutter tour pro. A fan of the Hogan

cap and unorthodox methodology, he subscribes to the theory of having every iron in his

bag the same length as his seven iron.

And this is where Cobra have taken DeChambeau's abstract approach and run with it.

Their new KING F7 and Forged One Length irons, due to be released in late November, have

identical length shafts - which are about the same length as a regular seven iron (37¼


The philosophy behind DeChambeau's and now Cobra’s decision to have matching iron

lengths is simple - the same swing is required for every club.

With regular irons, which Cobra are now calling their Variable length range, a golfer’s

posture, ball position and spine angle all change according to the length of each iron.

However, having identical shaft lengths reduces these variables – meaning the setup

position is exactly the same for a four iron as a wedge.

The Cobra KING F7 will appeal to high handicappers with its cavity back credentials while the

Cobra KING Forged model that DeChambeau uses features tungsten inserts on the heel and

toe of the sole to increase control and assist with shot shaping.

As it is often said, consistency is the key to playing good golf. And Cobra believes their KING

F7 and Forged one length offerings should lead to a more consistent swing.

Which should lead to a more consistent strike. Which should lead to a simpler and easier

way to play golf.

Now, there are a lot of shoulds in there, but when you boil it down the Cobra KING F7 and

KING Forged one length irons will be like having a whole bag of your most trusted iron to

call upon no matter the circumstances.

And that should inspire confidence for those who need it most on the course.

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