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Used Cobra Fly-Z Black Iron Set in Bargain ConditionCobra Fly-Z Black Iron Set

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Features & Specs

Bargain Condition Men's Right-Hand Cobra Fly-Z Black

Standard Length, Standard Lie Angle

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Bargain Condition

Shows frequent to heavy use but does not show any signs of abuse. Cosmetic blemishes are clearly visible and may include: pop-up marks, heavy scuffing and scratching, paint chipping, heavy finish wear, shaft burn and pitting, natural dings/nicking/gouges, etc. If you can get past the cosmetics, there is plenty of life still in this one!...plus, get it for a steal!

Description

The Cobra Fly-Z Combo Set features the Fly-Z irons and the Fly-Z hybrids (2-3H, 3-4H, 4-5H). The irons are designed with a visible speed channel in the sole and behind the clubface to provide higher COR and rebound at impact, creating faster ball speeds and distance on shots struck across a wide area of the clubface. The hybrids are made to improve and optimize your long game by being fully adjustable and easy to hit. They feature Cobra’s Speed Channel Face, Forged E9 Zone Face Weighting and Crown Zone Weighting to deliver forgiveness while maximizing ball speed.

Features

  • Speed Channel Sole
  • Deep Cavity Undercutting
  • Harmonic Cavity Insert

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Does this set have an AW as listed or a GW? All the info I can find online about this set is that has a GW. I cannot find a loft degree for the AW in any info about this particular cobra set. All information lists a GW. Please clarify as well provide the loft degree if it is an AW.

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AW and GW are used interchangeably. They are the same thing. For this set, it is a GW.

Rudi Fann     1 year ago     0 of 0 found this useful