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Used Cobra King Forged Tour Iron Set - Stiff FlexCobra King Forged Tour Iron Set

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Men's Right-Hand Cobra King Forged Tour

Stiff Flex, Standard Length, Standard Lie Angle

Description

The Cobra King Forged Tour iron set gives you tour proven performance with a soft feel and precision. Each iron goes through a 5 step forging process that allows for more precise iron shaping and a more refined grain structure for a superior feel. The set features tungsten heel-toe weighting to lower and center the CG to deliver forgiveness and precision while the 100% CNC milled face and grooves deliver maximum spin and trajectory control throughout the set. The nickel chrome plating finish provides enhanced durability and an appealing look at address.

Features

  • Tour proven performance with soft feel and precision
  • 5 step forging process allows for more precise iron shaping and more refined grain structure for superior feel
  • Tungsten heel-toe weighting lowers and centers the CG for forgiveness and precision
  • 100% CNC milled face and grooves deliver maximum spin and trajectory control
  • Nickel chrome plating finish provides enhanced durability and an appealing look at address

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Does this iron set include the same length shafts throughout the set? The "DeChambeau" style?

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These are not the one-length irons.

Rudi Fann     1 year ago     0 of 0 found this useful