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Used Cobra King F8 6-Iron in Like New Condition - Regular Flex Iron IndividualCobra King F8 Iron Individual

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Like New Condition Men's Right-Hand Cobra King F8

6 Type, Regular Flex, Standard Length, Standard Lie Angle

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Like New Condition

Shows virtually no traces of wear and is nearly impossible to distinguish from new. May show signs of very minor "shop wear", but in most cases, you'd be hard pressed to tell the difference from new... we just have the luxury of a super-duper magnifying glass!

Description

The Cobra King F8 irons are Cobra’s first ever connected irons that will help you improve your game by allowing you to track performance with the Cobra Connect Powered by Arccos. The King F8 irons use Forged VFT PWRSHELL Face Technology that enhances the Sweet Zone for faster ball speeds and higher launch across all points on the face while the lower profile clubhead design lowers CG for higher launch and more clubhead speed.

Features

  • lightweight carbon fiber medallion supports a thinner face while delivering improved sound and feel

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Can you confirm shaft length. Seems short for 4 iron.

Tom S.     8 months ago     0 of 0 found this useful

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