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Cobra Golf King LTDx Irons

by | Jan 19, 2022 | PRO SHOP

As part of the new KING LTDx family Cobra Golf has announced the King LTDx line of irons featuring a variable thickness L-cup face insert and multi-material head incorporating a floating steel core.

Fast Facts Cobra KING LTDx Irons

  • Game-improvement category
  • Milled L-cup face insert
  • Weighting screw in toe
  • PWR-COR interior weighting
  • Variable Men’s or Women’s or ONE Length Men’s
  • Stock shafts: Tour 80, KBS PGI
  • Stock grip: Lamkin Crossline 58R+
  • Available Feb. 11, 2022
  • Price: set of seven irons variable or ONE Length steel shafts $899

WYNTK:

The LTDx iron’s PWR-COR Weighting system combined with the PWRSHELL Face Cobra says added together “are the superior choice for the perfect blend of forgiveness, high launch, excellent feel and longest total distance.” PWR-COR is a steel weight bar inside but separate from the head and wrapped in a polymer coating to suspend it in place. This so-called “floating” interior weight is behind the face positioned low in the head to give the face a greater amount of flexing at impact for more distance while the polymer acts as a vibration dampener and to a degree improves face rebound.

The PWRSHELL face is the L-cup shape that wraps around to the sole similar to others used in the past by Cobra. This latest version used in the LTDx has an improved variable thickness design offering 23% larger sweet spot and Cobra says overall these new irons have 5% more face deflection than last year’s Radspeed model. We also like the addition of a toe weighting screw which the custom-build department at Cobra can vary to fit an individual golfer’s need.

LTDx irons are offered in traditional variable length sets for men or women and in ONE Length for men.

https://www.cobragolf.com/ltdx-irons

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Ed Travis

Ed is a national award-winning golf journalist and has carried on a lifelong love affair with the game. His work covering the business of golf, equipment, golf personalities and travel is prominently featured in numerous print and electronic publications. He has competed in tournament golf both as an amateur and senior professional and though his competitive days are behind him, Ed still plays regularly and carries a handicap of 4. He lives on a water hazard in suburban Orlando.
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