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Cobra’s Snakebite Wedges

by | May 24, 2023 | PRO SHOP

Cobra’s Snakebite Wedges for 2023

Three new Cobra Snakebite wedges came to market recently with the groove configuration maximized for spin, adding bite on the greens plus, there’s a new game-improvement model, the Snakebite-X.

Cobra had a real hit with the original Snakebit wedges introduced two years ago and, at the time, was congratulated for a great name in a club category not known for original monikers. The latest models for 2023 grooves have been redesigned to give even more spin, and the CNC milling is 11% deeper with 40% sharper edges.

Additionally, the big news for this year is the addition to the lineup of regular and One Length models of the Snakebite-X specifically designed for those needing help with their wedge play. It has a hollow cavity back with a TPU insert, and Cobra says the forgiveness has been ratcheted up a notch in addition to the improved feel. Also, for hitting shots from a variety of lies from almost any turf condition, the sole grind is a practical teardrop shape.

Cobra-Snakebite-WedgeFast Facts Cobra Snakebite Wedges

  • Stock grip: Lamkin Crossline
  • $159

Snakebite

  • Three grind options
  • Stock shaft: KBS Hi-Rev 2.0
  • Stock lofts: 48° to 60° in 2° increments

Snakebite One Length

  • Stock shaft: 37.5”  KBS Hi-Rev 2.0
  • Stock lofts: 48° to 60°, except 58°

Snakebite-X

  • Hollow cavity back
  • TPU insert
  • Stock lofts: 48°, 52°, 56°, 60°
  • Stock Shaft: KBS MAX 85

For more information, please visit cobragolf.com

 

 

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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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