Cobra Golf® introduces all new King LTDx variable and one length iron offerings

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PWR-COR Weighting system designed for ultimate distance, forgiveness and feel
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January 19, 2022
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Cobra - King LTDx irons

Cobra - King LTDx irons

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COBRA Golf®, a leader in golf club innovation, today introduced the new KING LTDx Irons, designed to deliver next level distance and forgiveness for golfers seeking game improvement. The irons have been re-engineered from the inside out using an intelligent PWR-COR Weighting design that strategically positions the CG and adds face and body flexion to deliver maximum ball speed. Combined with a thinner and larger PWRSHELL Face, the LTDx irons are the superior choice for the perfect blend of forgiveness, high launch, excellent feel and longest total distance.


Cobra - King LTDx irons

The PWR-COR Weighting system creates COBRA’s most flexible iron design for maximum ball speed. The unique construction features a multi-material design utilizing a floating steel core bar that is suspended in a lightweight and soft polymer. The steel core bar perfectly positions the CG low and right behind the impact zone. In the center of the head area, the core bar is completely separated from the body, face, and sole to encourage maximum flexion and power transfer to the golf ball. A polymer filler is injected around the core bar to damp vibrations and provide exceptional feel, while enhancing the elastic rebound effect for increased ball speed and distance.

Cobra - King LTDx irons

Cobra - King LTDx irons

COBRA has expanded its patented PWRSHELL Face Technology, a proven technology that has delivered its fastest face designs across multiple product families and throughout the last few product generations. The updated PWRSHELL design utilizes a variable thickness L-cup insert that expands the thin area on the face by 23% to increase the zone of maximum ball speed to create more consistent and reliable distance on off-center hits. Combined with the PWR-COR weight design, the LTDx irons deliver 5% more face deflection than the previous RADSPEED models, resulting in faster ball speed and higher launch across the face.

LTDx Irons are available in both Variable and ONE Length offerings, allowing players to choose from the more traditional variable length or ONE length for improved simplicity and consistency. A new innovative, adjustable toe-screw allows COBRA custom club department to create the perfect build for any configuration.

Cobra - King LTDx irons

LTDx Variable Length irons are available in a Chrome finish with Gold Fusion accents and come stock in 5-GW or 4-PW (RH/LH Steel - £799/€949), Each steel option comes standard with a KBS Tour 90 shaft (reg & stiff) and a Lamkin Crossline (58+) Black grip. The stock graphite offering utilizes a KBS PGI (85 – Stiff flex; 75 – Regular flex; 65 – Lite flex, and a 55 in women’s flex).

COBRA LTDx ONE Length irons are available in a Chrome finish with a Blue/Red accents on the medallion and come stock in a 5-GW (RH/LH; Steel – £799/€949). The ONE Length irons feature progressive steel shaft weights (available in Stiff & Regular flex) to optimize trajectory through the set. The long irons (4-6 iron) feature a lighter Tour 80 shaft to promote higher launch, the mid irons (7-9i) feature a mid-weight Tour 90 shaft, and the wedges use a heavier Tour 120 shaft to promote a lower ball flight for more accuracy. The stock graphite offering utilizes a KBS PGI (85 – S; 75 – R; 65 – A). Each iron comes equipped with a Lamkin Crossline (58R+) grip.
Women’s LTDx iron offerings: The LTDx Irons are available in ladies flex in a Chrome/Elderberry colorway with a KBS PGI 55 (50g) shaft and Lamkin Crossline Undersize (60R) grip. (6-PW,SW £769)
All LTDx products are available at retail and online, February 11, 2022. For more information, visit www.cobragolf.com.

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