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Cobra Men's King F6 Irons

Hand: Left
Set Composition: #4-GW
Shaft: FST Steel
Flex: Stiff
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Cobra Men's King F6 Irons

A New Era Of Irons Is Born

The King F6 is what Cobra would classify as its true game-improvement iron, meaning from a performance standpoint players can expect higher launch angles, more distance, and maximum forgiveness. What’s most unique about the F6 is the progressive TECFLO construction utilized throughout the set. The 3-5 irons are hollow and the 6-7 irons are half-hollow, design features that improve playability, as the hollow and half-hollow construction enable thinner clubfaces for more speed and a lower CG to improve launch conditions. The 8-PW, meanwhile, are traditional cavity backs, and the gap and sand wedges have more of a blade design. Better feel, control, and workability will be the performance benefits of those constructions in the scoring clubs. The F6 irons also feature a Speed Channel that promotes faster ball speeds from impact points across the face, as well as a progressive groove pattern that imparts less spin with the longer irons and more with the shorter irons. Lightweight steel and graphite options are available in terms of a stock shaft for the F6 irons, but other choices are available at no upcharge as well.

Details

Set Composition 4 Iron through Gap Wedge
Grip Lamkin REL 360
Shaft FST Steel
Click the Enter Custom Specs tab above for custom shaft & grip options

Ideal For:

A wide variety of golfers. Cobra touts F6 as a game-improvement iron but its refined look and impressive performance attributes make it a realistic option for better players as well. Case in point, Jesper Parnevik recently won on the Champions Tour using F6 irons. High-handicappers who need more distance and higher launch to improve their iron play will love how the F6 irons perform, while some lower-handicap players will appreciate the way the F6 irons look at address, especially when considering how forgiving these clubs are through the set.

Cobra King F6 Golf Irons

TGW visits Cobra to discuss the Cobra King F6 Golf Irons.

Thin-Optimized-Personalized Technology

T.O.P. technology allows five grams of weight to be moved lower and further back in the clubhead to create a lower CG, which generates higher launch conditions.

Speed Channel

The Speed Channel is positioned along the sole and around the perimeter of the upper cavity back to enable a more flexible clubface, which increases ball speeds from all impact points.

TECFLO Construction

A progressive design in the long irons, mid irons, short irons, and wedges allows each club to perform as intended, most notably higher launch and more distance in the longer irons and more control and feel in the shorter irons.

What They're Saying...

“F6 is very exciting for us. It’s what we would call our game-improvement iron, and it’s really that middle of the market product that golfers want. We have something called the Speed Channel around the sole and inside the head that gives us a lot more speed on the mis-hits and helps get the ball up quickly.”

Tom Olsavsky, Cobra Vice President of Research & Development

“The other thing that’s exciting is something called Flo-Tec. What we do with Flo-Tec, our long irons are hollow, our mid irons are half-hollows, our short irons are cavity backs, and our wedges are more of a muscleback style. The hollow gives us a lot more playability benefits.”

Tom Olsavsky, Cobra Vice President of Research & Development

Cobra Men's King F6 Irons
Club Loft Length Lie Angle Offset Swing Weight
#3 18° 40" 60° 5.5mm D1
#4 20° 39.25" 61° 5.5mm D1
#5 23° 38.5" 61.5° 5.0mm D1
#6 26° 37.75" 62° 4.0mm D1
#7 30° 37.25" 62.5° 4.0mm D1
#8 35° 36.75" 63° 3.5mm D1
#9 40° 36.25” 63.5° 3.0mm D1
#PW 45° 36" 64° 2.5mm D2
#GW 50° 35.75" 64° 1.0mm D2
#SW 55° 35.5" 64° 0.8mm D3
Cobra Men's King F6 Irons is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not Impressed This is the third set of Cobras that I have owned. I had these ones custom fit and shipped directly from Cobra last year. In my first round I had two heads come off and had them re-glued. In a tournament a month later lost another head. Had the whole set re-glued. Had a couple more heads come off. Sent into Cobra over the winter to get them fixed. Lost another head on the driving range this spring. All heads came off when just hitting the ball and not catching a lot of turf. The only heads that I haven't lost are my 4 and G. It's been a pain trying to get these fixed and I can't really trust the clubs. Not sure I will buy Cobra clubs again.
Date published: 2017-08-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Updated review In my first review I only rated these irons as fair. After playing several rounds in warmer temps, I am forced to admit that these are indeed very fine irons. Distance and accuracy are excellent. I highly recommend these!!!
Date published: 2017-01-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Pretty good irons Purchased these irons several weeks ago and have played 4-5 rounds with them now. I must say these are pretty good irons! I have been playing forged irons for quite some time (for years) and these irons are way more forgiving. Distance is quite impressive, even on off center hits. Having to get use to the "carry distance" again now though. Never had an issue with getting the ball in the air but these irons really get the ball up and fast!! I would recommend these irons to anyone who's looking for game improvement irons.
Date published: 2016-08-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Long with feel I've played over 30 rounds with the King F6 irons. My GIR is improved. My last set were forged Mizuno JPX EZ Forged. The Kings are 10 yds longer per club, at least. The King 4i and 5i are built like hybrids, and go just as far. The 4i goes 190-215 yds. The 7i goes 160-170. The shafts are FST, who makes the KBS Tour Series. The FST shafts have a boring medium trajectory, very controllable. I kept the JPXs, but these F6s go longer and are better in the wind. I just can't go back. I now have a range of weapons to reach greens over 200 yds away.
Date published: 2016-05-03
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