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Bryson DeChambeau has become a household name for many golf fans in the last few years, which has happened for two primary reasons. First, he compiled one of the best amateur records of any player in the last several decades and has since earned his PGA Tour card. Second, in conjunction with his immense success on the course, he has also become known for playing a set of irons that are all the same length. Upon turning professional, DeChambeau signed with Cobra, which immediately went to work on creating One Length sets of irons for recreational players, including the KING F7 model, which would qualify as a game-improvement offering from Cobra. The idea is that by having irons that are all the same length players are able to to have one setup and utilize the same swing with each iron in their bag, which will make it easier to achieve consistent results. In terms of the KING F7 irons, they all come at a standard 7-iron length of 37.25 inches in both graphite and steel and with the same lie angle of 62.5 degrees. Highlighting the features of the KING F7 One Length irons is their PWRSHELL face, which is thinner and stronger to create a larger sweet spot and faster ball speeds for more distance. Additionally, progressive spin technology promotes less spin for more distance in the longer irons and more spin for increased control in the shorter irons, and perimeter weighting creates max forgiveness on mis-hits. The CG has also been centered in the clubface to improve feel and consistency. The stock shafts for the F7 One Length irons are the Fujikura Pro 63i graphite and the True Temper King F7 steel. The stock grip, meanwhile, is a red, white, and blue Lamkin Crossline.
|Stock Shaft||True Temper KING F7 Steel, Fujikura Pro 63i Graphite|
|Stock Grip||Lamkin REL - blue|
|Click the Enter Custom Specs tab above for custom shaft & grip options|
Players of all ability levels. In terms of performance, the KING F7 One Length irons have the desired playability of the best game-improvement clubs, most notably high launch, impressive distance, and max forgiveness. That said, these are irons that still have a fairly compact look, clean lines, and soft feel at impact, which might also appeal to better players who value forgiveness above all else.
A stronger, thinner sole and clubface enlarge the sweet spot and combine to produce faster ball speeds from all impact points.
V-Grooves are utilized in the longer irons for less spin and more distance, while U-Grooves in the shorter irons create more spin and control.
Weight is moved to strategic places along the perimeter of the clubhead to improve forgiveness.
“Great ball flight, low-piercing ball flight. It was a little weird because I’m used to my longer irons being, of course, longer, (but) it was easy to hit the 4- and 5-iron. I expected the ball to go not as far because it was a shorter length club, but it didn’t.”
TGW customer Mike, 4 handicap
|Cobra King Men's F7 One Length Irons|
|Club||Loft||Length||Lie Angle||Offset||Swing Weight|
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