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Cobra Men's King Pro Irons

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Set Composition: #3-PW The price of the product might be updated based on your selection
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Shaft: KBS C-Taper Steel The price of the product might be updated based on your selection
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Cobra Men's King Pro Irons

The Ultimate Scoring Machines

While Cobra’s other 2016 irons, the F6 and Forged Tec, have some crossover between a game-improvement iron and a players club, that is not the case with the King Pro, which is a players club all the way. And that means you can expect incredibly soft feel, a high level of workability, a thin topline, almost no offset, and a sleek, compact clubhead. This is an iron that was built to provide Tour quality feel and control, and it was most certainly designed with the better player in mind. That said, the King Pro irons also feature some unique customization options as well. A stock set, or what Cobra refers to as a “Flow” set, features cavity backs in the 3-6 irons and musclebacks in the 7-PW. Players, however, can custom order all cavity backs or musclebacks throughout the set, the latter of which Rickie Fowler plays on Tour. Additionally, the King Pro offers a classic chrome finish, as well as a distinctive diamondized black finish that has been designed not to wear, a rarity for a black finish. From a design standpoint, thanks to feedback from touring professionals, the CG in the Pro irons is positioned in the center of the clubface to improve workability and control as opposed to being placed more toward the heel as was commonly the case in players clubs in years past. Finally, the Pro irons feature as a stock shaft the KBS C-Taper 120, a Tour favorite, but other shaft options are available at no upcharge as well.


Set Composition 3 Iron through PItching Wedge
Grip Lamkin UTX
Shaft KBS C-Taper Steel
Click the Enter Custom Specs tab above for custom shaft & grip options

Ideal For:

Low-handicap golfers. This is a club that was designed for precision in terms of the way it performs and the way it needs to be hit. If you’re someone who routinely misses the center of the face, your iron play will suffer with the King Pro. However, if you’re a ball-striker, these irons will offer a Tour-proven level of feel, control, and workability that will allow you to enjoy an iron game that’s built around accuracy. And it’s worth noting that the cavity back option in the King Pro will allow for a level of forgiveness not often found in such a true players club.

Cobra King Pro Golf Irons

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

Multi-Material Construction

Tungsten inserts are placed in the toe of the King Pro irons to move the CG to the center of the clubface for improved workability and control.

1025 Carbon Steel Body

The King Pro irons use the softest 1025 steel and are forged five times for amazing feel and precision.

What They're Saying...

“This set is really interesting because we used tungsten weighting in the irons. We found that over time, some of the players on Tour, particularly Rickie, have guided us to say, ‘I want the CG to be centered in the blade.’ That’s where they hit the ball more often, so it gives them better feel, better performance, better ball speed, better consistency.”

Tom Olsavsky, Cobra Vice President of Research & Development

“The exciting thing about this iron as well is the look. This is a diamondized black finish, which is very exciting because it does not wear off like a traditional black finish. Many of the black finishes that we’ve used in the industry over the years would wear very quickly. This finish does not.”

Tom Olsavsky, Cobra Vice President of Research & Development

What Players Like You Are Saying..

“Those heads are as good a head as I’ve hit anywhere. I need something that has no offset. They have the muscleback. Then there’s the cavity back and the muscleback -- the combo. That would be ideal for someone like me, a little more forgiveness with the cavity back but still the nice forged feel. The new forged heads we have now are so much more forgiving. Right after I get my driver, I’d think about getting these irons in the bag, too.”

TGW customer Baber, 10 handicap, live testing at Cobra, 3/10/16

Cobra King Pro Irons
Club Loft Length Lie Angle Offset CB/MB Swing Weight
#2 19°


60° 2.8/2.5 mm D2
#3 21° 39.25" 60.5° 2.5/2.3 mm D2
#4 24°


61° 2.3/2.0 mm D2
#5 27° 38.25" 61.5° 2.0/1.8 mm D2
#6 30° 37.75" 62° 1.8/1.5 mm D2
#7 34° 37.25" 62.5° 1.5/1.3 mm D2
#8 38° 36.75" 63° 1.3/1.3 mm D2
#9 42° 36.25" 63.5° 1.3/1.3 mm D2
PW 46° 36" 64° 1.3/1.3 mm D3
GW 50° 35.75" 64° 1.3/1.3 mm D3