King F8 One Length
COBRA’s first ever connected set of ONE Length™ irons ill improve your game. Carbon fiber tuned PWRshell™ Technology delivers superior feel and long, towering shots. COBRA Connect Technology proves the performance.
Cobra Connect Powered By Arccos™
Cobra Connect sensors are now included in every club in the F8 family. You get GPS access to more than 40,000 golf courses to help track your game. The sensor records each swing, displaying results on your smart phone. With more access to data, you track your round, improve where you need it, and share and challenge your friends.
One Length™ Set Makeup
COBRA ONE Length™ irons are each re-engineered to match 7-iron weighting and length to deliver more consistent trajectory and distance gapping throughout the set.
Forged PWRSHELL Face™ Technology
A thinner, variable thickness L-Cup face design enhances the active Sweet Zone™ for faster ball speeds and higher launch across all points on the face.
Carbon Feel Technology
For the first time ever in an iron, a lightweight carbon fiber medallion supports a thinner face while delivering improved sound and feel.
Lower Profile Design
A lower profile clubhead design improves aerodynamics and lowers CG for higher launch and more clubhead speed.
Tecflo™ Progressive Set Technology
Advanced construction technologies combine to create the ultimate progressive irons. Progressive hosel lengths and wider soles (4-6) perfect trajectory and launch throughout the set.
Progressive Spin Technology
V-Grooves on the 4-6 irons reduce spin, U-Grooves on the 7-PW optimize spin, and wedge-spaced grooves on the GW-SW deliver extra spin for shots around the green.
|Club||Loft (*)||Lie (*)||Offset (mm)||Length (")||Swing Weight|
- Cobra Golf
- Open Box:
- Length & Lie:
- Not Available
- Mens Right Handed
- Cobra Stock Rubber
- Shaft Material:
- Shaft Name:
- True Temper XP 90 One
- King F8 One
- New, Open Box Return
- 7 Irons
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I'm really happy with this set 5 though PW. Easy to hit, a little difficult to "work" but that's actually what I prefer in an iron set.
I will say I'm not sure about the GW. It's designed much more like a "wedge" and a lot less like the rest of the set.
My concern is that it's only 49 degrees, which for me means I'm much more likely to hit it for full shots.
I think I may have preferred it to look like the PW.
But I have never hit a 5 iron so well. Even mishits are decent which was not the case before.