Co-designed by Rickie Fowler and Cobra Golf, the Limited Edition RF Proto Irons are a product of 33 different revisions over the span of a year to create the perfect iron. The rich copper finish was hand selected by Rickie as a finishing touch to make his irons truly one of a kind.
RF PROTO IRONS
The KING Forged MB Irons are an evolution of the limited-edition RF Proto Iron into Cobra’s mainline KING players Iron family. The irons feature a special “RF” logo that pays tribute to their signature shape that was co-designed by Rickie Fowler and Cobra Golf.
FEATURES & TECHNOLOGY
Each iron is forged 5 times from a block of 1025 carbon steel to deliver the softest feel desired by the best players.
A high-density tungsten toe weight positions the CG right behind the hitting zone for the purest feeling shots with added stability on off-center hits.
A rich copper finish was hand selected by Rickie Fowler as a finishing touch to make these irons truly one of a kind.
Careful consideration was taken to ensure every aspect of the shape ranging from the topline thickness, to each edge radius suited Rickie's eye. The design process began with Rickie hand shaping irons on a grinding wheel, and resulted in 33 different prototypes that were tested, and fine-tuned by Rickie himself. At first glance, one will notice the sharp edges and little to no offset that makes these irons strikingly different from anything played on Tour.
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- Cobra Golf
- Open Box:
- Length & Lie:
- Not Available
- Mens Right Handed
- Golf Pride Tour Velvet Align Connect - Black / Red
- Shaft Material:
- Shaft Name:
- KBS C-Taper 120
- RF Proto Copper
- New, Factory Sealed
- LIMITED EDITION
- 7 Irons
- 2 Day
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