Cobra SZ Irons

Cobra SZ Irons 

DESCRIPTION

The sleek, low-profile head design and shortened hosel of the SZ Wide Sole Irons results in low-and-back CG, while MOI is maximized through a wide sole and heel-toe weighting system. This will help golfers achieve a higher launch and pinpoint accuracy, the best of both worlds. Improved ball strikes along with legendary Cobra feel are thanks to a full cavity back and urethane-back cavity insert.

USER REVIEWS

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[Mar 07, 2022]
ceceliafredrick


Strength:

Only knock on these is if you want to knock down shots the ball will go a bit higher than say a midsize players club where you can shape your shots more , these clubs will allow you to draw depending on your swing but I much prefer the simple straight , high and throwing the dart at the bullseye ! The soles are a bit wider than my old clubs but are moderate compared to some of the other GI clubs out there so now i don't have to come down as hard on the ball and break my wrists and a simple easy swing does the work for you , and I had a bit of trouble on the tees originally because of the offset and the ball drawing more than i anticipated , i put the ball back in my stance a bit more and aim a bit right with a little draw, it's nice watching the ball go into the green with ease .| Vinyl Fence Installation

Weakness:

None so far.

OVERALL
RATING
5
[Oct 17, 2013]
Matt Collins
Shoots in the 80s
Model Reviewed: Cobra SZ Irons

Got these a couple years ago when they were a last year's model. Hit them along with Callaway, Taylormade, Titleist and others in simulator. These irons have a great feel for full swing / attack the pin play. My issue is a lack of feel when trying to play from, say, 70 yds and in. The wide -sole design makes it tough to play open face / cut-type feel shots so I still carry my previous wedge for those and sand shots. Overall, these clubs are long / accurate and have good tee and fairway feel with a full swing. They don't suit my close-in game, however- ouch!

OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
4
[Dec 16, 2011]
dan
Scratch Golfer
Model Reviewed: cobra sz irons

the cobra sz irons are aimed for the 8-14 handicapers with a bit more forgiveness the blades but less accurate. i had a set before but they weren't the best clubs so i switched to mizuno mp 58s and im loving them.

OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
4
[Aug 06, 2011]
gonzo4golf
Shoots in the 80s
Model Reviewed: King Cobra SZ irons

I'm surprised that i am the first to comment on these clubs but have nothing but positive feedback to give . I bought these last season for half the price since they were old stock ; i tried the TM burners , Callaway x-20s and the Cobra SZ in the simulator, the Callaways felt harsh, the TMs were sweet but the $ 700 price tag compared to the SZs which were $ 375 and were just as good made my decision . On the course , they are very easy to hit , great ball compression off the face, nide weight distribution ,great trajectory for those second shots off the fairway and over trees that make attacking a green realistic , very good out of the rough . It took me awhile to get use to the yardage because i found they are a club longer (ie) i was using Mizuno X-23s for a bit ( OK but not impressed, might have been the shafts ) the Mizs on a 7 iron i was struggling to get the ball around 140-145 , my old Macgregors i could hit 150 with a 7 iron with ease , the Cobras with a 7 i can easily go 160-165 yds. , the PW and GW takes time to dial in the yardage , i can hit the SZ PW around 120-130 off the tees . Only knock on these is if you want to knock down shots the ball will go a bit higher than say a midsize players club where you can shape your shots more , these clubs will allow you to draw depending on your swing but I much prefer the simple straight , high and throwing the dart at the bullseye ! The soles are a bit wider than my old clubs but are moderate compared to some of the other GI clubs out there so now i don't have to come down as hard on the ball and break my wrists and a simple easy swing does the work for you , and I had a bit of trouble on the tees originally because of the offset and the ball drawing more than i anticipated , i put the ball back in my stance a bit more and aim a bit right with a little draw, it's nice watching the ball go into the green with ease . I can't believe i haven't seen more of these out there , they are very easy to play but all i can say is i'm impressed with these sticks , check them out yourself they are as good as anything else out there , thanks Cobra job well done !

Customer Service

Haven't had to use them .

Similar Products Used:

MacGregor MacTec
Tommy Armour Evo 31 (my second set , great midsize clubs )
Mizuno MX-23 ( must have bought a bad set with poor shafts, wasn't impressed )
Adams A3OS

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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