Cobra King Cobra II Wedges

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King Cobra II

User Reviews (5)

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Brendan   Shoots in the 90s [Apr 22, 2002]
Model Reviewed: King Cobra 2

This is a very consistant club. However it isn''t always great for spin. Often I get little spin to the green but it is very accurate and easy to adjust to

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RATING
5
Value
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4
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Chance   Shoot in the 90s [Apr 26, 2001]
Model Reviewed: King Cobra 2 PW

These clubs are good at most shots from within 90 yards from the green,to right off the fringe.They are overall good wedges.

Similar Products Used: Mizuno SW,Ping Eye2.
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5
Value
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5
Mike Mortimer   Shoot in the 80s [Jun 02, 2000]
Model Reviewed: pitching wedge

Im currently playing with the cobra II p wedge and love it. I find it incredibly accurate and easy to gage distance.

Similar Products Used: None
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RATING
5
Value
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5
Kris   Shoot in the 80s [Mar 31, 1999]
Model Reviewed: Cobra II/Trusty Rusty

I purchaced a cobra II sand wedge to go with the set of Irons I had (a 56 deg SW) it was unperdictable and the bounce prohibited geting creative from thin lies. It came out of a bunker like a champ but was rather usless in an apoach shot from fairway. The Trusy Rusty on the other hand is a wonderfull club with many uses. It comes out of a bunker very well and can be hit with vertually any lie. The tri level sole makes for wonderful imagination shot around the green, and the hump steel shaft is very predictable with longer approach shots. I only cary this wedge now in 55 deg.

Similar Products Used: None
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5
Value
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4
Dave   Shoot in the 90s [Jan 05, 1999]
Model Reviewed: Men's

The KC II men's 56 degree sand wedge had mediun bounce angle and sole width. It is good for all types of sand and lies. It's really good for short finesse shots; the light weight allows good head speed to be generated for very short shots that still create bite. On full shots it is definitely a ""one shot"" club, so it's not good if you're looking for trajectory control. The graphite shaft springs the ball into the air so there is not great distance, but it is predictable.

Similar Products Used: Wedges by Titleist, Cleveland, Tad Moore and Ram.
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3
Value
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3
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