Cobra M Wedges

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austyn   Shoots in the 80s [Jul 22, 2010]
Model Reviewed: 52 m series cobra

awesome club it checks amazingly better then many other wedges it is staying with me for many yoers the head shape is a little different but it truly is a amazing club

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5
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5
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BrianMac   Shoots in the 70s [May 11, 2005]
Model Reviewed: Cobra M Wedge - 50 degree

Loved this wedge when I first bought it because it was a checkin' mutha! Textured face quickly eroded away and now is no diffrent than any other wedge. Great balance but am not all that inspired by the head shape. Nonetheless, it gets the ball out of tough lies easily and consistently outperforms everything else I have so I will stay with it for now.

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N/A

Similar Products Used: Cleveland Gun Metal 588, Snake Eyes Black Forged, Top-Flite Tour 2003, Titleist Pro 100, Wilson Dyna-Power, Powerbilt Citation
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5
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4
BrianMac   Shoots in the 70s [May 11, 2005]
Model Reviewed: Cobra M Wedge - 50 degree

Loved this wedge when I first bought it because it was a checkin' mutha! Textured face quickly eroded away and now is no diffrent than any other wedge. Great balance but am not all that inspired by the head shape. Nonetheless, it gets the ball out of tough lies easily and consistently outperforms everything else I have so I will stay with it for now.

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5
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4
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checkmate   Shoots in the 80s [Jan 08, 2005]
Model Reviewed: Cobra M wedge - 56*

Last week I received a 56* M wedge and tried it at our short game practice area. We have light, fine sand at our course and this wedge makes getting out of the sand and close to the pin easy. What really surprised me with this wedge was how easy it was to open up for flop shots. I was actually hitting better flop shots with this than I was my 60* Callaway forged wedge. I think I can take my lob wedge out of the bag since this SW is so easy to open up and hit. I like the finish on this club - it is unique. The grind looks different, but it obviously is effective since it can be opened up so easy. My first impression is that it is a high bounce club that plays more like a low to medium bounce. I am very happy with the purchase after several practice sessions, and the first round on the course with it netted even better results than the practice time. I feel like I can use this as both a SW and a LW and you know what that means.....I get to buy another club to put in the bag. ;)

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N/A

Similar Products Used: C2 Vokey 258.12, Callaway forged, KZG forged, Cleveland 588 gun metal, Nike forged, and way too many others to recall
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5
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5
Doyler   Shoots in the 80s [Aug 18, 2004]
Model Reviewed: Cobra M Wedges

I got custom fitted for a set of SSi irons last year and wanted a pair of M Wedges for the set. They weren't available at the time in Ireland so I opted for a pair of Vokey Black Nickel wedges. I thought when I bought the Vokey's that I'm paying for quality clubs. But after less than a year of playing approx. once a week, the faces started to wear down, and they looked terrible with the glare from the raw surface. A few weeks ago, in my local golf shop, noticed the Cobra M wedges and they were retailing at a juicy 99 euro each. Went and ordered 2 immediately and had them within 2 weeks. What I liked is that fact that once again I had the nickel finish but beneath was a stainless steel clubhead which I know will last longer than the vokeys. Spin is great. Regardless of the ball. Better than the vokeys in fact. Much more weight in the head, you really feel like you're swinging something consistent. As are the distances. Constant 125-130 yards with the 52 degree. The 60 degree is fantastic out of sand. For anyone thinking of buying a set of wedges, you should invest in these before throwing your money away on something that won't last pissing time (carbon steel wedges).

Customer Service

Didn't need to use them.

Similar Products Used: Nike Wedge, Titleist Vokey Black Nickel
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4
VALUE
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4
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bbgolf   Shoots in the 70s [Nov 29, 2003]
Model Reviewed: m-wedges 52*,56*,60*

bought a 60* new off ebay for 33.00 and figured i would try it and if i didnt like it i would re-sell it. my biggest concern was the 12* of bounce. anyway played 3 rounds and it performs like a champ. the finish looks fantastic, distance control is excellent and the feel is pretty soft to me for a cast club. obviously not as soft as forged. but the best thing for my swing is there was not alot of excess spinning of the golf ball. i think the most was about 2-3 feet. in the past some wedges put too much spin and i would get from 8-12 ft of spin from the hole. since i liked the 60* so much i went and got the 52* and 56* from golfers warehouse for 68.00 each. they perform the same too. this is the first time i have had a 4 wedge system in the bag and it makes short game decisions so much more easier. so now i have 6 rounds into them and they are still sweet. cobra's line is very underated and alot less from the bigger companies. the ball used for this test was a top flite tour incase anyone needed to know.

Customer Service

havent used yet

Similar Products Used: tm rac,hogan,mizuno mp, vokeys, cleveland 900 and 588,nickent forged
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5
VALUE
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5
BrianMac   Shoots in the 70s [Oct 31, 2003]
Model Reviewed: Cobra M-series 50 degree wedge

This club has changed my whole outlook for my game for next year. I've only got 3 rounds under my belt with it this year and don't expect to get to many more but it has been so much fun hit the ball close to the pin again! The fact that this wedge is so reasonably priced just makes it that much more impressive. I had been searching for a wedge for a couple of years and started with a forged Snake Eyes which althought I wanted it to be the answer very much, I was extremely disappointed. I then stepped up to a Cleveland Gun Metal 588. I gave up on this clube very quickly, a great club no doubt, but just not great for me (would love to sell this $119 wedge for $40 if anyone wants it). This Cobra Wedge absolutely kicks ass and thhis is the 50 degree, I can't even begin to imagine how well the higher lofts must check. This club is extremely well-balance and weighted. Give it a try or buy my Cleveland.

Customer Service

Haven't used.

Similar Products Used: Snake Eyes Black Forged; Cleveland Gun Metal RTG; Wilson Sandy Andy; Ping MB series (good)
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5
VALUE
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5
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