FedEx St. Jude Championship

TPC Southwind



Cobra King F7

Our Review:

Hybrids need to do two things well that a lot of golfers find difficult with their long irons—get the ball in the air and out of the rough. For the King F7, the key to solving these problems is a low center of gravity. A 13-gram tungsten weight in the sole helps provide a higher ball flight, and the rails lower the CG and keep the club gliding through the turf.
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Specs: 2-3 (adjusts from 16-19), 3-4 (adjusts from 19-22), 4-5 (adjusts from 22-25)
Price: $200
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Player Comments
  • low
    They have adjustability figured out. I was able to launch the ball high really easily.
  • mid
    It had just the right amount of ting at impact. This will hold greens without sacrificing distance.
  • high
    The rails really helped the turf interaction. The ball flight settled in the air and landed softly.