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Cobra King MIM Review

Cobra King MIM
Cobra King MIM
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The Verdict: Cobra uses a metal-injection molding process to construct the head rather than the usual forging or casting. This method, which includes a custom blend of two kinds of steel, reduces hand polishing, leading to a softer metal and keeping the integrity of the sole shaping and weighting. The face’s spiral-milling pattern provides surface roughness on square- and open-face shots. New for 2020: twice as many loft-sole options. Read more >>
Loft: 12 options (50 to 60 degrees), 3 sole grinds, 2 finishes
Street Price: $150
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Player Comments
  • mid
    The gunmetal is glare-free. The leading edge sits clean; perfect turf interaction and good spin.
  • low
    Soft feel, and the beveled edges really show that they understand how short game players like to manufacture shots. Whenever you made an adjustment the club just sat the way you want.
  • high
    Really great wedge to hit if you're fond of low checkers around the green. Almost effortless to pull that shot off. Makes the short game fun.