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Those are utterly GHASTLY. That top line... WHOOF. Honestly, we're talking VAS-level hideousness. Bravo Cobra, bravo.

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TaylorMade Mini 300

Callaway Mavrik Max 3 wood

Cleveland Launcher UHX 18 degree utility iron

Callaway Mavrik 4 hybrid

Mizuno JPX 921 Hot Metal Pro, 5-GW

Ping Glide 3.0 54 & 60 deg.

Bettinardi Studio Stock 8 / Bettinardi Studio Stock 17

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Carbon fiber on the topline? Oh no Cobra what is you doing!? Is that a sticker?

I know Cobra is Cobra and theyre kinda taking Nike's 'loud' spot in the equipment world but this is a little too much...and in the valley of cheap.

Also 'SZ' was a terrible acronym to hijack for their MAIN PIECE OF TECH in their new launch. Dont they do any market research? Callaway has been using 'Sub Zero' for years now and in the equipment world of golf thats what people think of right now.

Epic Max LS + ZF 6TSi2 17.25 + AD HD 7 / TSi2 20.25 + AD MJ 8 / TW-X 4 + TR20P + Modus3 105 / MD5 Raw / Toulon JDM Austin 

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If I'm looking at Cobra irons next year I think I'll take a look at the new Forged Tec irons instead of these.

Driver: Taylormade Sim2 Max 10.5 Degrees

5 Wood: Cobra RadSpeed @ 17.5 Degrees

Hybrid: Callaway Epic Super Hybrid 21 Degrees

Hybrid: Cobra SpeedZone @ 24 Degrees

Irons: Callaway Apex 19's 6-SW

Wedge: Callaway Sureout 2 @ 60 degrees

Putter: Cobra SuperNova

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Guys, this iron is not for you but it is for choppers who struggle to get the ball in the air. For many high handicappers, this appearance instills confidence. It is similar to the F9 but with a deeper cavity. I sell tons of Cobra irons and this one will sell.

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TXG Custom King Cobra F9 9.5* , Accra FX 140 2.0 M2
TXG Custom King Cobra F9 14.5*, Accra FX 140 2.0 M3
TXG Custom Cobra King Ltd. 5-wood 17.5*, Accra FX 140 2.0 M2
TXG Custom T. Made SIM Max 7-wood, Accra FX 140 2.0 M2
TXG Custom Mizuno CLK 23*, Tensei Red CK 60 R
TXG Custom Mizuno JPX 919 Hot Metal 6-pw, 1* up, Recoil E460 R + 1/2"
TXG Custom Mizuno T20, 50/07, 56/10, 60/07, Nippon 950H Neo
TXG Custom PXG Brandon, 34.5"
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Hack here that's been with the one length since the F7. Each iteration has been a HUGE jump from year to year. I'm curious if this will be another huge jump that i'll move forward with. Been edging down to the mid to low 90s with the f9 after shooting 100s at the start of the season.

Not sure if I'll stick with the f9, upgrade, or maybe test the waters in variable length again. I'm a new golfer that played 3-4 years before switching to one length, and now have played 3 seasons with one length. I'm a little scared about a transition back to variable length. :D

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I hit the Speedzone iron yesterday. At address you really do not notice the carbon slot in the top line after 2-3 shots. Distance was similar to my Ping i25s, the sound more muted, and the spin rate was 5000-5200 with the seven iron. Carry of 152 -155 which is fine for this 72 year old. Launch angle was consistently 17-5 -19*.

TXG Custom King Cobra F9 9.5* , Accra FX 140 2.0 M2
TXG Custom King Cobra F9 14.5*, Accra FX 140 2.0 M3
TXG Custom Cobra King Ltd. 5-wood 17.5*, Accra FX 140 2.0 M2
TXG Custom T. Made SIM Max 7-wood, Accra FX 140 2.0 M2
TXG Custom Mizuno CLK 23*, Tensei Red CK 60 R
TXG Custom Mizuno JPX 919 Hot Metal 6-pw, 1* up, Recoil E460 R + 1/2"
TXG Custom Mizuno T20, 50/07, 56/10, 60/07, Nippon 950H Neo
TXG Custom PXG Brandon, 34.5"
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