Cobra Golf introduces its RADSPEED Irons that utilizes an open framework construction to deliver a tuned stroke.

Cobra’s introduction to 3D printing in golf club manufacturing came with the help from HP and Parmatech. The 3D-printed “medallion”‘s complete nylon structure minimizes the load to lower the center of gravity when striking the ball. This is alongside RADSPEED irons’s use Radial Weighting, a proprietary technology that disperses weight displacement across the club to maximize strike performance. Improvement of the clubhead’s firmness and the patented PWRSHELL technology also alleviates the weight to lower the center of gravity, which generates faster ball speed and higher launch.

The brand’s latest release comes in two varieties: The RADSPEED Variable irons and ONE Length Irons arrive in two contrasting color options. The Nickel Chrome finish with Black/Turbo Yellow designate the Variable option while the Black/Silver/Blue/Red also with the same finish represents for ONE Length Irons. All iron sets are available from 4–W, with a KBS Tour 90 shaft in stiff or regular flex and a Lamkin Crossline Connect Black grip. Right and left-handed sets are priced at $899 USD.

The RADSPEED Variable and ONE Length Irons’s availability begin January 29, 2021, on Cobra Golf’s official website and golf retailers worldwide.

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