Cobra LTDx Iron Review
There was an awful lot to admire about Cobra’s most recent RadSpeed iron due to the vast upgrade in comparison to its predecessor, the SpeedZone. Cobra certainly raised eyebrows when they cranked the lofts of SpeedZone irons but stayed strong to their vision and the RadSpeed’s also had extremely strong lofts to help maximise distance on the course.
As the golfing season has come to an end, murmurs of rumours are starting to be heard- specifically Cobra Irons. It is rumoured that Cobra could be set to release a brand new LTD range, similar to what was released in 2015 with the LTD driver, which has been seen on tour this season with big hitter Bryson DeChambeau. This move makes a lot of sense due to their star player switching out the latest driver for one that is 6 years old.
Are we going to see a brand new design for LTDx irons or will they stay safe with the current RadSpeed model design? What we do know is that it is likely to change. These new irons are built from the core-out. This features a multi-layer PWR-COR weighting system that lowers the centre of gravity and promotes maximum flex of the body, sole and face for peak ball speed and distance. For a distance iron, this sounds pretty promising.
Another compelling subject is whether Cobra will continue with One Length Irons? Revolutionized by Major Champion Bryson DeChambeau, but yet to take the golfing world by storm. It is likely that as long as Bryson is in the Cobra Stable they will continue to manufacture One Length golf irons.
How can Cobra improve? Can they go further, or will they crash and burn? Scientifically placed weighting will help ensure maximum performance is guaranteed. Cobra are set to add an 8g toe weight which can be adjusted down to 2g and up to as much as 14g to help build the perfect custom clubs for you.