Cobra launches King Black wedge

Cobra King Black wedge: is there a cooler looking wedge out there?

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Cobra has introduced its King Black and King Black One Length wedge.

They have a Dimonized Black Metal finish and employ new metal coating technology for extra durability.

The wedges make the most of Cobra’s Progressive Spin Technology, for control and versatility around the greens.

Made from a 8620 Carbon Steel Construction, the new finish is designed to diffuse light and inspire confidence at address, and has been used on Rickie Fowler’s irons for the past few years.



The brand use a CNC Milling process allowing each groove to be manufactured precisely, for optimum spin performance.

Higher lofted wedges have wider, shallower grooves, while lower lofted wedges have narrower, tighter spaced grooves for optimised spin and trajectory.

The clubs are available in three grinds, allowing golfers to find the grind that suits their game.

The wedges come using Cobra Connect, allowing golfers to track their performance.

Price: £109
Available: 6 April

Lofts: 50 to 60 degrees
Shafts: True Temper S200 with matte black Powder Coat finish
Grip: Lamkin ACE Crossline with Cobra Connect