The St.Ives-based manufacturer describes the Cobra S2 iron (£499 with steel shafts and £599 with graphite) as 'game-enhancing with superior accuracy and distance in a forgiving mid-width sole design.'
The new Cobra S2 Forged irons (£749 with steel shafts and for right-handers only) claim to offer 'the unique combination of control, distance and forgiveness with outstanding forged feel.'
Both sets of irons - will be available from October 1.
The mixture of cavity design, stepped sole and lightweight Nippon NS Pro 1030H steel or Cobra/Aldila DVS-2 graphite shafts will also help control and accuracy.
Though both Cobra S2 and Cobra S2 forged irons are aimed at a target golfer with a handicap of 6+, the Cobra S2 Forged irons with their Tour-inspired shape will be particularly appreciated by skilled players looking to work the ball and squeeze a little more distance out of it.
The Forged 1025 carbon steel heads claim to deliver a 'soft yet powerful ' feel with the CNC Milled grooves 'promoting consistent trajectories and spin'. Cobra/Nippon NS Pro 1130 Tour shafts are fitted as standard in the 3-iron to PW S2 forged sets.
“The new Cobra S2 irons provide incredible all-around performance,” says Brian Zender, general manager of Cobra Golf. “We’ve built on our heritage of offering technologically advanced, game-enhancing clubs with exceptional value.
"Golfers of all abilities will be drawn to the Cobra S2 Irons for their accuracy, distance, forgiveness and sleek, confidence-inspiring profile. While the Cobra S2 Forged irons will attract better players seeking superior control, distance and feel in a Tour-preferred shape.”