'Ultimate Forgiveness' from Cobra

UFi irons will have an unusual polymer top line when revealed in February

'Ultimate Forgiveness' from Cobra
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Cobra UFi iron with its polymer topline

We all know what club golfers want from a set of irons - the feel of a perfectly struck blade from a cavity back clubhead, even though it's hit off-centre.

Cobra reckons it's found this winning formula in its King Cobra UFi (Ultimate Forgiveness) irons using a combination steel alloy body, heel-toe weighting, metal matrix face insert and an added extra which I've never before seen - a black polymer top-line.

Cobra says this unusual design helps reduce clubhead weight to enable engineers to keep the centre of gravity low and the clubface square at impact.

"The UFi is the most technologically advanced iron Cobra has developed, " says research and development chief Scott Rice.

The metal matrix face insert is more than half the weight of traditional steel helping to create an extra soft feel at impact, while the wide sole and tungsten weights combine to reduce 'fat' shots and generate high launch.

King Cobra UFi irons will be available in February in both men's graphite and steel shafts (5-SW) with a respect ive £699 and £600 price tag.

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