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Posted September 19, 2016 in Products and Brands by Tom Brassell
Cobra golf engineers say there are several features that distinguish the new King wedge line, which was developed in consultation with several of the company’s tour players, among them Rickie Fowler, Jonas Blixt and Lexi Thompson.
One is a progressive milled groove system that uses wider grooves and gapping on the higher-lofted wedges, from 56 to 60 degrees, and is designed to work with a technology called Variable Face Roughness to ensure that the clubs “grab” the ball on shots and impart more – and more consistent – spin.
Another is a trio of sole-grind configurations designed to fit a variety of swing types and turf conditions. There is the Versatile sole, for example, which boasts a medium bounce to provide overall adaptability on medium to firm turf conditions, and also the Classic, which has a high sole bounce and a narrow sole for ease of use on all types of turf. In addition, Cobra has come out with the WideLow, which uses a low bounce and comes with a wide sole that is made to perform best on medium to soft turf.
The King wedges are offered in a Satin Nickel Chrome plating finish and come with a True Temper Dynamic Gold S200 shaft stock, and a Lamkin UTX grip.
Republished with permission by Global Golf Post