Cobra S3 Max Irons
Released September, 2010
The Pros:Plenty of forgiveness, enough for newer golfers. Excellent distance even on miss-hits. Weight distribution helps create a steady, controlled swing.
The Cons:Clubs wear out fairly quickly with regular use, get loose around the ferrule. Doesn't allow you to work a shot very well.
The Cobra S3 Max Irons are a golf iron set that is intended for golfers with a mid- to high-handicap and are looking for a maximum forgiveness with a high launch.
The S3 Max irons have their weight redistributed throughout, allowing for the forgiving feel.
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The irons come constructed with 431 stainless steel, and the hybrids come with 17-4 stainless steel. They have a low-profile design, which shifts the centre of gravity low and back for an improved launch. These clubs come with a railed, powerback sole that improves turf interaction for a more consistent and powerful shot and impact, for a higher launch. They also come with consistent distance gapping that works to provide a consistent and reliable distance from one club to the next.
These clubs are related to the Cobra S3 irons that are a slight downgrade, and come featuring E9 face technology, and a stepped crescent sole design.
- golf iron set
- for mid- to high-handicap golfers
- maximum forgiveness with a high launch
- redistributed weight
- irons: 431 stainless steel
- hybrids: 17-4 stainless steel
- low-profile design
- railed powerback sole
- improved turf interaction
- consistent and powerful shot
- consistent distance gapping
- wide sole
User Reviews (1)
plenty of forgiveness, enough for newer golfers
excellent distance even on miss-hits
weight distribution helps create a steady, controlled swing
consistent performance one stroke after another
good turf interaction, doesn't end up disrupting your stroke
clubs wear out fairly quickly with regular use, get loose around the ferrule
doesn't allow you to work a shot very well
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