Cobra Fly-Z XL Irons
Cobra Fly-Z XL Irons
Fly-Z XL Irons
The dual hollow cavity design allows for a deeper, lower CG which delivers easy up and easy distance. In addition, the hollow construction allows for a thinner face which, along with the Speed Channel, delivers additional ball speed, incredible distance and saves weight. The progressive offset design helps to create easy draw.
- Speed Channel Face
- An engineered trench behind the face area helps to minimize face thickness, and increase flexion at impact to deliver increased distance through faster ball speeds even on mis-hits.
- Hollow Cavity Design
- Long and mid-irons (4–8) feature a dual cavity design with a hollow lower half section that delivers a lower and deeper Center of Gravity meaning you get easy launch with extreme forgiveness in every shot.
- Perimeter Undercut
- The scoring irons (9 - SW) feature a deep Perimeter Undercut where weight has been removed from the back of the entire face area to create a large unsupported face, meaning you benefit from forgiveness and accuracy in every shot.
- Standard Shaft: Fly-Z XL
- Standard Grip: Cobra Lamkin Rel Black
Matching headcovers not included.
Cobra Fly-Z XL Irons Expert Review
Written By: Bob Gomavitz
Some of the technology behind the new Fly-Z XL, like the Speed Channel Face, which is an engineered trench behind the face area that helps to minimize face thickness, and the increased flexion at impact deliver increased distance through faster ball speeds, even on mishits.The 4-8 irons feature a dual cavity design with a hollow lower section. This cavity design delivers a lower and deeper CG, meaning you get easy launch with extreme forgiveness in every shot. The scoring irons (9-SW) feature a deep Perimeter Undercut where the weight has been removed from the back of the entire face area to create a large, unsupported face. This means you benefit from forgiveness and accuracy in every shot. This offering is also available as a hybrid-iron combo set.
Who's It For?
These models are mostly for beginners and semi-beginners, and design-wise you can expect a very large footprint, a thick top line, lots of offset, a very wide sole, a large deep cavity and a lightweight shaft, either in steel or graphite. However, this reviewer had a blast testing them and based on the results that I witnessed would have zero issues playing them.
The Fly-Z XL irons provided me with excellent sound and feel, much like the Fly-Z model I tested, just with more of an oversized look. Cosmetically, I felt that the Fly-Z was a bit busy for my taste, but I enjoyed the toned down look of the FLY-Z XL. The stock shaft offering, while on the lighter side, was stable and consistent. The ball flight was tight, yet not too high and produced solid distance.
Club Tested: 6-Iron; Shaft: Fly-Z XL; Loft: 28°Read the 2015 Super Game Improvement Irons Guide