As a mid handicap golfer who is always striving for improvement in my game, I recently had the opportunity to thoroughly test out the Cobra Aerojet Irons. Amongst the golfing community, these irons have become the talk of the town, and I was eagerly waiting to determine whether they truly lived up to their hype. While I was not necessarily in the market for new irons, I was certainly excited to have the opportunity to test out these irons in detail. In this comprehensive Cobra Aerojet Irons Review, I will discuss the price, features, specifications, and what sets the them apart from their competitors in our opinion here at Garage Golf.
Let’s kick things off by discussing the price point of the Cobra Aerojet Irons. As of the time this article was written, for a full set of Cobra Aerojet Irons (4-PW) you are looking at a price point of $999.00. For the same price you can also get a set that will provide the 5 iron through the gap wedge. These irons strike a pretty decent balance between performance and affordability. Although they might not be the most budget-friendly option available, the price is justified when considering the advanced technology and exceptional features they boast to assist golfers of all skill levels.
These Cobra Aerojet Irons are packed with impressive features that have been tailored specifically to cater to mid handicap golfers. One noteworthy feature is the incorporation of a PWRSHELL insert that maximizes speed and launch along with an A.I. designed H.O.T Face that helps to deliver more efficient speed and spin creating a larger sweet spot and more looks at birdie. The turf interaction and ability to shape shots with the Cobra Aerojet irons was also very impressive with my testing both on the driving range and on the golf course. These particular features prove to be remarkably advantageous for golfers, like myself, who occasionally struggle with consistency.
Another intriguing feature lies in the suspended PWR-BRIDGE weight design system. This systems helps a golfer by creating a more flexible face and sole to maximize launch and ball speed. The PWR-BRIDGE weight is also suspended in a soft polymer filler for fine-tuned acoustics and feel. From my experience it feels absolutely amazing when you flush these irons but they also offer the feedback that is needed on mishits as well. This combination sets a very fine line between ease of use of a game improvement iron and feedback that most golfers want to see in an iron set. This particular Aerojet iron combination gave me the confidence I needed and allowed me to confidently attack pins from varying distances on the course.
As with all new Cobra Irons that have recently been released, the Cobra Aerojet Irons feature Arccos sensors that seamlessly fit right into the grip end of the golf club. These sensors track your shots and movements on the golf course, gathering data on distances, accuracy, and other shot parameters. The information is then sent to a smartphone app, which processes the data and provides the golfer with valuable feedback and statistics about their game. With this technology, golfers can gain insights into their strengths and weaknesses, make data-driven decisions on club selection, improve course management, and work on specific areas of their game that need improvement. Over time, the system learns from the golfer’s data and can offer personalized club recommendations and strategy advice based on playing style and historical performance.
The Cobra Aerojet Irons come equipped with a KBS tour lite steel shaft that strikes a delightful balance between control and distance. The main goal of this shaft is to help players seeking higher trajectory, additional spin and maximum distance. There are certainly custom shafts that can be ordered in terms of steel and graphite so it is always best to get yourself custom fitted first to know the right specs for your golf game and swing speed.
As with many of the other recent offerings in the Cobra lineup you also have the ability to purchase these irons in both the variable length version as well as the one length option as well. The Cobra Aerojet one length irons feature many of the same incredible characteristics that help make these irons great but they also provide some unique features that may help your golf game as well depending on your unique needs. Coming from someone that has own both types of sets in regards to Cobra Irons, a good custom fitting will help you narrow down which option is best for you.
In terms of feel, these irons deliver a remarkable tactile experience, offering a solid and satisfying sensation at impact that should ultimately will allow you to hit more greens. The PWRSHELL face and aerodynamic and sleek club head draws inspiration from Cobra’s aerospace engineering background. This not only adds to their visual appeal but also offers a sense of confidence during address. Whether you are looking for higher launch, low spin, incredible sound and feel off the club face, one length offerings, seemingly effortless speed or more, there is not much that the Cobra Aerojet clubs can’t provide for your golf game.
What Sets The Cobra Aerojet Irons Apart:
The unique blend of forgiveness, distance, and playability is what we feel distinguishes the Cobra Aerojet Irons from other competitors in the golf irons market, specifically in the game improvement category. The features packed into these irons work harmoniously to enhance forgiveness, providing mid handicap golfers with consistent performance even on slightly mis-hit shots.
Furthermore, the incorporation of Aerojet technology optimizes the center of gravity, resulting in improved launch and increased ball speed. This equates to considerable distance gains, particularly when utilizing the longer irons. The ability to hit the ball farther without compromising control is truly impressive.
In conclusion, the Cobra Aerojet Irons have proven to be a game-changer for mid handicap golfers, at least from our perspective. With their exceptional features, optimized specifications and innovative design, they offer an outstanding combination of forgiveness, distance, and playability. If you’re a golfer aiming to elevate your mid handicap game, I highly recommend giving the Cobra Aerojet Irons a shot. Just don’t be surprised if you find yourself replacing your iron set in the process like I did, even when you weren’t expecting to do so!