Cobra’s King Tec Hybrid

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Cobra Golf has added to the King line of clubs with the King Tec Hybrid targeted for use by low handicappers and professionals with a high strength stainless steel forged cup face, carbon fiber crown, adjustable loft and replaceable sole weights.

Good players, low handicappers, and professionals, often want substitutes for long irons that are easier to hit. Hybrids are sometimes the answer and certainly the King Tec Hybrid is well worth considering.

It offers high launch for increased carry with reduced spin because of the sole weights and carbon fiber crown which allowed 10g of weight to be pushed lower in the head. Combined with a slightly larger head offering a confidence building look at address and the same face construction as this year’s RadSpeed irons the King Tec Hybrid has more forgiveness than previous models.

The sole weights give players the option to adjust ball curvature and trajectory tendencies, fade or draw bias and lower launch. Optional weights of 14g and 10g are available by custom order.

As with all Cobra clubs the Arccos Caddie based Cobra Connect for capturing swing data is standard.

Fast Facts King Tec Hybrid
Better player hybrid
L-shaped 455 stainless steel face
Carbon fiber crown
Three replaceable sole weights (2-12g, 1-2g)
Four lofts—2H 17°, 3H 19°, 4H 21°, 5H 24°
Adjustable hosel +/- 1.5°
Stock shafts: Mitsubishi Chemical MMT 80 extra-stiff & stiff, MMT 70 in regular flex Cobra Connect


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Ed Travis

Ed Travis is a national award winning golf journalist and has had a life long love affair with the game. He has competed in tournament golf both as an amateur and as a senior professional and though his competitive days are behind him he still plays regularly and carries a handicap of 2. He and his wife live in suburban Orlando.