Cobra KING SB Wedge
Who’s It For?
One aspect of every professional golfer’s game that most amateurs envy is the professional’s ability to produce spin. Whether ripping back a soaring approach or hitting a one-hop-and-stop pitch, the pros are seemingly magicians with a wedge in their hands. Cobra’s new King SB wedges feature the manufacturer’s innovative Snakebite groove design, a design that makes it quite a bit easier for amateurs to produce the kind of spin they usually only see on TV.
The Tech Story
Cobra’s new Snakebite grooves were created using a proprietary cutting method that leads to maximum groove volume and edge sharpness. Those two aspects help golfers generate a tremendous amount of spin. The King SB wedges offer three different grind options: versatile, classic, and widelow. The versatile grind features toe, heel, and trailing edge relief, and sports the most bounce of the three grind options. The classic grind’s progressive sole width from heel to toe gives it a balanced look and a moderate amount of bounce. The widelow grind boasts a wide sole and the least amount of bounce, relative to the other two grind options. Another notable feature in the 56, 58, and 60-degree King SB models are the full face grooves that help add even more spin around and approaching the greens.
Facts and Figures
- Available Lofts: 48, 50, 52, 54, 56, 58, 60 degrees
- Swing Weight: D2 (48-50 degree), D3 (52 degree), D4 (54-60 degree)
- Stock Shaft: KBS Hi-Rev 2.0 125
- Stock Grip: Cobra Lamkin Ace Crossline Connect- Black
- Finish: Chrome
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