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Cobra SS-I Iron Specifications

Updated July 19, 2017

Cobra Golf was founded by Thomas Crow in 1973. The company developed its first set of forged irons in 1991, and designed its first line of oversized irons a year later. The SS-I irons were introduced in 2003 and were rated as the top-selling irons in on-course pro shops that year, according to the Golf Datatech year-end report. Top professional golfers such as Ian Poulter, J.B. Holmes and Camilo Villegas use Cobra products.

2, 3 and 4 Irons

The SS-I 2-iron has a loft of 18 degrees, a lie angle of 60 degrees, an offset---the distance between shaft and club face---of -0.04 inches and is 40 inches long. The 3-iron has a loft of 20 degrees, a lie angle of 60.5 degrees, an offset of -0.03 inches and is 39.5 inches long. The 4-iron has a loft of 23 degrees, a lie angle of 61 degrees, an offset of -0.01 inches and is 39 inches long. All three clubs have a swing weight of D1 to D2. The clubs are a half-inch shorter when fitted with a steel shaft as opposed to a graphite shaft.

5, 6 and 7 Irons

Cobra's SS-I 5-iron has a loft of 26 degrees, a lie angle of 61.5 degrees, an offset of 0.015 inches and is 38.5 inches long. The 6-iron has a loft of 29 degrees, a lie angle of 62 degrees, an offset of 0.05 inches and is 38 inches long. The 7-iron has a loft of 33 degrees, a lie angle of 62.5 degrees, an offset of 0.085 inches and is 37.5 inches long. All three clubs have a swing weight of D1 to D2. Each club is a half-inch shorter when fitted with a steel shaft as opposed to a graphite shaft.

8 and 9 Irons

The 8-iron has a loft of 37 degrees, a lie angle of 63 degrees, an offset of 0.120 inches and is 37 inches long. The 9-iron has a loft of 41 degrees, a lie angle of 63.5 degrees, an offset of 0.145 inches and is 36.5 inches long. Both clubs have a swing weight between D1 and D2, and they are a half-inch shorter than the given measurements when fitted with a steel shaft.

Wedges

The pitching wedge has a loft of 45 degrees, an offset of 0.17 inches and is 36.25 inches long. The gap wedge has a loft of 50 degrees, an offset of 0.19 inches and is 36 inches long. The sand wedge has a loft of 55 degrees, is 35.75 inches long and has an offset of 0.22 inches, while the lofted wedge has a loft of 60 degrees, is 35.75 inches long and has an offset of 0.22 inches. All four wedges have a lie angle of 64 degrees and are a half-inch shorter when fitted with a steel shaft.

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Martyn Wood started writing professionally in 2009. He has had work published for Eurosport, Sky Sports.com and Made Up Media. Wood holds a Bachelor of Arts in sport journalism from the University of Brighton and a Master of Arts in multimedia sports journalism from the European University of Madrid.