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Old 09-09-2011, 03:40 AM
 
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Cobra Mens Transition-S Hybrid Iron

Rating: 5 out of 5
  • Currently 5.0/5.0

Golfing can be fun and exciting. There's nothing really like it. Yeah, there's nothing like that green. Not very many sports, I should say, hobbies; that give you that awe-inspiring feeling.

Golf can be competitive also. Here's what you have in today's golfing world.

You have serious competitions that can make or break you. By that meaning, I mean breaking into something serious.

Golf is considered to be an old person's game. But that's not entirely true. Yes they do have mini golf, just like regular golf, any age will do.

The thing of it is you need a good golf club, the one I have for you; see below:

The Cobra Mens Transition-S Hybrid Iron.

Overview -

Long Metal Features:

Wide sole, low crown design for low back CG and high MOI.
Maximum forgiveness and ultimate soft feel.
Designed for moderate ball speed players seeking ultimate forgiveness, carry distance, and accuracy.
Soft, durable 17-4 stainless steel clubheads.
Mid Hybrid Features.
Low profile, back-weighted design for higher launch to increase carry distance.
Soft, durable 17-4 stainless steel clubheads.
Designed for moderate ball speed players seeking ultimate forgiveness, carry distance, and accuracy.
Hollow body construction increases MOI for improved accuracy.
Short Iron Features.

Cavity back, wide-sole design.
Soft, durable 17-4 stainless steel clubheads.
Designed for moderate ball speed players seeking ultimate forgiveness, carry distance, and accuracy.
Low back CG for optimum launch and more forgiving turf interaction.

Price: $840.00 or less.

The Good:

Has great looks, and design. Stainless steel. Low profile and back-weighted.

The Bad:

Price, can be overlooked given the fact the higher you pay for a club, the better it is.

Overall rating of this product. Including cost, performance, brand. "5.0+++."

Comparing to other clubs, overall equal to others with the same price range.

Review by professional reviewer, Aug. 25, 2011
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