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Nov 26

Cobra Baffler Women’s Iron Review

Review of Cobra Baffler Women’s Iron

Cobra continues their trend of bright colors and player friendly equipment with the release of their new Baffler iron.  The Baffler iron features the normal aesthetics associated with a game improvement iron such as a thick top line and off set club head.  In addition, the Baffler’s shallow face and wide railed sole are designed to reduce turf drag and improve contact.  The men’s Baffler iron features a silver club head with red and black highlights.  The brighter women’s version is designed with a silver club head with light blue accents.  The club face features an oversize sweet spot visibly painted in the grooves.  Visually, the Cobra Baffler iron is everything expected from a game improvement iron.

  The Cobra Baffler irons are designed to offer maximum forgiveness, higher launch and improved distance.  In my opinion, the Baffler irons are extremely forgiving.  I tested the Cobra Baffler iron with a regular flex stock graphite shaft.    

The majority of shots tested delivered a mid to high launch with a comparable distance to other game improvement clubs.  Ball flight was fairly straight.  The shallow face and wide sole make it relatively easy to hit in the air from any lie.  They added a nice touch and are were easy to control around the green. 

Harder swings produced more spin and higher launch, which tended to fly off target.  With a smooth swing the Baffler irons are super easy to hit.  The Baffler irons are a solid set for any mid to high handicap player searching for a reliable iron. 

The Baffler irons feel very solid at contact.  Balls struck in the sweet spot feel exceptional.  In my opinion, the off center hits are a huge selling point for a higher handicap player.  Off center hits were a little clunky, however, they had a tendency to fly straight with mid ball flight.  The Baffler iron in graphite has a D1 swing weight for men and a C8 in women’s flex.  The steel version available for men weighs slightly heavier with D3.  Overall, they have an average swing weight, feel solid and are great match for the player searching for a dependable game improvement iron.    

The Baffler is available as an individual iron set or can be divided into a combo set of hybrids and irons.  Most players will probably prefer the combo set.  The Baffler hybrid is available in a 19 degree 3 hybrid through 31 degree 7 hybrid for men while a 25 degree 4 hybrid through a 31 degree 6 hybrid which is available for women.  The Baffler hybrid review is separate from the Baffler iron review.   

The Cobra Baffler is a solid game improvement iron and is listed with an attractive price point.  The Baffler combo set included 3 hybrids and 5 irons and retails for $699 graphite and $599 steel.  A set of 8 irons retails for $599 graphite and $499 steel, however, steel is only available in the men’s version.  Any player on the market searching for a forgiving set of clubs should check out the Cobra Baffler irons.  The Cobra Baffler provide an outstanding price and value.   

 

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Keller Matthew

is a PGA Golf Professional with over 15 years of experience. Throughout his career he has worked at courses in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Florida and Delaware. Matt has conducted thousands of golf lessons to players of all ages and ability levels. Currently, he is a PGA Professional at Cripple Creek Golf and Country Club located near Bethany Beach, DE.