If it's a new piece of golf equipment for 2021, then Hannah Holden has covered it here

New golf equipment 2021: Cobra

OK, technically these launched in 2020 but these are Cobra’s 2021 offerings so you will have to let me off.

The Radspeed line-up is named after its key, innovative technology: new radial weighting. This story carries through the entire range from drivers down to irons.

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Oh and that’s not all Cobra also added a 3D printed putter to their line-up. Yes you read that right.

You can see reviews of the full Cobra Radspeed range on our YouTube Channel.

RRP: From £189

Cobra have also released new wedges. The King Cobra Wedge with Snakebite Groove Technology. Try saying that 10 times quickly.

So what exactly is Snakebite groove technology? It’s a different method of cutting grooves which allows tighter tolerances, maximises groove volume, and makes them sharper. It actually increases the groove depth by 11% and sharpens the edges by 40% – so will add some serious spin to your shots. 

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Each wedge in your bag is unique so why would the grooves be the same? Cobra use a progressive groove system to optimise the spin for each wedge loft. The 48-54° heads have a traditional groove length which are also narrower and deeper to deliver consistent spin and ball flight on those stronger-lofted wedges that are mainly used with a square or de-lofted face. In comparison, the 56-60° lofts have full-face grooves that are wider and shallower to promote more spin on shots when the club face is open.

The grooves are CNC milled on each wedge to make sure they are precise and consistent for optimal spin and ball flight control. 

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The new wedges are available in three grind options: 

First up, the versatile grind is an all-around grind option best in medium to firm course conditions and features toe, heel, and trailing-edge relief. 

Next the classic grind features a progressive sole width from heel to toe, with trailing-edge relief, benefiting neutral to steeper swings and a variety of course conditions. 

Finally the widelow grind has a wide, low-bounce sole. It is designed to be especially good out of soft bunkers and turf as it prevents the leading edge from digging in.

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You can also benefit from the same spin technologies in the King Cobra One Length wedges. The wedges are all 37.5 inches long to complement the one length irons and promote a repeatable set-up and swing. They come in the versatile grind and feature full face grooves for maximum spin.

Both models come with the Cobra Connect Arccos technology in the Lamkin Crossline grips so you can track your shortage progress. 

RRP: £109
Lofts: 50°, 52°, 54°, 56°, 58°, 60° (V-Grind); 52°, 56° & 60° (C-Grind); 56°, 58°, 60° (W-Grind); 56° & 60° (One Length V-Grind)
Stock shaft: KBS Hi-Rev 2.0 (125g)

More info: Cobra website

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Hannah Holden

Equipment and Instruction Editor

Hannah Holden is the Equipment and Instruction Editor here at National Club Golfer. If you’re looking to improve your game, by changing your golf swing or upgrading your golf equipment she’ll have the answers. As well as writing lots of features and reviews you can find her on our YouTube channel giving you insights on the latest rules, clubs and tips to improve your golf game. Hannah is a member at both Huddersfield and Alwoodley golf clubs. You will either find her here or driving up and down the country playing in a variety of elite amateur events.

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