Aerojet Irons for 2023 from Cobra


The Aerojet irons from Cobra Golf are part of a new club family for 2023 and replace the LTDx models of last year. They feature a new internal stiffening and weighting called PWR-BRIDGE in both variable length and one length.

Fast Facts Cobra Aerojet Irons
Game-improvement category
Internal 70g PWR-BRIDGE
PWRSHELL variable thickness face
Hollow construction injected polymer
Variable & One Length shafts
Stock shafts: KBS Tour Lite, KBS PGI
Stock grip: Lamkin Crossline
At retail Feb. 9, 2023
Set of seven irons—steel $999, graphite $1099

The new Aerojets have a revamped internal weighting feature called PWR-BRIDGE that acts as a head stiffener and replaces the familiar PWR-CORE of the LTDx models. It is “untethered” inside the head, fastened only to the heel and toe and surrounded by injected polymer. This lowers the center of gravity close to the sole while allowing the face additional flexing at impact and gaining the benefit of improved feel and dampening from the polymer.

The PWRSHELL face insert has a 22% larger thin area (1.9 mm at its thinnest) compared with the LTDx creating a bigger sweet spot. The combination of the two new features results in 10% more face deflection and up to 1.8 mph higher ball speed.

Visually, compared again with the LTDx, Aerojet heads appear to have a thinner top line since both the front and back edges are chamfered slightly reducing the apparent thickness at address.

Cobra continues to make irons in both the usual variable length based on loft and in one length, that of a 7-iron or 37.25”, which means players have only a single setup and swing for all of the irons in the bag.

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Ed Travis is a national award winning golf journalist and has carried on a lifelong love affair with the game. His work covering the business of golf, equipment, golf personalities and travel is regularly seen in numerous print and electronic publications. He has competed in tournament golf both as an amateur and senior professional and though his competitive days are behind him, Travis still plays regularly. He and his wife live on a water hazard in suburban Orlando.


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