Cobra’s Hollow T-RAILs


Cobra Golf has introduced a super game-improvement category iron called the T-RAIL that fulfills the needs of those wanting the accuracy of a typical iron along with the forgiveness of hybrids while making use of the classic Baffler Rail sole design.

T-RAIL stands for Transitional Rail and is the company’s first, all-hollow iron-hybrid set featuring a mating of a hollow, hybrid shape with an iron face and topline, for an iron-hybrid design. The hollow body with its lower and deeper center of gravity compared with traditional cavity-back irons helps to easily get the ball in the air and on the correct line. The design also features Baffler Rails on the sole, a real aid to smooth turf contact to give more distance out of every lie. A high-strength, forged steel face designed with Cobra’s E9 Technology features a thin interior pocket from heel to toe to help preserve ball speed and distance on off-center hits.

“T-RAIL irons make it easy for beginners and golfers who have lost some distance and control to gain the confidence needed to play better and have more fun,” said Tom Olsavsky, VP of R&D, COBRA Golf. “Players who need max forgiveness and are looking for more distance will be amazed at how far and straight they hit these, even being able to get them airborne from tough lies.”

T-RAILs are available in both men’s and women’s combo sets hollow, iron-hybrid 5-iron through pitching wedge plus and a 4-hybrid for a 7-piece set.

Men’s 7-piece Combo Set $899, black with blue colors, 4-hybrid and 5-PW
Right or left handed
COBRA ULTRALITE 50g graphite shafts
COBRA Lamkin REL midsize grips
5-and 6-hybrids available on custom order
Women’s Combo Set $899, black and lilac colors, 5-hybrid and 6-PW, SW
COBRA ULTRALITE 50g graphite shafts
COBRA Lamkin REL grips in midsize
Steel shafts available by custom option
T-RAIL sets in shops November 1, 2019

Ed Travis

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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