Cobra Radspeed Vs Taylormade Sim Irons Comparison And Review
The Cobra Radpseed are at the very forefront of technology in golf clubs and are gaining in credibility every year with Bryson and Rickie Fowler both playing the clubs.
Taylormade are at the top of the golf ladder for a reason and while the new Sim 2’s are available, the Sim range of irons are still incredibly appealing to high and mid handicap golfers.
Cobra Radspeed Overview
The Cobra Radspeed are built for ball speed and distance, there are no two ways around it and they are offered in One Length and Progressive Length form.
The clubs are crafted with A.I, a weight in the toe and a 3D printed medallion on the back for perfect weight placement.
The Forged Face offers tremendous distance but the clubs also have plenty of flex for forgiveness and improved turf interaction over the Speedzone irons.
Arrcoss Sensors in the top of the club complete a very impressive offering from Cobra.
Taylormade Sim Irons Overview
Taylormade Sim Irons built on the tremendously successful M Series which culminated in the M6 distance irons.
We see a lot of the same features like the speed pocket which promotes ball speed and the Speed Bridge which adds to the overall stability of the clubs.
The face is ultra thin for ball speed and the Inverted Cone Technology increase the sweet spot and reduces side spin for forgiveness and you also have an echo damping system to reduce vibrations.
If you need more forgiveness for higher handicap players, you need to be using the Sim Max OS irons.
Overall the Sim Max Irons are incredibly high performing and we would have to recommend them over the Cobra Radspeed for now.