Cobra Aerojet Vs Wilson Dynapower Irons Comparison Overview


The first quarter of the year is always an exciting time if you’re a golf player because it means that your favorite golf club companies will be launching all-new lines.

Such is the case for Cobra and Wilson.

With Cobra, we see the company add some new technologies to their new Aerojet irons. With Wilson, we see a brand new iteration of the fabled Dynapower irons. Which new irons are better overall? Read on to find out.

Cobra Aerojet Irons Overview

“The Cobra Aerojet irons feature a new weighting system that is designed to stabilize the head while at the same time, driving ball speeds.”

They are calling it the PWR-BRIDGE and it’s actually a “free-floating” internal weight. The weight floats over the sole but is connected at the heel and toe. As it is a suspended weight, it is detached from the face so that the face can flex more.

The Cobra Aerojet irons also feature variable face thickness so all the technology is geared towards distance and forgiveness – seating these irons undeniably in the game improvement category. The Aerojet irons have a traditional cavity back design.

As far as distance goes, we were averaging 151.1 yards with the 7-iron in this set so the distance is spot-on for us. Better players will easily be able to push 155 yards out of these irons.

Wilson Dynapower Irons Comparison Overview

“The Wilson Dynapower irons are the first Wilson irons to have been designed using AI technology.”

Like the Cobra Aerojet irons, these are game improvement irons. Also like the Aerojet’s, the Wilson Dynapower irons have strong lofts. However, the CG is also nice and low so better players will be able to work their launch while higher handicappers will get a nice, controlled, middling launch.

The Wilson Dynapower irons also have more mass allocated to the toe area to cover up where most players are likely to mis-hit. With the 7-iron of the Wilson Dynapower set, our testers averaged 148.6 yards.

“Overall the Wilson Dynapower was more forgiving and more consistent. Our shots with the Wilson Dynapower driver were flying straighter. But as you can see, we were getting more distance from the Cobra Aerojet irons. So the better iron set will depend on you. If you need more forgiveness, the Wilson Dynapower irons are better. If you want more distance, the Aerojet irons are better.”

Cobra Aerojet Irons – First Impressions

“Right away, we liked the moderate footprint of these irons.”

We could just tell by looking at them out of the packaging that they would suit the needs of a wide variety of everyday golfers. They look forgiving, are forgiving and will provide you the launch angles you need for any kind of lie. Around the pin, you can unleash their full launch potential to nail fast greens. And from distance, the naturally low launch will give you piercing trajectory and ball speed.

The Cobra Iron Family

“The T-rail irons are also a handy choice for high handicappers.”

They sport a hybrid iron design with baffler rails to help you glide through rough turf. These are definitely for players scoring above 100.

Wilson Dynapower First Impressions

“The Wilson Dynapower irons have a very sleek and clean design which is a welcome site from a lot of the more recent game improvement irons that quite frankly, tend to look too busy.”

Wilson did a good job of not going overboard with the cavity undercut while still making the Dynapower irons forgiving. The blade length is about what you would expect from a GI iron but you get a good amount of up-and-down workability.

And you would think that with a shallower undercut cavity that it would be hard to get air under the ball. However, it would seem that mass was also allocated to the soles of these irons, making it much easier to launch the ball. This is especially helpful around the pin because the grooves in the scoring irons aren’t very aggressive.

Cobra Aerojet Irons Selling Points

  • Moderate sole width
  • Great for high handicappers
  • They provide enough launch around the pin
  • They are forgiving
  • They have a smooth feel at impact

Wilson Dynapower Iron Selling Points

  • Power Hole 3.0 technology for a more forgiving face
  • Designed with assistance from AI
  • Strong lofts
  • Low CG
  • Thin face design
  • Progressive offset
  • Longer, smoother hosel transition
  • Good combination of looks and forgiveness

Who Are the Cobra Aerojet Irons for?

“The Cobra Aerojet irons would be a great choice for high handicappers looking to score a set that will still be of use to them as they improve.”

While spin control was a bit lacking (especially in the shorter irons), our testers really didn’t care because of how forgiving these irons are. They provide great distance thanks to the naturally strong loft but are tempered nicely by a sizable undercut cavity and moderate soles.

Distance: 96/100

Forgiveness: 96/100

Workability: 94/100

Feel & Control: 95/100

Overall Score: 95/100

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Who Are the Wilson Dynapower Irons for?

“The Wilson Dynapower irons would be a good choice for players in the 10-19 handicap range.”

They offer a good combination of forgiveness and workability. So if you are knocking on the door of a single digit handicap, these irons can get you there. Likewise, if you are trying to get down to the mid teen handicap range, the Wilson Dynapower irons have the forgiveness and distance/accuracy assistance to elevate your game.

One of the best things about these irons is that they will help you straighten out your shot. The face feels hot and very responsive. More mass moved to the toe area also means that many players can gain a few extra yards simply by launching their balls straighter.

Our testing team also mentioned that the Wilson Dynapower irons were great confidence boosters. They have a better look than most modern game improvement irons too. So if you really want to lower your score but are a bit bashful about gaming huge shovels, these irons would be a great choice for you.

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