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.”