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I would love to test these irons.  I'm retired, so I'll have lots of time to test and write a comprehensive review.  thank you.


John D., Pahrump,  NV  I play at Mountain Falls golf club, the jewel of the desert!


16 handicap - almost fully recovered from a torn meniscus.


either one length or variable, as I'm flexible here.  I tried the one length Tommy Armour's back in the late '70s and really liked them, but switched back variables in the mid '80's.


right handed


Thanks guys and gals!

Shafts - Calloway's graphite, ss

Driver  - Ping G20, 10.5 deg., Ping reg. flex pwr55 graphite shaft.

Right handed

Pahrump, NV, the hidden desert jewel

Handicap - 12, on a day w/o beer!

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First Name - Noel

Home State/Province - Emu Plains NSW Australia

Current Handicap - 9

Current Iron Set - Wilson C200 (variable)

One length or Variable - ONE length 

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First Name                           Mark

Home State/Province           Colorado

Current Handicap                 25

Current Iron Set                   Ping

One length or Variable        Variable

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Taylormade R9 TP





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TaylorMade Sim 2 Max Driver Project X Evenflow Riptide CB 60G

PXG 0341X 3 Wood  Project X Evenflow Riptide CB 60G

PXG 0341X 5 Wood  Project X Evenflow Riptide CB 80G

PXG 0341X Hybrid 28 degree Project X Evenflow Riptide

PXG 0311 Gen 3P 5-PW Nippon NS Pro 850GH Regular

Titleist Volkey Special Grind 50 Nippon NS Pro 950GH Regular

Titleist Volkey Special Grind 60 Nippon NS Pro 950GH Regular

PXG 0311 Sugar Daddy 55 True Temper 105 Regular

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Cobra F7 One Length/Variable Length Irons



Here's the latest product review opportunity for you, my fellow GolfSpies. This week we're featuring what may be the most unique product of 2017, and the biggest hit of 2017 for Cobra.


We're looking for two testers, one to test and review the Bryson DeChambeau-inspired F7 One-Length irons, and the other to test and review the traditional variable length F7 irons.


Does one-length really work? And how do the variable length irons stack up against the rest of the GI Pack?


We want you to help us tell the story.



Please apply ONLY in this Official Application Thread

by telling us the following:

First Name

Home State/Province

Current Handicap

Current Iron Set

One length or Variable



We'll be announcing the 2 testers next week, so please check back. And make sure to take a look around the forums and join in the discussions. It'll only help your chances of being selected either now or at some point in the future.



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Garry Sutterfield



Titleist AP2

Variable Length


Callaway Epic Flash 9.0 degrees

Callaway Marvik 4 wood

Callaway Epic 7 wood

Cobra Fly Z 5 hybrid

Taylormade Rocketbladez tour 5-PW

Ben Hogan Equalizer black 52,56,60

Burke putter

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North Carolina

10.5 index

Giga golf graphite irons, Calloway Big Bertha driver, 5 fairway, 3, 4, 5 hybrids.


I am retired and work as a starter at a golf club in Calabash, NC. I belong to another golf club. I hit on the range often and play at least 4 times a week. I would be able to make a true evaluation of the playability of the one length irons.

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Western Australia


Callaway X-20 Tour

One Length

Driver: Callay Rogue Sub Zero 9.0° Aldila Synergy 50-R
Fairway: TaylorMade RBZ Stage 2 Tour TS 13.5° Matrix Rocketfuel 70 Stiff
Driving Iron: Titleist 503H 19° Aldila NV Hybrid 85.S
Irons: Cobra Fly-Z 4-PW, stock steel stiff
Wedges: Cleveland 588 RTX 50°, 54°, Titleist Vokey SM4 58°
Putter: TaylorMade Daddy Long Legs 35"

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7 hdcp

Nike pro combo (the rest is in my signature)

One length




-Driver: Taylormade M3 (Project X Hzrdus Yellow 6.0 set at 10.5 degree)

-3 wood: Cobra King F6 (stiff shaft set at 15.5 degree)

-Hybrids: Cobra F7 stiff shaft set at 19.5 and 23.5 degree

-Irons: Mizuno JPX 919 forged 5 to PW ( Project X LZ 6.5)

-Wedges: Vokey SM5, 50, 54 and 58 degree

-Putter: Odyssey O-Works Red #7 (33 inches)


I play between 70 to 80 rounds per year. Living in Alberta, Canada, our season is shorter and with work, that is all I can get in, but watch out when I retire...


P.S. The picture is from my favorite course so far.

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