Miura is known for making some of the best performing and most beautiful players irons in golf, and it’s a company that doesn’t bring out new products nearly as frequently as many other golf manufacturers. So when Miura does come out with a new iron, as is the case this year with the TC-201, the release generally creates quite a buzz.
So what’s the story with the TC-201 and who was it designed for? The TC-201 is a true players iron that offers the playability of a muscleback with the forgiveness of a cavity back. Golfers can expect thin toplines, minimal offset, and the exceptional feel that Miura is known for, but a progressive construction offers higher launch in the long irons and more control in the short irons, and heel-toe weighting provides better results on off-center strikes.
The newest iron to join the Miura family is the CB-301, which would best be described as a traditional players cavity back. The CB-301 was designed to give players the elegance, feel, and control that forged Miura irons are known for but with some added forgiveness and distance built into the design. The CB-301 irons feature stronger lofts to increase ball speed, but a lower center of gravity provides higher launch conditions to give golfers the stopping power they need. Additionally, discretionary weight has been pushed to the perimeter of the clubhead to improve performance on off-center strikes.
The Miura MC-501 irons were created with better players in mind and will excel when it comes to feel and control. They have been forged from soft carbon steel and feature minimal offset and thin toplines, both of which will promote workability. That said, the MC-501 irons feature longer blade lengths than in any previous Miura blade design and weight has been positioned deep in the clubhead and sole to promote effortless launch in the long and mid irons. The MC 501 irons also feature slightly thicker soles than many of Miura’s previous blades to help improve turf interaction.
Miura developed the IC-601 irons based on the success it has had with its hollow-body driving irons. The IC-601s feature a forged carbon steel body and thin, flexible 455 Carpenter steel clubface that promotes explosive ball speeds. The hollow design, meanwhile, allows weight to be positioned low and deep in the clubhead and along the perimeter to promote high launch and improved results on off-center strikes. That said, the IC-601 irons still maintain the classic shaping that Miura irons have been known for, and they will provide a soft, crisp feel at impact as well.
Miura’s Tour Series wedge collection was created to give players the versatility they need around the green to play any type of shot they want. They are available in lofts ranging from 48 to 60 degrees and as the loft increases each wedge will feature a slightly wider sole to promote enhanced turf forgiveness. The grooves on the Tour Series wedges have also been CNC milled to provide optimal spin on full shots and short game shots, and the CG positions through the lineup have been optimized based on loft to provide improved feel and tighter dispersion on full shots.
The KM-009 putter from Miura is a classic blade design that features a plumbers neck hosel. The hosel, however, has been extended slightly from some earlier blades that Miura developed, which has reduced the amount of toe hang in the KM-009. With 45 degrees of toe hang, the KM-009 will now suit more golfers, as opposed to being just a good option for those with significant arcs in their stroke. Also of note, the KM-009’s fully milled face will provide more forward roll at impact to help players improve their distance control, while offering a soft yet responsive impact feel.
Combing features from both the past and present, Miura was striving for the ideal ball flight, enough offset to promote playability, the perfect head size, and a sole grind that would accommodate a broad range of players. That's how the CB501 was born. This style of iron also offers cavity-back forgiveness, as the contact point in the club moves farther away from the face. Precision manufacturing goes into every iron forged by Miura, making it a top quality brand in the market.
Miura's MB-001 Irons were carefully designed to be a powerhouse of performance. With the input of the entire Miura family the MB-001's show that time and experience have paid off. Utilizing their combined experience, the MB-001 irons were made to be similar to the highly popular Tournament Blade but with some slight tweaks for performance. Integrating a subtle difference in the sole grind gives greater and more effective turf interaction that will keep the head more square through impact. Still featuring a narrow top line that inspires confidence address, these iron heads are elongated slightly and sit just a bit more upright to give a smoother overall look and feel.
The Miura Passing Point 9003 irons were inspired by Mr. Miura's sons and a stepping stone into the more mature Miura clubs. The "passing point" is that next step into being a better golfer. This club will help you maximize your potential for that next big step. The PP-9003 gives the player, forgiveness, playability, and the always important forged feeling of every Miura club. Miura also maintains the classic-look of his irons, to instill confidence into the average player so he can take that next step.
Miura's CB 57 is a Limited Special Edition that is a testament to Miura's "Commitment to Tradition". These clubs are precision forged, hand ground and polished in Himeji, Japan. CB 57's feature a medium sized cavity back club head. In addition, the CB57 irons feature a progressively sized weight bar on each head allowing for more precise perimeter weighting, giving the player the solid feel of forged irons with added forgiveness. Each weight bar is positioned exactly where it needs to be to give an optimal center of gravity. The narrow top line and sole grind incorporated into this beautiful and timeless design results in powerfully smooth turf interaction and classic look preferred by the game's best players.
A small blade? Easy to hit? In Miura's innovative mind, it makes sense. They don't buy in to the myth that small, blade-like heads have to be hard to hit. Instead, they encourage recreational golfers to try this pleasing design. The smaller size -- 15 percent smaller overall -- makes the clubhead easier to square up at impact. But Miura was careful to make the face dense and substantial, to deliver a robust impact and an aggressive ball flight.
The Left Handed Cavity Back irons from Miura are perfect for the player who wants a forged iron set, but is looking for the forgiveness of a cavity back iron. With an expanded sweet spot and deeper center of gravity these irons will perform better on mishits. These irons are forged in Himeji, Japan and goes through Miura's custom forging process which ensures consistent control, ball flight, spin, and feel.
The Miura Left Handed Limited Edition Black Blade have a beautiful black finish and are modeled after the time tested Tournament Blade from Miura. These irons will offer you a high performance option and stunning looks that will turn heads. Forged in Japan, Miura holds their iron sets to the highest quality standards.
Miura's Wedge Series has unmatched performance and feel. With the precision forging process, hand grinding and polishing in Miura's own factory in Himeji, Japan these wedges are beautiful pieces art as well as precision scoring clubs. Black finish wedges with lofts available in 52, 56, 60, and they now feature a more consistent leading edge and bounce angles that will give every player crisp and consistent ball striking.
The Miura K-Grind wedge is designed for players seeking the very best in a wedge. The sole of the k-grind wedge is "fluted" which resembles that of finger tips or knuckles. These channels reduce resistance against the wedge in sand, thick rough, and even the fairway. The sole of the wedge moves with the grass instead of against it allowing consistent contact shot-after-shot. - Better results out of wet sand. - Reduces the odds of “catching it heavy” on long bunker shots. - Better acceleration on ½ and ¼ swings around the green. - Digs it out of deep rough. - Works great in normal conditions with the same feel and performance for which Miura wedges are known.
The Miura C-Grind series wedge is designed for players seeking a high performance wedge. This wedge goes through the same forging process which make the Miura irons so successful in the consistency of ball striking and feel. This C-Grind in the wedge gives players the versatility to achieve consistent contact with an open face. The result is a wedge which balances the heel and toe performance golfers want.
The KM-005 putter weight is 350 grams, and is the lightest of the three 1957 KM putter lines. The milled face on the putter is extremely forgiving aiding the player to achieve the truest of rolls and unmatched feel.
As with the forged iron heads, the Miura forging process creates an ultra-smooth face for very tight dimensional tolerances. The KM-006 putter weight is 370 grams, and the milled face on the putter is extremely forgiving aiding the player to achieve the truest of rolls.
As with the forged iron heads, the Miura forging process creates an ultra-smooth face for very tight dimensional tolerances. The KM-007 putter weight is 360 grams, confirming it's possible to match looks with performance. The milled face on the putter is extremely forgiving aiding the player to achieve the truest of rolls.
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