“Miura Golf Storms Back into the Fray!”

Nothing really lasts forever. This just so happens to be one of the constants in life. However one organization seems to be bucking this belief and it’s that highly venerated Japanese brand, Miura Golf. The company was established back in 1957 by its founder, Katsuhiro Miura who has been making handcrafted forged golf clubs since

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“The MG Collection”

Over the last couple of weeks I have been sharing a variety of press releases from Miura Golf. Mary Beth Lacy of golf public relations firm Mary Beth Lacy Inc has been kind enough to share this information with me. Thus far I have talked about the Passing Point Neo Genesis irons which I have

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Miura adds Two New Players’ Irons to the MG Collection

SCOTTSDALE, ARIZONA — Miura Golf has introduced two new irons to their MG Collection– the CB-1008 cavityback and the MB-5005 muscleback — for better players. CB-1008 The CB-1008 player’s cavityback is forged from a billet of soft carbon steel. It features a wider sole (19mm on the 7-iron) that significantly contributes to the iron’s playability

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“NEW EQUIPMENT & APPAREL ON THE MARKET”

THE GREEN STREET GRILLE owned and Operated by Jim McWethy and Mike Munro (Golf Dome Guys) is now open for business. The Green Street Grille is 120 Green Street in Bensenville, SW of O’Hare Field. THE PRESERVE at Oak Meadows in Addison is inching closer towards an opening day, stay clicked in here or at

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“Miura Golf – CB 2008”

The other day I wrote about some new products being released by Miura Golf. A company that exudes pride, quality and class. Thus far, I have talked about the Hayate (Hi-yah-tay) driver and fairway woods which I first saw at the PGA Show back in January. I’ve also talked about the Passing Point Neo Genesis PP 2005 G irons as

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“Miura Golf”

“Since I started my foray into golf there have been several golf equipment manufacturers that have caught both my imagination and attention. While there have been some terrific products from golf’s corporate giants (and there always will be) none of these products have the mystique factor for me like Miura Golf.” Read More

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“Hayate: Miura’s new Driver and Fairway Woods”

“Hi-yaw-tay.” That’s how you pronounce Miura’s new Hayate drivers and fairway woods, the first launch by the company since it took on new ownership in January. Miura Golf is an ultra-premium golf equipment company that’s based in Japan. It’s best known for its forged irons and wedges, which have achieved a cult following among purists and low-handicap golfers. Read More

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“Miura Debuts Hayate Driver and Fairway Woods”

Miura Golf has introduced its new Hayate driver and fairway woods. Pronounced “hi yaw tay”, Hayate directly translates to “the sound of the wind”, says Bill Holowaty, COO of Miura Golf.  “The Miura family has worked long and hard to create models that offer forged excellence to golfers who don’t strike the ball consistently. The

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Miura Debuts Hayate Driver and Fairway Woods

HIMEJI, JAPAN — Miura Golf has introduced its new Hayate driver and fairway woods. Pronounced “hi yaw tay”, Hayate directly translates to “the sound of the wind”, says Bill Holowaty, COO of Miura Golf.  “The Miura family has worked long and hard to create models that offer forged excellence to golfers who don’t strike the

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