Miura CB-302 Features and BenefitsShinei Miura said it best when he asked, "Why shouldn't all golfers enjoy the benefit of a penetrating ball flight." The Miura family has been saying these things for years; why can't better players get a little forgiveness? Why can't mid handicappers have great feel in an iron? Why do golfers have to sacrifice something when purchasing golf irons. In the Miura pursuit of perfection, these questions are all being answered.
Fully Forged CB-302
Part of what makes any Miura iron stand out from others is its visual appeal and craftsmanship. Miura craftsmen hand forge their irons during a multi-step process to ensure optimized weight distribution in each club head.
The tolerances for Miura irons are tighter than any club in the industry. Design, technology, and innovation are all important, but so are the people that know the art of making the CB-302 irons.
Widest Sole of Any Fully Forged Iron There are certain limitations when creating golf irons with soft carbon, and one of those is sole width.
At Miura, we were tempted to test this limit after the success of the PI-401. The sole width of the new CB-302 is 19mm on the 7 iron, the largest we have produced to date.
With extra sole width come several benefits, the most important of which is added forgiveness. Golf course conditions are ever-changing, and the ability to improve and adapt to these conditions with better turf interaction is the stand-out feature of the CB-302 iron.
Miura Y GrindThe new CB-302 irons feature the iconic Y grind. The Y grind improves turf interaction and ball control regardless of a golfer's swing trajectory. Y grind, combined with the precise amount of camber and leading and trailing edge relief, gives the mix of feel and forgiveness that the Miura line needed.
Loft and AvailabilityThe Miura CB-302 comes in a 4-GW. The pitching wedge loft is 44 degrees, so it is one of the stronger irons in the Miura lineup.
Who Should Play With the Miura CB-302?The Miura CB-302 was influenced by several other irons in the Miura lineup, namely the PI-401 and the MB-101. Any golfer looking for distance, forgiveness, and the classic Miura feel can benefit from the CB-302.
Most importantly, those looking for a penetrating ball flight.
These irons are a perfect fit for the mid to high-handicap player throughout the entire set. For lower handicappers that struggle with long irons, the CB-302 can be a solution to pair with a more blade-like short iron.