Miura MC-502: Features And BenefitsWhen the Miura MC-501 first came to market, it was to show the golfing population that blade-style irons and forgiveness could go hand in hand. After the success of the Miura MC-501, it was time to improve upon this iron and create something even more versatile in the MC-502.
Reduced OffsetThe reduced offset is the first and likely most important improvement and upgrades in the Miura MC-502. Offset goes hand in hand with forgiveness, but it is not always appealing to the better player.
By reducing the offset from the MC-501 to the MC-502, we were still able to maintain forgiveness. Thanks to the face progression technology and skilled manufacturing, this has a players look with the benefits that offset gives golfers.
In addition, the turf interaction is some of the best we have seen to date.
Softer, More Rounded Top LineThe top down look is so essential for a lower handicap Miura golfer. The softer, more rounded top line of the Miura MC-502 is still thin. The top-down look will give you the confidence and conviction that you are in charge of where the golf ball will land.
Upgraded Lie AngleThe line angle of the MC-502 was upgraded to match the other irons in the Miura core lineup. This change makes it considerably easier for golfers to put together a mixed set of Miura irons. Lie angle can also be adjusted when ordering your custom set of Miura irons, so that is something to keep in mind.
A Players IronThe Miura MC-502 is a player's iron. Golfers with lower handicaps who are looking for the ability to hit a draw or a fade will love the responsiveness of the Miura MC-502. However, when the ball is in a complicated lie, or you are struggling to get the face of that 3 iron squared up, the forgiveness built into the MC-502 has your back.
The lofts in this club are more traditional, so it is not a distance machine. Instead, think of control, feel precision, and a bit of forgiveness.