Caring For Miura Irons: Everything To Know

Getting your new set of Miura irons is an exciting day. Miura golf irons, wedges, and putters are made with the ultimate attention to detail and precision. The last thing you want is for something to happen to the clubs after you have received them. Luckily taking care of Miura irons is not difficult; here are a few key tips to ensure that your golf irons last for years to come.


Always Store Your Irons Properly

The first and probably most important step is to store your golf irons properly. Putting irons in the back of your trunk and taking them out on Saturdays to play is a bad idea. The temperatures in the back of your car are not ideal for the iron heads, and you may see issues with the connection between the club head and the shaft.

Keep your irons in a temperature-controlled environment and take them out when you go to play. If you store your Miura irons at a golf course, make sure they are in a location where they can’t get damaged.


Dry Clubs Before They Are Put Away

Always dry your golf clubs before you put them away. When water sits on the club head, there is a chance that it can create rust. The rusty finish on the clubs is difficult to remove, so it’s best to avoid it by taking care of the irons the proper way from the start.


Keep A Golf Towel On Your Bag

Always keep a towel on your bag to clean off irons after a shot. Removing sand, dirt, and wet grass after each swing will make it much easier when it comes time to clean your golf clubs.

A great golf towel is non-abrasive and has a large surface area. The Miura Retro Towel is a great choice, available in both black and white.


Use A Microfiber Cloth When Cleaning

The microfiber cleaning cloth is a better option for cleaning your Miura irons than something like a golf club cleaning brush. The cleaning brushes can sometimes be a little harsh, and they may create small imperfections on the Miura irons.

If you are taking care of your Miura irons during your round, the cleaning process with a microfiber cloth will be quite easy to accomplish.


Inspect Grooves and Grips From Time To Time

As with all of your golf clubs, it's important to inspect them from time to time to see if it's necessary for any type of improvement or detail work. The grooves on Miura irons are built to last, but a periodic inspection can’t hurt.

In addition, it's important to regrip your Miura irons periodically. The new grips will give you more control over the clubhead without feeling like you have to squeeze the golf club.


Final Thoughts

Caring for Miura irons is no different than caring for any premium golf irons. The key is that you take the time to keep these golf clubs in great shape. A set of Miura blades will outlast many other golf clubs on the market, do your part to ensure that is the case for your set.

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