Swinging with Miura’s Newest Irons Is Like Driving a High-End Sports Car

Over a span of 60 years, Miura has developed a reputation for designing clubs of impeccable quality, with a clean, subtle look and immense playability. And though the company has previously offered irons that fall into the game improvement category, the new CB 2008 (part of the MG collection) might be the iron that finally pushes the Japanese brand into the broad consciousness of U.S. golfers. Hitting a Miura Iron is a bit like driving a high-end car that responds to your subtle movements and allows your whole body to feel its way through the turns and down the straightaways. When I caught the ball flush, I realized I have never hit a purer feeling iron.
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