Miura Debuts ICL-601 Driving Iron

SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ. — Miura has introduced the ICL-601 driving iron. This Inner Cavity – Long Iron is the latest in Miura’s MG Collection, and blends seamlessly with a set of any Miura irons. The initial offering is a 23° 4-iron, with an 18° 2-iron and 20° 3-iron available later this fall. “The inner cavity design

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“Miura Golf’s latest “friendly” clubs include PP-Neo hybrid and PP-W01 wedge”

The PP-Neo hybrid and PP-W01 wedge continue Miura Golf’s recent rapid-fire introduction of products, a strange influx of eight new clubs this year from the company that typically is methodical in its product introductions. But the latest entries also reflect the company’s new-found interest in attracting a larger audience, one that might have been comfortable with

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“Web Street Golf Daily Pulse”

“You know, truthfully, when I’m done with the Playoffs, no matter where that is, I’m taking at least four and a half months off. I won’t play until next year. I don’t know about you, but traveling every week, my kids started kindergarten. My family’s not going to be able to travel as much anymore.

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“Miura PP-9005 Genesis Irons”

The Genesis is designed for golfers of all skill levels, combining Miura’s trademark soft-forged steel feel with the distance generated by a 455 Carpenter steel face. This is the thinnest face Miura has ever produced. Precision craftsmanship, cutting-edge technology and sheer beauty combine to make these irons special. “Golfers are going to love these new

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Miura Debuts Three New Products

SCOTTSDALE, ARIZONA — Miura has introduced three products, within its Passing Point (PP) club line: PP-NEO utility, PP-W01 wedges and PP-9005 Genesis irons. “Shinei Miura and his R&D team continue to push the envelope of how we design and manufacture clubs. The Passing Point Line provides golfers of all abilities the opportunity to experience Miura’s

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“2017 Most Wanted Game Improvement Iron”

What characteristics define the best performing game-improvement iron? Is it distance? Accuracy? Control? A little added forgiveness? We’ve found that it’s a combination of all of the above, and the best way to summarize that is through Mark Broadie’s Strokes Gained Methodology. To that end, we’ve changed things up a bit since our Most Wanted Players Iron test. We

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“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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