Katsuhiro Miura has spent 5 years perfecting the newest member of the Miura Golf lineup, the KM-700. Designed to deliver the club head to square at impact, this revolutionary design is made possible only by Miura’s proprietary manufacturing techniques in concert with the grinding expertise of the Miura Craftsmen. The never ending search for perfection included numerous iterations of the head, all the while searching for the optimum weight distribution. The result is a club which will allow all golfers to get the most out of their game.
The unique shape and weight distribution on the back of the head optimizes the center of gravity position for each iron. This revolutionary club head design also promotes a return to square at impact, benefitting all golfers.
This club head also features a revolutionary hosel and heel design which allows for moving the center of gravity 3mm closer to the toe, 35mm from the heel. (7 iron) The bigger “sweet spot” promotes a playability which is similar to what one might see in a wood. Off center hits are straighter and farther.
A key component to the playability of this iron is in the toe-cut grind visible on the sole. Optimized camber and precise bounce promotes the best ball on face contact, regardless of the lie or turf conditions.
The five-year journey that led to the creation of the KM-700 involved Miura-san’s mentoring of future generations of Miura Craftsmen. A suggestion by one of his proteges, in fact, contributed to the innovative design of these irons. While searching for optimum weight distribution, numerous iterations of the head were designed until the result of a playable club for golfers of all levels was achieved. This achievement is signified by Miura-san’s stamp of approval, the red hanko stamp, on the back cavity of every iron.