Shinei Miura asked himself, “why can’t all golfers enjoy the benefit of a penetrating ball flight, something usually targeted towards the better player?” What does this mean for the golfer? No longer is the player sacrificing any aspect of iron play for added forgiveness. This has been achieved with the new CB-302.
The CB-302 is a testament to the skills of the Miura Craftsmen. This iron promised to be a visually stunning iron during the original design stages, but the final product was able to transcend the Miura forging process. Producing an iron that looks this good challenged the limits of our forging process, specifically how it relates to the use of soft carbon steel. Highlighted by the shape of the cavity, the CB 302 features optimized weight distribution and is unique to each irons’ loft.
A wider sole means the golfer will be able to deliver the club head to impact and be rewarded with optimized forgiveness. The importance of the precise amount of camber on the sole combined with leading and trailing edge relief. The result is a club head that will deliver consistent performance regardless of a golfer’s swing path.
The CB-302 design focuses the impact power at the apex of the V-cut. Allowing for effective distribution of weight between the heel and toe, while delivering a penetrating ball flight with maximum forgiveness.
In designing the CB-302, no area of the clubhead was neglected. The design subtleties are most noticeable in the heel, where the hosel and clubhead meet. Possessing moderate offset, the CB 302’s strong and confident inducing shape will soon become hallmarks of this new iron.