The TC-201 offers the performance of a muscle back with the increased forgiveness of a cavity back. The progressive weighting in the sole provides a lower center of gravity in the long irons for added height and higher trajectory on longer shots. Slightly changing to a higher center of gravity in the short irons creates a lower trajectory and more control on shorter shots. Constant weight towards the heel and toe helps with off center shots. The sole design contributes significantly to the playability and forgiveness of this club and the minimal offset paired with the top line at address inspires confidence. The TC-201 is a player’s iron that acts as a replacement for the CB-1008 and perfectly complements the MB-101.
Miura’s Black QPQ finish is the product of a careful, labor-intensive process that works the pigment into the top layer of steel in the golf club head. The resulting finish has an appealing depth, is durable and retains the feel and performance of a Miura iron. Over time, the Black QPQ will wear into a patina, especially on the parts of the club that contact the ball and the ground — that is, the face and the sole. This finishing process does not affect the quality or durability of the club. But of course, it does change the appearance over time.
Premium (S20C) Soft Carbon Steel
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