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A Blade for You and Me? Miura’s NEW MC-501

Images of Miura’s new MC-501 blade probably look scary to the average golfer. “There’s not much help there for the likes of me,” they think. “That’s clearly meant for the professional.” The first few lines of the press release wouldn’t reflect or confirm what they’re seeing though. The MC-501 is designed for “players who want to improve shot-forgiveness on off-center...

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“Miura Debuts MC-501 Muscle Cavity Irons”

In the past, I’ve had both the pleasure and privilege of reviewing products from Miura Golf. These products are as premium as golf equipment gets and it’s come to no shocks because the irons are simply forged from “The Hands Of God”. The products that I’ve provided coverage on to date were the Miura HB3 hybrid and the 1957 Series K Grind wedge. both were...

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“Miura Debuts MC-501 Muscle Cavity Irons”

As the longest heel-to-toe blade model ever produced by Miura, the MC-501 is suited for blade and cavityback players who want to improve shot forgiveness on off-center strikes. Engineers repositioned 20 grams toward the sole, thus increasing its width and strategically redistributing the clubhead’s center of gravity to help shots get airborne with more ease. The MC-501 also incorporates Yoshitaka...

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“MIURA MC-501 IRONS”

The new MC-501 from Miura Golf is suited for blade and cavity back iron players who want to improve shot forgiveness on off-center strikes. Miura engineers repositioned 20 grams toward the sole, increasing its width and strategically redistributing the clubhead’s center of gravity to help shots get airborne with more ease.

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Miura Debuts MC-501 Muscle Cavity Irons

Scottsdale, AZ -- Miura Golf has introduced its MC-501 Muscle Cavity irons. “When Shinei Miura and the design team were creating the MC-501, their aim was to improve ball contact and control,” says Hoyt McGarity, President of Miura Golf.  “Although blade models typically target a specific skill set, Shinei wanted this new model to appeal beyond just the low-handicap player.”...

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