Miura’s new irons blend craftsmanship and aesthetics with playability

Miura’s novel iron design features enhanced launch capability.

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The newest KM-700 irons from Miura represent the culmination over years of work to perfect everything from the clubs shaping might address to the sole smash, and the end result is absolutely short of spectacular.

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A KM-700s ($2, 800 every single set; miuragolf. com ) utilize same soft carbon all steel metal and precision processing so as all Miura forgings, but some of us wonder what separates these from other Miura irons is the unique souls geometry and how it changes into the hosel.

By removing mass of the lowest portion of the midsole, extra material is placed smaller and behind the center of the public presence to boost launch.

A “toe-cut” grind purges unnecessary mass from the hallux to be placed along the steep musclepad at the back of the head.

The end result is a holding that blends craftsmanship in addition to aesthetics with a playability which often benefits any golfer looking for take their iron contest to the next level.

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Jonathan Wall is GOLF Rivista and GOLF. com’s Assisting Editor for Equipment. In the past joining the staff at the end of 2018, he spent 6 years funding equipment for the PGA Look.