Miura Golf Club Reviews

By James Awad


credit: Miura Golf Specs

Made to the most precise and demanding tolerances in the golf industry since 1965, Miura offers a variety of models to suit any player's skill level. The patented "spin welded hosel" allows for precise shaft insertion. This tight shaft-to-head contact adds to the solid yet soft feel. Miura actually makes the irons used by many of the worlds top professionals and emblazons them with the logo of the company each player represents. Because of confidentiality agreements, these players cannot be named, but on the record, Miura irons have won two Masters championships, one U.S. Open, one PGA Senior Championship and 25 tour titles in Japan.

Perks

A proprietary forging process produces exceptional feel and distance that leaves even the most critical golfers with a broad smile. Katsuhiro Miura and his staff of experts still finish each club by hand in Himeji, Japan. Miura golf products are only available direct from Miura, or through select custom club builders, assuring your set will be built to your exact specifications.

Sacrifices

With the base price around $175 per club with standard steel shafts, cost may be a concern. Prices increase with upgraded shafts and "extras" like shaft puring. The only sacrifice might be waiting several weeks if the club maker doesn't have the head style in stock.

Bottom Line

These heirloom-grade clubs will provide years of satisfaction. Visit a certified club builder and try the clubs out. If the extra cost is not an issue, once you try them, Miura clubs will find their way into your bag.

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About the Author

Jim Awad is a PGA Class A Professional and a Golf Range Magazine 2007 Top 50 Golf Instructor in America. A Certified Sports Medicine Trainer and former Paramedic Instructor, Jim has lectured for both the Connecticut and Metropolitan PGA sections on Sports Medicine, Teaching Golfers with Disabilities and Medical Emergencies.