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  • To all the Miura golf clubs fans out there! We have updated our product listing on our website. Check them out! Miura is a Japanese golf equipment company started in 1977 specializing in Forged irons. Their quality, pursuit of perfection and feel is amazing. They are growing in popularity around the world for their amazing feel and craftsmanship to bring the best performance out of a golfer. Let us introduce you to some of their amazing work: Hayate Driver: Considerably easier to hit than the SIT driver for all level of golfers.  Easy launching, low spin and great ball speed […]

    Updated! Miura golf clubs from Japan! Part 1

    To all the Miura golf clubs fans out there! We have updated our product listing on our website. Check them out! Miura is a Japanese golf equipment company started in 1977 specializing in Forged irons. Their quality, pursuit of perfection and feel is amazing. They are growing in popularity around the world for their amazing feel and craftsmanship to bring the best performance out of a golfer. Let us introduce you to some of their amazing work: Hayate Driver: Considerably easier to hit than the SIT driver for all level of golfers.  Easy launching, low spin and great ball speed […]

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  • After Stage 1 was completed with our Project Miura Build, Stage 2 began with the test fitting of the components. Since the Miura hosels are so tight, the clubmaker used a hosel honing brush drill bit to bevel out the hosels. After, the shafts were able to fit securely into the hosels.   Once completed, the next step was to abrade the shaft tips. Since they are taper tip, no tip cutting was necessary. Once the tip abrasion was completed, the clubmaker then mixed the epoxy preparing to install the ferrules onto the shafts. After sliding the ferrule up the shaft, the epoxy was applied to the shaft and inserted into […]

    Project MIURA Build at Fairway Golf USA in San Diego Blog 2 of 3

    After Stage 1 was completed with our Project Miura Build, Stage 2 began with the test fitting of the components. Since the Miura hosels are so tight, the clubmaker used a hosel honing brush drill bit to bevel out the hosels. After, the shafts were able to fit securely into the hosels.   Once completed, the next step was to abrade the shaft tips. Since they are taper tip, no tip cutting was necessary. Once the tip abrasion was completed, the clubmaker then mixed the epoxy preparing to install the ferrules onto the shafts. After sliding the ferrule up the shaft, the epoxy was applied to the shaft and inserted into […]

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