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  • Now, there are multiple players out there that do play Japanese-made golf clubs. However, none of them have played on a President’s Cup Team before. Kevin Chappell joins the few PGA Tour Professionals that game Japanese-made irons. Chappell was one of the few that were hit by the Nike Golf tragedy (some would call it beneficial). This week at the Shriner’s Hospital tournament, Chappell was seen using Miura Giken. He games the Miura blades from 5 through pitching wedge, uses the CB-1008 in the 4 iron, and ICL-601 for a driving iron. I have been waiting for a day like […]

    Miura Giken is on the PGA Tour!!! (I’ve been waiting for this day)

    Now, there are multiple players out there that do play Japanese-made golf clubs. However, none of them have played on a President’s Cup Team before. Kevin Chappell joins the few PGA Tour Professionals that game Japanese-made irons. Chappell was one of the few that were hit by the Nike Golf tragedy (some would call it beneficial). This week at the Shriner’s Hospital tournament, Chappell was seen using Miura Giken. He games the Miura blades from 5 through pitching wedge, uses the CB-1008 in the 4 iron, and ICL-601 for a driving iron. I have been waiting for a day like […]

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  • The Yamaha Golf RMX 218 irons are not popular here in the States, but they should be. Players with slower swing speeds need these irons. These irons are strong lofted, but they have lower center of gravity. This provides maximum distance while still being able to launch the ball high. Every golfer can benefit from these characteristics. Yamaha has put more weight on the sides of the faces, increasing moment of inertia on the face. This alleviates the twist and turn that golfers have in their hands. These irons with some graphite shafts will be great for players that need […]

    Yamaha Golf RMX 218 Irons: Straight, Long, & Forgiving

    The Yamaha Golf RMX 218 irons are not popular here in the States, but they should be. Players with slower swing speeds need these irons. These irons are strong lofted, but they have lower center of gravity. This provides maximum distance while still being able to launch the ball high. Every golfer can benefit from these characteristics. Yamaha has put more weight on the sides of the faces, increasing moment of inertia on the face. This alleviates the twist and turn that golfers have in their hands. These irons with some graphite shafts will be great for players that need […]

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