Miura Giken Archive

  • 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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  • Miura has long been a name in golf associated with quality, craftsmanship and attention to detail. The Miura family is now expanding it’s lineup in the U.S. to include some of it’s more forgiving, newer head shapes from the “Japan only” Miura Giken line. The CB-2008 and the CB-1008 are the newest heads to grace our shores and they are GORGEOUS! The CB-1008 is part of the Pro Spec line of products which features superior workability at the expense of forgiveness. The S25C soft carbon steel in these forged irons is manufactured to the tightest specifications to produce a soft-feeling […]

    Miura Giken (MG) irons come to U.S.

    Miura has long been a name in golf associated with quality, craftsmanship and attention to detail. The Miura family is now expanding it’s lineup in the U.S. to include some of it’s more forgiving, newer head shapes from the “Japan only” Miura Giken line. The CB-2008 and the CB-1008 are the newest heads to grace our shores and they are GORGEOUS! The CB-1008 is part of the Pro Spec line of products which features superior workability at the expense of forgiveness. The S25C soft carbon steel in these forged irons is manufactured to the tightest specifications to produce a soft-feeling […]

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  • Don’t miss out! See Part 1 of the build here.   Part 2 Lay out all the shafts in ascending or descending order and put the ferrules on. Make sure the ferrules are put on in the correct direction (this is a common rookie mistake). Once the ferrules are on the shaft, take the clubhead that belongs on that shaft and push the ferrule as far down as it will go. The ferrules should fit rather tight on the shaft. It is normally necessary to keep clubhead on the shaft and hit the butt-end of the shaft against the floor […]

    Miura Giken MB-5005 build: Part 2 of 3

    Don’t miss out! See Part 1 of the build here.   Part 2 Lay out all the shafts in ascending or descending order and put the ferrules on. Make sure the ferrules are put on in the correct direction (this is a common rookie mistake). Once the ferrules are on the shaft, take the clubhead that belongs on that shaft and push the ferrule as far down as it will go. The ferrules should fit rather tight on the shaft. It is normally necessary to keep clubhead on the shaft and hit the butt-end of the shaft against the floor […]

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  • The new Miura irons are something to behold. These particular irons are stamped with the “circle K” which is somewhat of a special mystery with Miura irons. It definitely means that these are quality-made products as all Miura irons are. These Giken MB-5005’s feature a cutout right behind the sweetspot. This moves more of the clubhead’s mass to the perimeter of the club for more forgiveness on off-center hits. On to the build… I like to lay out all of the necessary materials first just as I would when preparing a meal. For this portion of the build I will […]

    Miura Giken MB-5005 build: Part 1 of 3

    The new Miura irons are something to behold. These particular irons are stamped with the “circle K” which is somewhat of a special mystery with Miura irons. It definitely means that these are quality-made products as all Miura irons are. These Giken MB-5005’s feature a cutout right behind the sweetspot. This moves more of the clubhead’s mass to the perimeter of the club for more forgiveness on off-center hits. On to the build… I like to lay out all of the necessary materials first just as I would when preparing a meal. For this portion of the build I will […]

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  • Miura Giken (Japan) is coming out with a new Passing Point NEO Irons (aka PP-9005). This is the first time that Miura Giken incorporated the pocket cavity design in their irons.  In pursuit of distance, they have also focused on a new less friction finish of the iron so that it receives less friction so club head speed does not slow down as the club goes through the grass or ground. Keywords that we describe this new iron would be: distance, wide sweet spot and feel.  It is not for the better players.  It was designed for average to slower clubhead speed […]

    Miura Giken’s new Passing Point 9005 Premium!

    Miura Giken (Japan) is coming out with a new Passing Point NEO Irons (aka PP-9005). This is the first time that Miura Giken incorporated the pocket cavity design in their irons.  In pursuit of distance, they have also focused on a new less friction finish of the iron so that it receives less friction so club head speed does not slow down as the club goes through the grass or ground. Keywords that we describe this new iron would be: distance, wide sweet spot and feel.  It is not for the better players.  It was designed for average to slower clubhead speed […]

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