Miura’s new irons blend craftsmanship and aesthetics with playability

Miura’s new KM-700s represent the culmination of years of work to perfect everything from the club’s shaping at address to the sole grind.

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Miura’s new KM-700s represent the culmination of years of work to perfect everything from the club’s shaping at address to the sole grind.

The post Miura’s new irons blend craftsmanship and aesthetics with playability appeared first on Golf.

The newest KM-700 irons from Miura represent the culmination of years of work to perfect everything from the clubs shaping at address to the sole grind, and the end result is nothing short of spectacular.

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By: Emily Haas

The KM-700s ($2,800 per set; miuragolf.com) utilize the same soft carbon steel and precision processing as all Miura forgings, but what separates these from other Miura irons is the unique sole geometry and how it transitions into the hosel.

By removing mass from the lowest portion of the heel, extra material is placed low and behind the center of the face to boost launch.

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

The end result is a club that blends craftsmanship and aesthetics with a playability that benefits any golfer looking to take their iron game to the next level.

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