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Cavity Back
K J Choi, winner of the 2011 Players Championship chooses the CB-501!

When the CB-501 was in development, our goal was to combine the best features from our favorite Miura irons, both past and present.  Mr. Miura was striving for the ideal ball flight; enough offset to promote playability, the perfect head size, and a sole grind that would accommodate a broad range of players.
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Standard Cavity
Most of Mr. Miura's creations have lower handicapped golfers in mind.  The MC-102 opens the door to golfers who need a bit more help.  This model is a marriage of tour issue performance and game improvement features.   It has a generous offset in the long irons and progressively less offset through the mid and short irons.
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Cavity Model
In the MIURA tradition of melding functional golf design with an artistic eye, Shinei and Yoshitaka crafted a wider sole to help with effective turf interaction. Yet the sole takes an elegant shape that doesn’t look oversized. Likewise, the offset is designed to flow naturally into the club head to preserve a confident look at address, but still benefit players who need some help squaring the club face at impact.
 
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Wedge Series
Feel, feedback and workability of a forged blade
 
Miura's forging techniques rearrange the molecular structure of the mild steel in a pattern that is uniform throughout the hitting area of the club in a manner that is unique to his clubs. This tightness in the grain structure of the metal is what gives Miura made clubs the controlled, soft feel that other manufacturers cannot achieve.
 
Miura also uses a proprietary “spin welding” process to produce the industry's most consistent hosel. This unique procedure ensures that the bore depths and hosel heights are identical on every Miura made head and the shaft of every club will be perfectly centered.
 
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Tournament Blades  
Call it the quiet muscle. But you’ll feel its strength on the golf course. Mr. Miura’s subtle shaping of the muscleback design delivers a solid punch at impact because the weight is where it should be in the clubhead. Combine that with a classic, confidence-inspiring look, and you’ve got a peerless iron head.