Friday, June 30, 2017

Miura Golf Unveils New CB-2008 Irons: Preview

Miura Golf is betting it can turn average golfers into a good ones, and a good golfers into a great ones with the release of their new CB-2008 irons, touted as irons that will deliver real performance benefits to golfers of all abilities. 


The CB-2008 is a mid sized head that begins as a single billet of soft carbon steel.  It's the first composite body iron produced exclusively at Miura's Himeji, Japan factory, and technological advancements have enabled Miura to integrate a forged face that's just 4 mm thick with an SUS composite pocket cavity back. 

The result is an iron that delivers a performance previously unseen in any Miura iron, and the evolution of the sweet spot power bridge is integral to this process.  In the 5-iron through 8-iron, this unique design allows the pocket cavity to perform consistently throughout the entire set while delivering the renowned Miura feel.  The 9-iron and PW are one-piece forged. 


The CB 2008 boasts a deeper center of gravity, adding a level of forgiveness that will appeal to all golfers, regardless of playing index or experience.  Further enhancing the playability is Miura's widest iron sole ever , 20 mm in he 7-iron, for example, allowing for more solid contact on shots from all types of lies and conditions. 


To learn more about Miura's CB-2008 irons as well as new other irons in their line-up, check out Miura on twitter @MiuraGolfInc, on instagram @miuragolf, and at

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