The Miura ICL-601 is an ideal replacement for anyone looking to add an easy to use long iron into their bag. It complements perfectly with the range of Miura irons but allows golfers to get rid of 3 and 4 irons should they wish.
The ICL-601 has a multi-material, hollow-cavity construction that helps golfers launch shots higher and faster than with traditional long irons. Getting long irons up in the air quickly is a benefit for many players and this does the job superbly. The bodies of the ICL-601 driving irons are made of SUS304 stainless steel, and they’re welded to a 455 carpenter steel face - the same material that’s used to craft the hot faces of Miura’s fabulous Neo Genesis PP-9005 irons.
“The inner cavity design is not new for Miura. It was first introduced with the hugely popular IC-2003. Modern technological advances have allowed us to improve on the original design. This is accomplished by integrating a 455 Carpenter Steel face (as found in our PP-9005 G) and the use of the variable weighting system found in the Hayate woods.”
Hoyt McGarity, President of Miura Golf.
The ICL-601 driving irons also include a weight-port in the sole of the clubhead that allows the builder to fine-tune swing weight for different lengths, and to help golfers blend the driving irons with their standard iron sets. This is just one of the features that will be beneficial to golfers choosing this club over some others on the market. The driving irons have a satin chrome finish, along with a thick top line that hides the wider sole from a golfer’s view at the address. This breeds nothing but confidence so even on the longer shots, golfers can feel good about the outcome.
“The ICL gives Miura traditionalists the opportunity to add technology to their game while maintaining the quality and feel of a Miura forged club. The ICL is a remarkable new product that will benefit golfers from all demographics, by seamlessly fitting their existing set or adding a club to fit that one-shot/hole per round.”
Jason Rutkoski, Miura Golf Vice President.
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