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PostSubject: Re: Need input from Miura Owners   Sun Oct 21, 2012 10:10 pm


Anybody played with this?

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PostSubject: Re: Need input from Miura Owners   Sun Oct 21, 2012 10:14 pm

Simply no horse run. Forgiving,
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PostSubject: Re: Need input from Miura Owners   Sun Oct 21, 2012 11:06 pm

I game mine for close to a year. played my best golf with the PP9003 MG version.

With the NSpro modus3 shaft, it's simply a joy to play.
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PostSubject: Re: Need input from Miura Owners   Mon Oct 22, 2012 10:27 pm

TLHENG wrote:
I game mine for close to a year. played my best golf with the PP9003 MG version.

With the NSpro modus3 shaft, it's simply a joy to play.

Still using it now mate ??

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PostSubject: Re: Need input from Miura Owners   Mon Oct 22, 2012 10:40 pm

TLHENG wrote:
I game mine for close to a year. played my best golf with the PP9003 MG version.

With the NSpro modus3 shaft, it's simply a joy to play.

Is it a forgiving iron for you? Whats your handicap?
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PostSubject: Re: Need input from Miura Owners   Mon Oct 22, 2012 10:53 pm

I'm using a set of Muria 1007 with GS 95.
It's a sweet sweet set!
No regrets!
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PostSubject: Re: Need input from Miura Owners   Mon Oct 22, 2012 11:49 pm

fatshark wrote:
I'm using a set of Muria 1007 with GS 95.
It's a sweet sweet set!
No regrets!

Wow... Virgin post for using the 1007... It must be a good set of irons that u just cant resist on ur virgin post... lol!

Cant wait to hit mine... Beer
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PostSubject: Re: Need input from Miura Owners   Mon Oct 22, 2012 11:52 pm

3131T wrote:
fatshark wrote:
I'm using a set of Muria 1007 with GS 95.
It's a sweet sweet set!
No regrets!

Wow... Virgin post for using the 1007... It must be a good set of irons that u just cant resist on ur virgin post... lol!

Cant wait to hit mine... Beer
wah...neighbour you changing to miura also???? cheers
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PostSubject: Re: Need input from Miura Owners   Mon Oct 22, 2012 11:57 pm

enwee wrote:
3131T wrote:
fatshark wrote:
I'm using a set of Muria 1007 with GS 95.
It's a sweet sweet set!
No regrets!

Wow... Virgin post for using the 1007... It must be a good set of irons that u just cant resist on ur virgin post... lol!

Cant wait to hit mine... Beer
wah...neighbour you changing to miura also???? cheers

Ha Ha... playing with the cb-201 now... wanna try miura giken feel...
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PostSubject: Re: Need input from Miura Owners   Tue Oct 23, 2012 12:57 am

Pp9003 suit many golfers. It is simply forgiving. It is d shaft that matters
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PostSubject: Re: Need input from Miura Owners   Tue Oct 23, 2012 9:12 am

rkangrah wrote:



Does Miura iron have the same buttery feel as Mizuno irons?

Don't mean to be wet blanket. I've gamed a Miura Giken 5003 MB for 6 month. I think the Mizunos have more feel. Even the Titleist MB have more feel. Just my honest feedback. Cheers
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PostSubject: Re: Need input from Miura Owners   Tue Oct 23, 2012 9:31 am

Muira and Miura Giken is known for its forging process that makes very accurate irons and wedges

in terms of softness, it wont b the softest

softness of the irons is also contributed by the kind of shaft you use

Cheers
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PostSubject: Re: Need input from Miura Owners   Tue Oct 23, 2012 9:42 am

BestofTheBest wrote:


softness of the irons is also contributed by the kind of shaft you use

Cheers

yup, and the head design.

if the CoG is positioned so close to the heel and/or so high up the grooves, regular hackers cannot hit those sweet spot and the iron will feel harsh

it will feel like hitting the toe every time
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PostSubject: Re: Need input from Miura Owners   Tue Oct 23, 2012 10:18 am

kyleyann wrote:
rkangrah wrote:



Does Miura iron have the same buttery feel as Mizuno irons?

Don't mean to be wet blanket. I've gamed a Miura Giken 5003 MB for 6 month. I think the Mizunos have more feel. Even the Titleist MB have more feel. Just my honest feedback. Cheers

Did You mean Miura feel harsh at impact?
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PostSubject: Re: Need input from Miura Owners   Tue Oct 23, 2012 10:52 am

rkangrah wrote:
kyleyann wrote:
rkangrah wrote:



Does Miura iron have the same buttery feel as Mizuno irons?

Don't mean to be wet blanket. I've gamed a Miura Giken 5003 MB for 6 month. I think the Mizunos have more feel. Even the Titleist MB have more feel. Just my honest feedback. Cheers

Did You mean Miura feel harsh at impact?

I wouldn't say harsh. Maybe it's just me, cause I'm still searching for the superlatives "heavenly, silky, buttery, super soft feel" that Miuras were hyped to have. That's all.
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PostSubject: Re: Need input from Miura Owners   Tue Oct 23, 2012 12:26 pm



Still using it now mate ??


yes, will be for a long time.
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PostSubject: Re: Need input from Miura Owners   Tue Oct 23, 2012 12:34 pm



Is it a forgiving iron for you? Whats your handicap?


Yes, very n with the right shaft, it,s gives great feel. Also easy to hit sweet spot. Hip 14
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PostSubject: Re: Need input from Miura Owners   Tue Oct 23, 2012 12:59 pm

just curious. any Miura iron owner using other shaft beside KBS Tour/C-Taper/Tour 90?
steel or graphite?

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PostSubject: Re: Need input from Miura Owners   Tue Oct 23, 2012 1:34 pm

i think as long as you hit it swee, any iron will feel soft. i'm using cb501 with nspro750 reg. it is light but stable. i like lighter shaft because heavy shaft will tire me faster.
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PostSubject: Re: Need input from Miura Owners   Tue Oct 23, 2012 1:58 pm

ranctor wrote:
just curious. any Miura iron owner using other shaft beside KBS Tour/C-Taper/Tour 90?
steel or graphite?


Got 'em on the i80s.

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PostSubject: Re: Need input from Miura Owners   Thu Oct 25, 2012 2:07 pm

I'm using a mix of Aerotech i95 and i110 in my Baby Blades and KBS Tour in my Tournament Blade.

The comments on Miura not being soft is true.... Miura feel more firm (not harsh) off the face as compare to my other sets, i.e. Mizuno MP68 or Yururi Flatback or Epon AP502.

Softest in terms of feel:
- Epon AF502 (due to Alpha gel insert at cavity)
- Yururi Flatback (especially mine with raw finish)
- Mizuno MP68
- Miura 1957 baby Blade
- Miura Tournament Blade

I still have another two sets of irons I've not shaft up yet - Srixon Pro100 and Yamaha so once I shaft up will compare those against the above.
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PostSubject: Re: Need input from Miura Owners   Thu Oct 25, 2012 2:26 pm

Miura are one of the softest, if not the softest when fitted properly, and shaft matched to the golfer.

These irons are more accurate, therefore they are not as forgiving as the other brands. In order to improve striking, the shafts need to be spine & aligned, and the lie adjusted. Some may need a few rounds of this process to get the best out of them. Once done, u will see a whole lot of differences.

For comparison, we have the Yururi, Epon, Romaro, Titleist, Mizuno all on the NSpro 750 regular.
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PostSubject: Re: Need input from Miura Owners   Thu Oct 25, 2012 2:32 pm

SigmaOne wrote:
Miura are one of the softest, if not the softest when fitted properly, and shaft matched to the golfer.

These irons are more accurate, therefore they are not as forgiving as the other brands
. In order to improve striking, the shafts need to be spine & aligned, and the lie adjusted. Some may need a few rounds of this process to get the best out of them. Once done, u will see a whole lot of differences.

For comparison, we have the Yururi, Epon, Romaro, Titleist, Mizuno all on the NSpro 750 regular.
Accuracy and forgiveness are mutually exclusive events? I thought it's the golfer thats accurate, and not the inanimate irons.
I do agree that properly fitted clubs do help lah... how come need a few rounds of the process? Can't get it right the first or second try?
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PostSubject: Re: Need input from Miura Owners   Thu Oct 25, 2012 4:03 pm

Bro SS, I think Sigma is saying that if the golfer is a constant in this equation....then using miura will be very more choon than say others

as to why it take a few rounds....that is something I am also curious
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PostSubject: Re: Need input from Miura Owners   Thu Oct 25, 2012 4:18 pm

SigmaOne wrote:
Miura are one of the softest, if not the softest when fitted properly, and shaft matched to the golfer....


I'll take up your suggestionand drop by soon and see whether my fitted Miuras were fitted properly. Very keen on a second opinion.
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