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Miura CB-501 and Blade 2007 Irons Review

bradkwood, The Sand Trap
4 March 2013

Miura CB-501 and Blade 2007 Irons Review

bradkwood, The Sand Trap
5 January 2013
  • Conclusion: Great review. Very helpful. I am considering buying the CB 501's or the PP 3009's. Any thoughts?
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Miura CB-501 and Blade 2007 Irons Review

Huskerlynn, The Sand Trap
27 October 2012
  • Conclusion: Just got fitted for the CB 501's in portland oregon and birdiefinish. They have the most advanced system for getting you fitted. I can honestly say these are a work of art as far as irons go. The contact is amazing and believe me average players can hit them. They will make you a better player.
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Miura CB-501 and Blade 2007 Irons Review

Righty to Lefty, The Sand Trap
26 August 2012
  • Conclusion: Miura irons are purchased by the club though so the price is actually inline with others in that a 5-pw set can be had for 1200 U.S. and I do think that they are 20% better than any iron that I've ever hit. Mizuno and KZG are close but I still think that Miura is the undiputed champ!
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Miura CB-501 and Blade 2007 Irons Review

Davis Noble, The Sand Trap
9 February 2011
  • Conclusion: Like most of you that have played for many many years, I have played with many different sets of clubs whether my own or hitting a friends. I came across the Muria's at a golf shop in the the town where I live. Every time I would drop in I would grab one and start hitting balls into the net. It was just love. Never have I felt any club so pure, so perfect feeling. It tells you everything. So I saved up my pennies and purchased the 301's. Worth every thing I paid.
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Miura CB-501 and Blade 2007 Irons Review

will54, The Sand Trap
5 February 2011
  • Conclusion: Just kidding Erik. I wouldn't give them up either especially since they'll never be improved on.
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Miura CB-501 and Blade 2007 Irons Review

Ron Varrial, The Sand Trap
30 January 2011
  • Conclusion: Erik, you lucky duck, you're the envy of everyone here! Early last year I was at a really good range/pro shop as I started looking at new irons. The guy in the shop saw me admiring the Miuras and asked if I wanted to demo it. I knew I'd never afford it and told him so, but he didn't have to twist my arm too much. I believe it was the CB-202, and WOW, that was sweeter than any club I've ever hit.
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Miura CB-501 and Blade 2007 Irons Review

Erik J. Barzeski, The Sand Trap
29 January 2011
  • Conclusion: Will, quite honestly, one of two things... either I'll play them separately (the Blades when I'm feeling good, the CB-501s when I need to score) or I'll make a mixed set - CB-501 3I, 4I, 5I and Blade 6I-PW or something. Also, Dave may borrow a set when he competes in the National Club Pro this year. I must admit, it took me awhile to hit the Blades. Not because I was afraid of them at all, but because I didn't want to dirty them up. They're so beautiful!
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Miura CB-501 and Blade 2007 Irons Review

andef, The Sand Trap
29 January 2011
  • Conclusion: Thank you Erik for the review! It was great to read one of the few in depth reviews on Miura irons. It certainly seems like you've enjoyed these and they will stay in your bag for a while.
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Miura CB-501 and Blade 2007 Irons Review

will54, The Sand Trap
28 January 2011
  • Conclusion: Thanks for the wonderful review. I wish I had the money for these. SInce you only need one set may I ask what you are going to do with the other. My new Ogio bag is lonely and could use some company with a classicly beautiful set such as those above, Ha HA just kidding. I think I'll wait for the next Mizuno MP though if I run into some money a set of Miuras are tops on my list.
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