Miura Golf is offering new options on two of its most successful models, including 52 and 60-degree K-Grind wedges, in addition to the original 56.
“We weren’t surprised to find that people wanted more lofts in the K,” said Miura president Adam Barr.
“The club has been so versatile in so many kinds of turf, especially with the face laid open,” he added.
The 52-degree K-Grind features a bounce of seven degrees, while the 60-degree has a bounce of 13 degrees. The original K-Grind with the 56-degree loft has a bounce of 12 degrees.
Miura has also found many players interested in a less-offset look at address with the Passing Point forged irons. The new Straight-Neck Passing Point 9003 irons have just 1.3 mm of offset on its six iron, compared with 2.8 mm on the regular model’s six iron.
“Of course, some people need offset to keep them from going right, while for others, it encourages the ball to go too far left,” said Barr.
“The Straight-Necks are Miura’s recognition that a well-designed, forged cavity back can help a lot of different kinds of golfers and everyone should have a chance to get that feel, no matter what their trajectory preferences are,” he added.