Miura IC-602 Irons

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Miura Golf’s IC-602 irons are designed for both distance and forgiveness with the iconic Miura feel at impact and look at address.

Fast Facts Miura IC-602 Irons
Better player category
Hollow body construction 8620 mild carbon steel
Face: #3-#9 chrome molybdenum, PW GW S35C steel
Toe weight
Tungsten weight insert
Polymer injected interior
Miura Versatile Sole
Stock lofts: 5-iron 25°, pitching wedge 45°
Stock shafts: KBS Tour R, Project X Steel 5.5, True Temper Dynamic Gold
Stock grip: Miura UTX Grey
Available April 16, 2024
Price: $350 each, 7-piece set $2,450

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Miura’s new IC-602 irons are another in a long line of well thought out designs manufactured with quality materials to precise performance standards.

Miura’s club designer, the legendary Shinei Miura, wanted an iron for better players that was both forgiving and would produce added distance with a traditional Miura look at address. “

Among the features of the IC-602s are the center of gravity was relocated to give ideal launch angles with the proper spin for control plus the face progression and therefore the dynamic loft were optimized for each iron loft to improve consistency. Players will also like the Miura Versatile Sole, stepped configuration where the leading part is higher than the trailing portion. This minimizes contact with the turf regardless of the attack angle.

“The feedback we received from our customers regarding the creation of our new hollow body iron, was that they had no expectations about Miura being the longest one around, but rather would be loyal to the brand providing we deliver a sound and feel consistent with our forged models,” said Miura. “This epiphany allowed my design process on the IC-602 to become laser focused.”

Miura Golf is part of 8AM Golf, a holding company owned by Howard Milstein, which also includes Golf Magazine, GOLF.com, the Nicklaus Companies, True Spec Golf and six other golf-related companies. Entertainer Justin Timberlake is an investor in 8AM Golf.

Ed Travis

Ed Travis is a national award winning golf journalist and has carried on a lifelong love affair with the game. His work covering the business of golf, equipment, golf personalities and travel is regularly seen in numerous print and electronic publications. He has competed in tournament golf both as an amateur and senior professional and though his competitive days are behind him, Travis still plays regularly. He and his wife live on a water hazard in suburban Orlando.

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