The CB57 head features a medium-sized cavity and a carefully sized weight bar to provide the benefits of perimeter weighting and solidity behind the hitting area. Still, the cavity is not so big as to interfere with the forged look and feel, especially from the address position. The weight bar keeps the center of gravity low, and changes size club-to-club as needed to position the center of gravity not just down, but exactly where it needs to be.
The clean, narrow top line is Miura all the way. The sole of the club incorporates the decades of lessons Miura has learned from watching and talking to golfers, resulting in efficient, powerful turf interaction and the best chance of a square face at impact. The overall size of the head is a bit smaller than Miura’s successful CB-501 cavity back iron.
High-density impact area for maximum feel and power.
Leading edge specially engineered help the player make solid contact.
Forged cavity-back construction offers solid feel with perimeter-weighted forgiveness.
Sole designed to glide confidently through the turf.
Easy-to-aim shape helps players square the face at impact.
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When the CB-501 was in development, our goal was to combine the best features from our favorite Miura irons, both past and present. Mr. Miura was striving for the ideal ball flight; enough offset to promote playability, the perfect head size, and a sole grind that would accommodate a broad range of players.
With a sole grind that appeals to the Tour player, the 501 also possesses a design that will appeal to all levels of golfers.
The “sweet spot” muscle back will deliver a ball flight with the trajectory of a blade.
This style of iron also offers cavity-back forgiveness, as the contact point moves away from the center of the face.
We spent two years integrating these design variables in different ways until we found the blend that worked best for the widest range of golfers.
The sole shape and size, subtly adjusted from successful designs of earlier models, gets through the turf more efficiently and gives the player a better chance of keeping the club face square at impact. In a properly fitted MB001, this sole delivers a consistently sized, crisp divot that is evidence of a solid, efficient strike.