As driving irons are gaining popularity, Japanese club maker Miura is getting in on the action with its inner cavity long iron. The latest addition to Miura’s MG collection is ICL-601 that blends seamlessly with any set of Miura’s high-end irons.
It’s initially available in a 23° 4-iron, with an 18° 2-iron and 20° 3-iron available set to be introduced this fall. The company used a variable weighting system to optimize the center of gravity and address the mishits typically associated with a long iron. Along with a lower center of gravity, which offers more forgiveness, a higher launch and controlled spin rates, the club head’s inner cavity allows for a wider sole to benefit golfers of all skill levels.