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March 5. 2013
After trying a set of Miura’s so-called ‘Baby Blades,’ I have opened to the possibility that smaller can be more honest, more intense, and might help anyone’s game.
You’re not likely to believe that, however, the first time you place one of these irons behind a golf ball. The Series 1957 Special Editions are 15 percent smaller than a traditional blade, which is already small when compared with the oversized waffle irons most players use. That initial look is intimidating.
A good fitting certainly helps. An expert built this test set. David Butler of Half Moon Bay sells and customizes Miura almost exclusively. When a guy can add 20 yards to your driver, 10-15 yards to every iron, and help you hit them straighter despite a multitude of swing flaws, just do what he says and let him work the numbers.
Truly, this is a case where smaller can be better. Despite their diminutive size, Miura’s ‘Baby Blades’ hit big.
CLUB REVIEW: MIURA SERIES 1957 SPECIAL EDITION SMALL BLADES
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