Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Miura Golf's CB-501 Forged Irons Honored as 2012 Editors Choice Players Irons

(Vancouver, B.C. Canada) - Noted golf media website - GolfWRX.com - a website that publishes news, articles, blogs, and reviews on golf news and golf equipment, has awarded Miura Golf's CB-501 forged irons its Editors Choice recognition. It's an annual award in which, to use GolfWRX's editors' words, "our product reviews team recognizes golf equipment of the highest quality, design, and performance."

"We're very pleased and gratified that the editors of GolfWRX, a site which has shown so much dedication to putting out detailed, correct golf equipment information, have seen fit to recognize one of our most popular models," said Adam Barr, president of Miura Golf. "Information is the first tool in club shopping and club fitting, and GolfWRX has done an enthusiastic job of leading in this area."

"Miura has long been known as a company steeped in timeless tradition and unsurpassed quality", said Richard Audi, president of GolfWRX.com. "With a history of using the finest materials and impeccable craftsmanship, it is no surprise that Miura rose to the top of our Editors' Choice Awards in the iron category. Miura's attention to detail, looks, playability and feel are unparalleled in the golf industry. The Miura CB-501 set has proven itself at the highest professional level and will fit perfectly in the bag of both the aspiring golfer and accomplished player. Congratulations Miura Golf, GofWRX 2012 Editors' Choice Players Iron."

The CB-501- which boasts a W nickel (satin) chrome finish - is available in a 3-iron through pitching wedge set, right-hand only. The CB-501 can be tested by visiting www.miuragolf.com to locate the closest Miura dealer. Miura Golf distributors outside of North America include Golfballistix (Belfast), Golf Partners (Hong Kong) and Torque Golf (Singapore).

Like all Miura irons, the mild-steel CB-501s are hand precision-forged and custom crafted by Katsuhiro Miura, Miura Golf Inc.'s 69-year-old founder, whose forged clubmaking skills over the past 50 years have prompted the Japanese to claim he has "the Hands of God." Mr. Miura is director of manufacturing and product development at his Japanese company, Miura Giken Co. Ltd., which operates manufacturing facilities in Himeji, Japan.

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