Miura 1957 TB Small Blades Iron

Miura 1957 TB Small Blades Iron
Price: $1,199.00
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As with all of Miura’s forged iron heads, the patented forging process creates an ultra smooth surface and tight dimensional tolerances with the Series 1957 TB. The result is a blade with unmatched feel and precision. The forging process begins when steel billets are heated to 1200°C and the first two strikes are delivered, improving the precision of the forging process. The next step involves another precision strike of the club head within a die. The head is heated to a temperature of 800 – 900°C. By allowing the clubhead to cool and then be reheated, the shape of the head is maintained, while allowing the grain structure within the club head to be manipulated. Following the initial forge, the stamping process takes the stage. The most challenging technique is the stamping of scoring lines and grooves while simultaneously maintaining the club head’s performance integrity. A critical process, the scoring lines become the basis for the loft, lie and offset of each iron. The hosel is then attached to the club head by a “spin forged” technique. Spun at high speed, the friction between the hosel and head melds the two components — a forging process that is unique in the industry. These techniques produce a golf club that is unparalleled.