Miura Golf, whose forged irons are prized for their exquisite craftsmanship and quality, has just released two limited-edition “Series 1957” blade putters.
Miura Golf says that the new putters “go through the same forging process which makes the Miura Irons so successful in the consistency of the strike of the ball and in terms of feel…the Miura forging process creates an ultra smooth surface with very tight dimensional tolerances. The result is a putter with unmatched feel and precision.”
The putters were designed by Katsuhiro Miura, founder of Miura Golf. Miura resides in Himeji, Japan, a city with a rich history of forged metal work, first with samurai swords, and today with golf clubs.
The new Miura Series 1957 putters are the KM-50 classic blade (350 gram head, pictured here) and the MP-005 plumber’s neck blade (350 gram head; also available as the MP-006 at 370 grams). Both putters are forged and milled from mild steel and come with an oiled chrome finish. The suggested retail price for both putters is $390.