The CB-801 was a creation that took the design ideas and concepts of the Tournament Blade and expanded the forgiveness and playability. One key feature that was incorporated was the distinct Y-Grind perfected by Miura Master Craftsman Yoshitaka Miura. A grind that started out as a concept in wedges has now become a signature feature in the Miura product line.
Until now, this innovation was not available to left handed golfers. The Y-Grind, although most visible on the sole and leading edge, actually encompasses many more subtle changes to the club head. This is necessary to maintain the integrity of the head, including head weight, density and overall balance. These refinements elevate the Left Handed Y-Grind irons to another level. More efficient turf interaction is made possible through the subtle leading edge and sole modifications. This includes the appropriate bounce angles on each specific iron while maintaining desired lie angles. The Miura family’s commitment to detail is evident in the Y-Grind, specifically at the address position. Subtle changes to the top line and toe profile work in concert with the sole grind deliver a new level of confidence to the golfer.