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NEW Miura C-Grind Wedge
 
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The Special C Grind wedges are available in 55, 57, and 59 degree models.

They feature all of the traditional Miura attributes as outlined on these pages, but with some added benefits.

The new Y and C grind wedges feature unique grinds that are intended for their specific use.

For example the Yís are ground to be used as gap or more punch wedges even though there is a 60 degree Y and as such have more continuity on the sole, where as the Cís are designed as more sand wedges or higher stop and drop wedges, this is where the C grind originates, allowing you to fan open the club without the leading edge coming up off the ground, even in a rare toe down position the leading edge stays in plane with the turf. The C wedges are done by Yoshitaka as well but the C stands for the type of grind. The C grind represents the shape of the sole with the aggressive heal and toe relief.
 
55
57
59
Loft
55
57
59
Lie
63.5
63.5
63.5
Offset
0.85
0.15
0.025
Bounce Angle
12
14
14

 

Keep in mind that because of the uniqueness of the sole grind there is a "measured" bounce, which is shown, and then an "effective" bounce which is less, depending on the set up.

 I have a 57ļ C grind here which I bent to 54.5ļ which reduced the bounce from 14 to 11.5 and I hit it off a mat in our shop which is a tight lie and am able to still flop it a bit.

 We let one of our regulars take this for a spin at Seacliff and he holed out his approach on 18, a par 5 over water for an Eagle.

 

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