Miura Golf K Grind Wedge

EQUIPMENT: Miura Golf Releases New K-Grind 2.0 Wedge

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This morning Miura Golf announced the release of an updated version of its iconic K-Grind wedge.

The new wedge continues with the knuckled sole of the original 1957 model, but with a modernized milling technique to provide more functionality and feel.

Given the proven staying-power of the K-Grind, the Miura family craftsmen sought to maintain the integrity of the original design by preserving the fluted sole that enables the clubface to remain square at impact. The three knuckles deliver increased playability through every type of turf. The K-Grind 2.0 sole grind features increased bounce and roll along with heel and toe relief designed to stabilize golfers’ swings of all skill levels.


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As with all Miura clubs, the K-Grind 2.0 is hand-forged in Himeji, Japan, using their time-honored 14-step manufacturing process. The wedge is also available in five lofts, from 52° to 60°.

And to keep in line with the modern style of play, the face and grooves of the K-Grind 2.0 have been fully milled to provide increased spin on intermediate and full shots.

“The K-Grind 2.0 is the next generation of the trusted and distinctive product line that performs dependably through every turf,” explains Hoyt McGarity, President of Miura Golf. “With this club, we have produced a superior wedge that is just as versatile as it is visually striking.”

Visually striking is probably an understatement. The wedge is down-right gorgeous. Not to mention, you can custom design the K-Grind 2.0’s with one of 19 branded shaft options and 14 different grips.

You can read more about the new K-Grind 2.0 here, as well as experiment with different shaft and grip combinations.


About Kris McEwen

Kris became obsessed with the game of golf after deciding to finally hang up his baseball cleats about four years ago. Still learning the game, he’s leaned on much of the on-line golf community for help and loves to return the favor whenever possible.

A contributor to several golf sites in the past, Kris writes from the perspective of your average golfer. One who has a passion for the game, but also has the typical restrictions of life and budget.

He can be reached on Twitter at @krismcewen.

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