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Pros: The Basileus Fiamma is a gorgeously eye-catching shaft with design features that benefit a quick and compact swing. High modulus carbon materials make the shaft one of the smoothest I’ve had the opportunity to test. Cons: Due to...
- Posted 97 days ago
Pros: Miura’s buttery-feeling forged irons provide forgiveness without a lot of bulk and sacrifice nothing by way of visual appeal to achieve playability. Cons: The market is saturated with oversized irons that go farther than these. Most will agree...
- Posted 119 days ago
Pros: Unmistakable Miura feel. Very workable, and knife-like out of the rough. Cons: Righties only, and each iron costs $235 per head. Like all muscleback irons, they’re not forgiving. Bottom Line: If you’re a blade lover, these are some of...
- Posted 260 days ago
Pros: The “knuckles” on the back of Miura’s K Grind wedge makes them some of the coolest looking wedges on the market. Like all Miura wedges, they’re hand ground from carbon steel, and the K Grind seems to...
- Posted 421 days ago
Pros: Extremely smooth, and stable. The mix of blue, white and silver looks awesome. Cons: Costs as much as most new drivers — $380. Bottom Line: The Tour AD-GT shaft is a great extension of the Tour AD line,...
- Posted 524 days ago
I’ve been playing the Miura 1957 Series Y and K wedges for the last year and a half. Although I’ve loved the playability and feel of them, I’d pretty much worn out the grooves, so it was...
- Posted 652 days ago
By pitbull808 I’ve played many Miura putters through the years. Many who know me personally or my WITB know that there are not many putters made that haven’t gone in my bag at least once. I’ve become pretty much...
- Posted 767 days ago
After my successful switch to the Miura CB-501 irons, I saw that Miura had come out with a new driver and I knew I had to give that a test as well. I have played the last driver...
- Posted 780 days ago
by Reid Ogata aka pitbull808 For those who have seen my forever rotating and updating WITB you probably noticed I like to try a little bit of everything. I doubt there’s been many brands since GolfWRX started...
- Posted 834 days ago
from pitbull808 I initially saw it back in January when the Champions Tour was here locally in Hawaii. My Adams Rep managed to get a Matte Black head which he shafted with a Graphite Design DI shaft...
- Posted 880 days ago
By pitbull808 Pros: E9 face technology with duel roll face technology makes this ZL Encore driver one of the most forgiving and long across the face drivers Cobra has ever made. $399 for an adjustable driver! Cons:...
- Posted 952 days ago
By: Reid “Pitbull808″ I’ve been what I call “fairway wood challenged” for years. Although I’ve played a few in the past years that I’ve liked, they never inspired much confidence in me. I’ve told several of my...
- Posted 1056 days ago