Are Miura and Linksoul the same?

Are Miura and Linksoul the same?

The sole incorporates both the Miura and LinkSoul stamps along with the color (ahem, loft) designation. With the Color Theory Irons, Miura has added another line that complements its existing catalog, while offering a different take on traditional irons, with guidance from designer and LinkSoul co-founder Geoff Cunningham.

What is the Miura + Linksoul color theory iron?

The Miura + LinkSoul Color Theory Iron set is the company’s latest attempt to increase its appeal and reach in a market now densely populated with competitors in the high-end golf club space.

What happened to Miura Irons?

Those that love the soft, butter feel from Miura irons have noticed subtle changes since 2017 when distribution rights for the Japanese golf equipment company were acquired by billionaire Howard Milstein. A descendant of Japanese samurai sword makers, Katsuhiro Miura started hard crafting golf equipment in 1957.

Why Miura golf clubs?

Miura has been making the world’s finest forged golf clubs since 1957. Designed and constructed by master craftsman Katsuhiro Miura, each club is individually made using Miura’s patented forging process. To this day, Miura-san continues to work in the factory with his sons, Shinei and Yoshitaka, who proudly carry on the Miura legacy.