Miura Golf Hayate driver and fairway woods: Preview, pictures, specs, price
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Miura Golf Hayate driver and fairway woods: Preview, pictures, specs, price


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Miura Golf is known as a company that makes beautiful, high-performing equipment, and that reputation rightly precedes the company's new Hayate (translating from Japanese to "the sound of the wind") driver and fairway woods.

Shinei Miura, son of company founder Katsuhiro Miura, was key in the development and design of the Hayate line.



Miura Golf Hayate driver

The Hayate driver is a 460cc head with a shallow clubface, sporting a matte black crown finish against the titanium face. The driver features what's dubbed a Floating Weight Structure, which is a 35-gram arch floating above the sole to optimize the center of gravity. An 8-gram adjustable heel weight can promote either a draw or fade bias, with additional weights (in 2-gram increments) sold separately.

Golfers will immediately notice the driver's honeycomb MG sole, which delivers stability in a stunning aesthetic.

The Miura Golf Hayate driver is available in 9.5- and 10.5-degree heads for $639 each, with potentially more depending on shafts used.

Miura Golf Hayate fairway woods

The Hayate fairway woods are designed to be versatile, with one-piece titanium construction. The shallow clubface and low center of gravity promotes a high launch, while adjustable weights on the heel and toe (4-gram toe weight and 8-gram heel weight) can promote shot-shape bias. The sole shape allows for optimized turf interaction.

The Miura Golf Hayate fairway woods are available in 15- and 18-degree heads for $539 each, with shaft choices potentially adding to the cost.

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