Miura HB3 Hybrid Review

The Miura HB3 Hybrid Review

As most of us already know, the Miura name has become synonymous with quality craftsmanship, attention to detail, and performance. This was apparent in our reviews of Miura wedges. When the opportunity came up to review the Miura HB3 hybrid (20 degrees of loft), I was very intrigued. The one drawback of the Miura hybrids is that they are currently offered in right-handed models only. Being a left-handed player, I had to go to the Golf is Mental Blog's entourage of eager right-handed testers. The chosen one to review the HB3 hybrid was my father-in-law, Gary, an avid 64 year old player who keeps his handicap in the low single digits, and is always striving to get better. He's a past Club Champion and the reigning Senior Club Champion at his home club. Here is Gary's review of the Miura HB3 hybrid:

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