Process X takes us inside Japan’s Miura Golf Co. to see how the factory produces heads for golf clubs. They start by chopping up steel rods, then heating, shaping, stamping, fine-tuning, polishing, and sandblasting them until a club head emerges. The process for making wood golf clubs is quite different.
Awesome Golf Clubs
The main difference between all of those irons you carry around in your golf bag is the loft angle of its metal wedge. Stuff Made Here managed to engineer a single, mechanical golf club that could replace of a whole bag of irons. The club can also automatically adjust based on desired distance in the middle of the swing.
TaylorMade updates its vaunted M1 metalwood driver with a lower density titanium and 43% more carbon composite, while the new M2 features a new “Geocoustic” design with a larger and more forgiving head, increased stiffness, and a great sound. Out 1/27/17.