Originally Posted by Dave2512
I used a 64 for a while. Limited usefulness for me. More often than not it slipped under the ball in rough, I had more than one whiff. It was easy enough to hit from firm lies but the ball really didn't go anywhere unless I de-lofted it. I could feel the ball spin up the face before launching and it popped straight up. Seemed like the faster I swung the club the higher and shorter the ball traveled. It was a tough club to figure out.
Typically, 64's have low bounce but a wider sole, which effectively makes more bounce, but in the wrong way -- for me. It works, but don't open it. I don't like wide soles.
It is a tough club to figure out. It is easy for the club to miss the ball in the rough -- secret, don't ground the club, put it in its normal place.
I have a friend who is getting Miura to make a 64 with the K Grind and low bounce - a special limited and pricey edition. People have complained about getting the ball to stop on fast, crowned greens -- for people with $$$ and a low hc, this club may appeal to them.
I've tried a 62 with better success, but I still sold it after a few months. The same with a 64 - sold it after a few months. But that was several years and a couple of different swing methods ago...