Luxury Japanese golf brand Miura have released a stunning limited edition set of K.J Choi irons to commemorate his victory in the Players Championship last year.
Only 300 sets of the irons have been made, with each one individually numbered from 1-300.
The irons are an exact replica of the CB-501 irons he used to win the Players Championship at TPC Sawgrass in 2011 - including the same KBS shafts Choi used enroute to victory.
Each set (4-PW plus specially designed 54 and 59 degree wedges) will come in its own wood presentation/display box, accompanied by a letter of authenticity signed by both Choi and Katsuhiro Miura, founder of Miura Golf.
Choi will donate a portion of the proceeds of the sale of limited edition sets to the K.J. Choi Foundation, which champions children's causes in Korea and around the world.
"We planned this project very carefully, and when we approached K.J. with it, he was very enthusiastic," said Adam Barr, president of Miura. "He saw a chance to work with a great club designer and maker in Mr. Miura, plus an opportunity to do even more good with his foundation."
Each set costs $5,000 US Dollars and can be shipped anywhere in the world.