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TC-910 Irons by Fourteen Golf lead club count at Asian Tour Int'l
February 25, 2010

Fourteen Golf may be little known to the golfing public, but they are recognised worldwide amongst top touring professionals as the foremost wedge designer and manufacturer. Many pros under contract to other manufacturers carry clubs by Fourteen Golf, although not paid to do so.

Fourteen Golf announced today that their new TC-910 Forged Irons were played by more professionals than any other iron model at the recent Asian Tour International in Bangkok, Thailand. In addition to the irons, their MT-28 Wedge ranked as the second most played wedge.

"We are not surprised that the TC-910 Forged Irons have vaulted to the number one position at the Asian Tour International so soon after their release," said Fourteen Golf COO Marcy Kamoda. "These striking irons were initially developed for the touring professionals and the fact that so many professionals have opted to play them validates their technology and performance benefits."

The new Fourteen Golf TC-910 Forged Iron The new Fourteen Golf TC-910 Forged Iron

The traditionally shaped TC-910 iron head is manufactured with soft Forged S20C steel, carrying a compact head with precisely positioned CG and MOI providing exceptional workability for shaping any shot. In addition, the lowered CG height creates ideal spin rates and trajectory for each iron.

"While the TC-910 Forged Iron is a new offering, our MT-28 Wedge Series represents a long legacy of winning wedges. Its exceptional performance has positioned Fourteen as the wedge authority," added Kamoda. "We have recently introduced the MT-28 V5 Wedge to our line and expect it to become the new favorite of professional golfers."

The new Fourteen Golf MT-28 V5 wedge The new Fourteen Golf MT-28 V5 wedge

The classically designed MT-28 V5 wedge (pictured above) features the signature Fourteen "reverse taper design", which has been improved by adding a groove strategically located in between the sole and blade portion of the wedge. This structural change allowed the engineers to move the CG to a higher more stabilizing position for more precise shots and spin control.

The sole of the MT-28 V5 possesses a chambered shape with trailing edge and heel relief. This new dynamic combination allows any player to fully utilize the club’s bounce and execute pure and solid shots out of any type of lie. The wedge boasts a rounded leading edge that promotes confidence at address and the clubface has been engineered so that players can easily open or close the face.

L to R: Fourteen's signature "reverse taper design" - the sole of the MT-28 V5 wedge - Fourteen Golf's conforming trapezoidal groove

The new TC-910 Forged Irons and the MT-28 V5 Wedges feature the company’s new trapezoid grooves, which Fourteen spent years engineering. The new trapezoidal shaped sharp-edged groove is featured in the entire 2010 product line, falling within compliance of the new groove regulations effective in 2010 for the professional tours and 2014 for amateurs and tournaments.

The TC-910 Forged Iron set is offered in #3 iron through pitching wedge. They are finished with an appealing Nickel chrome satin finish. For a low penetrating ball flight the TC-910 Forged Irons are built with a high-flex tour weighted Dynamic Gold Steel Shaft.

The professionally designed MT-28 V5 Wedge comes in a variety of lofts, a 48°, 50°, 52°, 54°, 56°/08, 56°/12, 58°/08, 58°/12 and a 60°. The head is manufactured with a Nickel Chrome Molybdenum alloy which conforms to the 2010 USGA club regulations. It is available in both a chrome and non-plated black finish. Two steel shafts, Dynamic Golf and NS Pro 950GH are available. A proprietary rubber grips finishes these classic wedges.

About Fourteen Golf

Fourteen Golf in Japan was established in 1981 as a premier golf equipment design company. The highly successful venture developed exclusive designs for Titleist, Yamaha, Srixon (formerly Dunlop Japan), Wilson, PRGR, and many more. The original team was credited with developing the first hybrid iron and the highly popular "Citation" cavity iron by Power Bilt which was one of the most popular irons of the 1980s. In the year 2000, the business shifted into branded design and became a manufacturing company.

The name "Fourteen" is based on the fundamental rule of golf which states that the player can carry up to 14 golf clubs in their bag. Fourteen Golf strives to produce the best 14 clubs ever, aiming to achieve the ultimate in club characteristics which allow golfers to hit shots they didn’t think possible.

Like their "feather" moniker, which represents the best scores in golf, sbirdie, eagle, and albatross, these clubs will bring out the best scores for any golfer, professional or amateur.

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