Fourteen Golf, distributed in Canada by Jancor Agencies, includes wedges and irons with MT28V5 T.S. technology, in which weight steadies the shot throughout the swing.
Fourteen Golf has developed a 58 and 60 degree wedge with two types of soles.
The H sole has been engineered for variety and control and is flat with a slight heel and toe relief for shot management from various lies. The M sole features a slight ridge on the bottom centre of the sole for control and optimized bounce.
Mirror-Face Milling is designed to add to the workability and spin of the trapezoidal-shaped grooves, milling them to become sharper to create more spin and stability.
The Fourteen reverse taper design has been enhanced by adding a groove that is strategically located between the sole and blade portion of the wedge, allowing engineers to move the centre of gravity to a higher, more stabilizing position.
The sole portion of the MT-28 V5 wedge has a flatter shape with a trailing edge and slight heel relief to allow players to utilize the club’s bounce and execute shots out of the rough.
A rounded, leading edge promotes confidence at set-up or address, with the face engineered for ease in opening or closing the face.
Meanwhile, the soft alloy and wide sole design in the TC-510 irons are in place to promote easier launch and maintain stability.
Use of the soft alloy with a wide sole setting allowed engineers to position the centre of gravity deep and low.
From four iron to seven iron, an undercut shape is designed to widen the sweet spot to provide high and stable shots, even on mis-hits.