FOURTEEN GOLF Immediate Release - 21 April, 2017
IRVINE, Calif. (April 21, 2017) – Premier club designer and manufacturer Fourteen Golf today officially launched its new FH-900 forged irons, designed to combine a classic player’s look at address with the technology required to create maximum ball speed off the club face.
The FH-900 irons feature a Radial Speed Channel that increases ball speed in the center of the face and helps create more forgiveness by moving more weight to the perimeter of the club head. The Compact Cavity design in a comparatively small club head provides both feel and stability.
“Fourteen Golf is proud to introduce the FH-900 forged irons, which will help players who seek some forgiveness but who are looking for the classic design and workability of a blade,” said Masashi Kamoda, chief operating officer of Fourteen Golf. “The FH-900 irons are easy to hit but also enable good players to work the ball right or left as they need to during a round.”
The high bounce of the FH-900’s Tour Sole Design promotes a strong attack angle and optimal turf interaction to help players maximize distance. The face features a low-glare satin finish while the rear of the club has a mirror finish to maintain the appearance of a classic iron.
“Our goal at Fourteen Golf is to make clubs that the discerning golfer as well as the weekend golfer both can use to play their best and to enjoy swinging whenever they’re on the golf course,” Kamoda said.
MSRP for the FH-900 irons is $1,400 for sets of 4-iron through Pitching Wedge. The stock shaft is the Nippon Shaft N.S. PRO MODUS3 Tour 105.
The FH-900 irons are available at at Fourteen Golf retail partners, custom club makers, and via fourteengolf.com