Press Release


FOURTEEN GOLF Immediate Release - 17 July, 2017

IRVINE, Calif. (July 17, 2017) – The runner-up at the Tour’s Utah Championship last weekend utilized Fourteen Golf’s RM-22 Tour Raw Wedges in lofts of 52 and 58 degrees.

It was the fourth top 10 finish of the season for the Mexican-born University of Oklahoma 25-year-old, who shot 2-under par at Oakridge Country Club in Farmington, Utah, with rounds of 67-63-71-63—264 on the Par 71 layout. He earned $52,261 and currently is fifth among the top 25 players who would move up to the PGA TOUR next season.

Meanwhile, at the U.S. Women’s Open, Fourteen Golf players finished T-5 and T-8 at Trump National in Bedminster, New Jersey.

Tying for fifth was the 26-year-old Spaniard who used Fourteen Golf’s RM-22 wedges in lofts of 50, 54 and 58 degrees. She shot 6-under par 282 with rounds of 69-71-72-70. It was her fourth top 10 finish of the season for which she earned $207,269.

Finishing T-8 was the 26-year-old South Korean who used Fourteen Golf’s TF-616 irons. Winner of the Kia Classic earlier this year, she shot a 5-under par total with rounds of 70-74-67-72—283, good for a paycheck worth $145,234.

“Fourteen Golf is extremely proud that golfers on two of the world’s most prestigious tours are playing our widely respected wedges and irons,” said Masashi Kamoda, chief operating officer of Fourteen Golf. “We would like to congratulate them all.”