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Golf Australia Express : June 2014
InThe Y OU probably haven't heard of Fourteen Golf. Unless you pay close attention to the clubs in use on the PGA Tour, you wouldn't know the US brand— which launched back in 2002 — is making some noise out there. And it's thanks in large part to its stunning wedges. Pick of the bunch is undoubtedly the RM-12 [pictured here], a non-plated nickel chrome wedge with a reverse taper design that Fourteen's engineers used as a template to deliver a club with more weight distribution. This reverse muscle design enables weight to be evenly proportioned on the blade and clubhead, yielding greater stability through impact. That's the company's spiel anyway, and it calls this beauty: "The best wedge in golf. Period." That's a big claim from a brand little-known to everyday golfers. But when you consider the company used to be a club design firm for various golf manufacturers, it comes from a credible standpoint. Question is, when will we finally see them in Australia? Don't worry, we're on the case... OTG US club manufacturer FOURTEEN GOLF produces some of the best-looking wedges on the market, such as the RM-12, used by Ryuji Imada on the PGA Tour. Fourteen Golf RM-12 Wedge Groove