• What is the difference between the JC-707 and the JC-909 driver?

    The club's basic structure including the club head volume, the club's length, and the MOI (moment of inertia) are all the sane except for the head's shape. We have utilized both "highlight form" and "high backdesign" which allow for an easier address to the ball. The JC-707 has a very orthdox head shape that enables a golfer to comfortably set up to the ball. Another key difference is that we prepared the clubface tohave a deeper CG. The JC-909's depth is 38.5mm while the JC-707 is 33mm. In effect, the hotness of the ball off the clubface, its forgiveness, and the generous size of the sweet spot are major differences between the JC-707 and JC-909. The JC-909 catches the ball better and the area of the sweet spot is a lot wider.
    In comparison to the JC-909, the JC-707 is hotter off of the face with a low spin rate. The selection of the right head and shaft will allow for both the JC-707 and JC-909 to catch the ball well and will result in optimal drivers.

    Latest update : 2009/08/27

  • Does the JC-909 have a high pitched or low pitched sound to it?

    It has more of a low pitched sound, and you will be able to tell by the sound that every shot is superbly pure and solid.

    Latest update : 2009/08/29

  • Is it possible to put on shafts like Graphite Design and Diamana?

    Yes, we are able to install these types of shafts for custom orders. Please contact our US headquarters at for any questions regarding shafts.

    Latest update : 2009/08/29

  • What is the SLE rule? Do Fourteen drivers conform with that rule?

    SLE stands for Spring Like Effect, and the rule determines the maximum allowable COR (coefficient of restitution) of the spring effect for drivers. The SLE rule is in effect for any events employing USGA rules.

    Yes. All Fourteen drivers conform with the SLE rule.

    Latest update : 2009/08/29

Fairway Woods

  • What is so special about the SF-308 and SF-206 and its differences?

    The SF-308 has a slightly bigger head volume. Similar to the new JC-909 driver, the SF-308 also uses "highlight form" and "high back design" in its head design, again allowing for an easy address to the ball. The SF-206 has a more orthodox head design and a slightly smaller head size, which will not require a lot of effort to get through the ball as much. Both fairway woods are exceptionally astounding because of its square address to the ball, ensuring more confident and accurate shots.

    Latest update : 2009/08/29


  • How would I combine the new utility series into my club set?

    Generally, you would replace your 2 iron, 3 iron, and 4 iron with the UT-306. You can also choose to pull out any long iron that you feel most uncomfortable with by replacing them with these utility clubs. This would enable you to comfortably and safely hit those shots that you were not confident with before.

    Latest update : 2009/08/29


  • Which would I be better off with: a steel shaft or a graphite shaft?

    First, it is probably best to ask yourself whether or not you would want a new set that is similar to your old set. For example, if you tend to top the ball with your old clubs, it might be that your clubs are too light for you. If you're currently using a graphite shaft, then we would recommend you using a lightweight steel shaft instead. If you currently feel like your clubs are a bit heavy, we would recommend you to get a set that is slightly lighter than your current one. For example, if you're using a Dynamic Gold shaft, then you should try hitting with a light weight steel shaft (N.S. PRO950GH); while a golfer using a light weight steel shaft would be recommended to try a graphite shaft instead.

    Please be cautious about suddenly swinging a set that is drastically heavier than what you're used to. This can highly result in a loss of rhythm and can easily throw off your game. However, choosing a set that is too light may seem to work out well at first, but it can negatively affect your game in the long run. We advise golfers to visit their local Fourteen dealers to get fitted for maximum results.

    Latest update : 2009/08/29

  • May I request having a different type of finish on my irons?

    We're sorry, but we are currently unable to fulfill those requests at this time.

    Latest update : 2009/08/29

  • May I request having custom engravings and changing the color of the logo?

    We're sorry but we are currently unable to fulfill those requests at this time

    Latest update : 2009/08/29

  • Is it possible to ask for adjustments in the loft/lie angle?

    In the TC-770 model, we are able to adjust it to 0.5 degrees after your purchase. We can adjust the TC-1000 forged irons, the new TC-770 forged irons, the MT-28 V4 wedges, and the new MT-28 J Spec-II wedges all to 1 degree.

    *Please be advised that adjustments may result in slight scratch marks on your clubs.

    Latest update : 2009/08/29


  • Why is the new wedge model named RM-11 instead of the MT-28?

    The highly popular MT-28 Wedge Series was produced prior to the new groove rule. Its extension or series of wedges did conform to the USGA's new groove policy but through extensive engineering and modifications. The RM-11 Wedge is a completely new model designed specifically in accordance to the new groove rules.

    Latest update : 2011/11/05

  • How did FOURTEEN GOLF develop the RM-11 name?

    The RM-11 name derives from two sources. The first originates from FOURTEEN GOLF's signature "reverse muscle" design. The second basis comes from the measurement of "revolutions per minute" or RPM. The enlarged grooves impart such exceptional spin and rotational speed that the design team thought it only appropriate.

    Latest update : 2011/11/05

  • What is the difference between the MT-28 V5 Wedge and RM-11 Wedge?

    First of all, the RM-11 Wedge has more weight distributed in the upper blade portion as compared to the MT-28 V5 Wedge. This weighting design allows the head to be stabilized in any type of rough or even when the ball is slightly hit off center. Secondly, the RM-11 Wedge features an expanded groove size, close to 15% larger than the MT-28 V5 Wedge. As a result, the RM-11 Wedge provides additional spin with complete control.

    A remarkable benefit of the RM-11 Wedge is that not only is it easy to hit it with a square face, but the clubface can easily open for a variety of shots. And, the sole, face, and head shape are perfectly suited to meet the demanding needs of the PGA Tour Professional as well as the serious golfer.

    Latest update : 2011/11/05

  • Why does the RM-11 Wedge in a 48-degree loft come in a longer shaft length than previous FOURTEEN GOLF models?

    The 48-degree wedge typically isn't used for short approach shots but rather for full shots onto the green. Therefore it was designed with a longer shaft length which provides superior control and better forgiveness. In addition, the 48-degree model has commonly been used as a stronger lofted iron and has been used as the next club below a pitching wedge. For example, a pitching wedge from the TC-510FG Irons has a loft of 44-degrees with a 35.75 inch length shaft. Adding a 48-degree RM-11 Wedge with a 35.5 inch shaft complements this arrangement perfectly.

    Latest update : 2011/11/05

  • How come the standard NS PRO 959GH lightweight steel shaft is not equipped on the RM-11 Wedge and the HT model is?

    FOURTEEN GOLF wedges frequently are equipped with the NS PRO 950GH shaft. However, the engineers tested the NS PRO 950GH HT lightweight steel shaft on the RM-11 Wedge and it provided better feel with optimal shaft bend. Golfers will enjoy the new shaft combination.

    Latest update : 2011/11/05

  • May I order my wedges to have the grooves redone at Fourteen?

    No, we unfortunately cannot do that at our company.

    Latest update : 2009/08/29

  • Are there specific things I should be looking for when selecting new wedges?

    There isn't a definite guideline for selecting wedges. Wedges should be chosen based upon the individual golfer's swing and address. Please choose your Fourteen wedges according to your play style and swing tendencies. Please, visit your local Fourteen dealers to view the clubs.

    Latest update : 2009/08/29

  • How would I choose the type of shaft for my wedges?

    Its quite common to select a wedge shaft that is slightly heavier than your iron set. This will allow you to steady even the smallest approach shots. For those who use a graphite shaft for their iron sets would be advised to get the NS950 shaft for wedges; those who use a steel shaft on their iron set should use a Dynamic Gold shaft for wedges.

    Latest update : 2009/08/29

  • How come Fourteen wedges spin so much?

    We deeply mill the face and complete the grooves one by one, which allows for even amateur players to professionally put backspin on the ball.

    Latest update : 2009/08/29

  • Do the chrome MT-28V4 wedges rust?

    Compared to non chromed wedges, chromed wedges are harder to tell if they have rust. But due to the non-plating in chromed wedges, they tend to rust. It is strongly recommended to wipe away any dirt, water, or any other substances on your wedges after every round. Also, it is important to check if your clubs are fully dry in order to prevent rusting; however, please be advised that the cleaning process may cause the chrome to wear off.

    Latest update : 2009/08/29


  • What are the diameter of the original Fourteen grips?

    Please look at the grip section of our website for those specifications.

    Latest update : 2009/08/29

  • What is the standard to measuring the club length at Fourteen?

    The standard is to measure the club from the heel end of the club head sole to the end of the grip. For putters, you would measure it from the end of the grip to the putter sole from the center shaft.

    Latest update : 2009/08/29

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