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Fourteen Golf’s new FH-900 Forged irons have mass appeal



Fourteen Golf’s new FH-900 irons have a compact head shape inspired by feedback from Tour players, but they’re loaded with distance-enhancing technologies to reach a wide range of golfers and ball-striking abilities. Everyone from PGA Tour players (John Rollins currently has them in the bag) to mid-handicappers can play them.

The irons are said to be 7 yards longer than the TC-888 irons (of the same lofts), the irons that they replace in Fourteen’s lineup. They’re forged from S20C carbon steel for a soft feel, and they have a nickel-chrome plating and a back face mirror for a “wow factor” in the bag.


For forgiveness, the cavity of the FH-900 irons is designed to provide stability at impact on off-center hits. For higher ball speeds across the face, the irons have a radial speed channel by way of a thin, 360-degree section surrounding the cavity that increases COR by moving weight to the perimeter of the club head. Like all of Fourteen’s forged iron offerings, the center of gravity in each of the FH-900 irons is individually developed for optimal placement. That means the longer irons have a lower CG to promote higher launch and lower spin, while the short irons have a higher CG to promote trajectory control.

Rusty Estes, the Director of Tour Operations at Fourteen Golf who also does the wedge/iron grinding on Tour for the company, says there is a “vast interest among Tour players, but [the irons] provide enough forgiveness for any mid-capper to play.”

“These are the best irons we’ve ever made, both aesthetically and performance-wise,” Estes says.


The soles of the FH-900 irons are built with high camber, or what Estes calls “bull nosing,” a southern term that describes how the club goes into the turf; big and slow, like a bull. These bull-nosed soles support a more downward angle of attack and won’t dig as much as Fourteen’s irons with sharper leading edges.

Specs and Pricing


The stock shaft offering in the FH-900 irons is the Nippon Pro Modus3 105, but custom shafts are also available. Full sets of the irons (4-PW) sell for $1,349.99.

Discussion: See what GolfWRX members are saying about the FH-900 irons

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Andrew Tursky is the Editor-in-Chief of GolfWRX. He played on the Hawaii Pacific University Men's Golf team and earned a Masters degree in Communications. He also played college golf at Rutgers University, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism.



  1. golfraven

    Jul 2, 2017 at 4:23 am

    The FH-900 irons don’t have as much meet (compared to Bridgestone TourB X-CB) in the back but still sexy appearance. I will add those to the list of contenders for an upgrade. The Modus3 105 is certainly a shaft I am looking at right now.

  2. Grits

    Jul 1, 2017 at 6:27 pm

    so rad —- so wicked —- so pretty

  3. Paul

    Jul 1, 2017 at 8:03 am

    Hit these a few weeks ago. They really are lovely irons; setup and looks are top notch. The feel is very soft, yet solid. I hit them against the 888 and 770. The shaft wasn’t the shaft for me, but the distance over the 888 is easily seen from the range. Would have loved some on course time with them too. In the end, my 745s performed very similarly but if I were hunting for a new iron, I would put a lot of weight behind the 900.

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Ben Hogan launches Equalizer wedges



The Ben Hogan Equalizer is back.

Forged from a soft, 1025 carbon steel, Equalizer wedges feature a Progressive Center of Mass Weighting System, which means more mass higher and around the edge of the club head in the lower-lofted wedges, and incrementally lowering in the higher-lofted wedges.

Equalizer wedges feature a milled face and 0.20″ U-Shaped grooves precisely cut into the face at increments of 0.40″. The CNC-milled wedge faces create a texturized surface between the grooves for increased spin.

The company carries over its V-Sole Technology from the TK wedge series, improving upon the sole geometry with a softened leading edge and addition of more bounce. The leading edge of the Equalizer wedges is straighter than the TK series, which aids alignment and tightens dispersion.

Equalizer wedges are available now in even-numbered lofts from 48-62 degrees via exclusively. Length, lie, shafts, and grip modifications are available at no extra charge. $100 per wedge.

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Dick’s relaunches Tommy Armour golf



Dick’s Sporting Goods is relaunching the Tommy Armour golf brand. That’s right, the proprietors of the 845s irons are returning to the marketplace. According to the company, new Tommy Armour products featured a “renewed focus on innovative golf club technology that promotes both forgiveness and distance.”

The in-house brand features men’s, women’s, and senior drivers, fairway woods, hybrids, irons, wedges, and putters.

Dick’s enlisted the help of Designworks, a subsidiary of BMW Group, to develop a premium set of game improvement woods and irons for mid-to-high-handicap at a lower price point than competitors.

“We set out to honor the history of the Tommy Armour brand and build a product that golfers at any level would want to use,” said Scott Hudler, Senior Vice President & Chief Marketing Officer, DICK’S Sporting Goods. “From the early feedback we’ve received, these clubs are ones that you’re just going to have to try to really experience the difference they deliver in both distance and feel. We think this brand will be a game-changer for any player looking to improve their game.”

The company points to the new TA1 Driver, which features a DAT 55G titanium face, is a highlight of the new product line/collaboration.

Further product details, on the TA1 driver, irons, and GXT wedges, per Tommy Armour, below.

The full Tommy Armour line is available in-store and online at Dick’s.





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Rory McIlroy’s Winning WITB: 2018 Arnold Palmer Invitational



Driver: TaylorMade M3 460 (8.5 degrees)
Shaft: Mitsubishi Tensei Orange 70TX

3 Wood: TaylorMade M3 (15 degrees)
Shaft: Mitsubishi Tensei CK Pro White 80TX

5 Wood: TaylorMade M3 (19 degrees)
Shaft: Fujikura Rombax P95X

Irons: TaylorMade P-750 (4), TaylorMade “Rors Proto” P-730 (5-9)
Shafts: Project X 7.0

Wedges: TaylorMade Milled Grind (48, 52 and 58 degrees), Taylormade Hi-Toe (60 degrees)
Shafts: Project X 6.5

Putter: TaylorMade TP Collection Black Copper Soto (with slant neck)

Golf Ball: TaylorMade TP5x


Discussion: See what GolfWRX members are saying about McIlroy’s clubs.

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