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Fourteen Wedges at the 2012 Honda Classic

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A leader in wedge design with over 38 professional tour victories is a constant sight on the PGA Tour. Every week reps set up and showcase the latest in custom grinds and designs from this smaller high quality equipment company.

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The new 2012 FOURTEEN GOLF equipment line includes the most innovative products the company has developed. Their RM-11 Wedge with 15% larger grooves and the new TC-930FG Forged Irons already have a following on the PGA Tour.

According to FOURTEEN GOLF COO Marcy Kamoda,

“FOURTEEN GOLF is extremely proud of its 2012 product line-up. We are excited for attendees from
either the Demo Day or PGA Show to try any of our equipment. They will ALL agree that FOURTEEN GOLF is a preeminent golf equipment manufacturer.”

FOURTEEN GOLF and its professional tour program continues to grow and gain respect from the PGA, Nationwide, LPGA, JPGA, JLPGA, KLPGA Tours and more. The company is known for taking great pride in this department as it remains a leading unit within FOURTEEN GOLF. Most recently, they signed a three year endorsement deal with the highly popular PGA Professional Ryuji Imada who joins the talented Arjun Atwal and Chad Collins as FOURTEEN GOLF professional staff players. The company has celebrated 38 professional tour wins in the last two seasons.

Here are some photos from the 2012 Honda Classic.

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What’s the most forgiving and longest driver you’ve played in past 5 years? – GolfWRXers discuss

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In our forums, our members have been discussing the most forgiving and longest driver they’ve played over the past 5 years. WRXer ‘bogeykibg’ poses the question and also asks “does forgiveness mean shorter?”, and our members have been sharing their thoughts on the subject in our forum.

Here are a few posts from the thread, but make sure to check out the entire discussion and have your say at the link below.

  • Kai Slater: “The Callaway Rogue ST Max driver is the most forgiving/long driver that I’ve personally tried.  It’s my current driver and, although, I see no reason to change, I’m very curious about trading up to the AI Smoke when the prices drop later this year.”
  • Ger21: “Srixon ZX5 LS MK II. Remarkably forgiving.”
  • scooterhd2: “If we are talking about average on course distance, and not max distance, or good hits on a sim, then its G400MAX. Theres no rollout in the woods or the lake. Hit em straight.”

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What club purchase has more impact on overall game: Driver or putter? – GolfWRXers discuss

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In our forums, our members have been discussing whether a driver or putter purchase has more impact on the game of a player who regularly shoots in the 70s.

Here are a few posts from the thread, but make sure to check out the entire discussion and have your say at the link below.

  • hammergolf: “It’s always baffled me that guys will spend $500 at the drop of a hat to hit it 8 yds further, but will balk at spending that same $500 on a putter that could improve their score much more.”
  • WipeyFade: “I think with both it’s more about forgiveness than anything. I guess it would depend on which you mishit the most. In my opinion the only difference between a 10 year old driver and a new driver is going to be the forgiveness level. Same with putters.”
  • rooski: “The technology of a newer driver will do much more in forgiveness than any putter technology that has come out since they were shafted with wood (other than maybe L.A.B, that’s some real stuff). That being said, if you currently don’t like your putter, I would upgrade it first given that you seem to enjoy your current driver. If your current driver/putter are roughly equal, I’d go driver first.”
  • sheepdawg: “I’m a whole lot more finicky with drivers. I can putt pretty decent with most anything. Driver has to suit me just so.”

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Most forgiving players irons? – GolfWRXers discuss

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In our forums, our members have been discussing players irons. WRXer ‘NorthTXGolf’ is on the hunt for some new irons but is putting a priority on forgiveness, and has reached out to fellow members who have been sharing their thoughts and advice on the subject in our forum.

Here are a few posts from the thread, but make sure to check out the entire discussion and have your say at the link below.

  • Sam217: “i230 has got to be one of the most forgiving players irons available. Cobra King Tour another. Don’t sleep on the New Level 480 DB coming out soon.”
  • RangeBaller: “ZX5/ZX7 and i230 should definitely be in your testing pool.”
  • YAMS49: “Another I210 homie here… Very highly recommended if you want/need spin and a consistent yardage.”
  • golf-RN: “I second the Cobra King Tour irons. I am not the greatest ballstriker by any stretch of the imagination and I find the King Tours very forgiving. Toe strikes might lose 5 or 6 yards with no directional loss. You definitely feel the miss though lol but mishits from the center aren’t punished too hard regarding distance.”

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