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Fourteen TC-550 Forged Irons


$1,200.00 Released October, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Looks clean and simple at address, nice lines. Allows you to work your shots, lots of flexibility. Pops the ball up in the air right away with plenty of distance.

The Cons:Not very forgiving, mis-hits go very wrong. Scuffs really stand out against the reflective surface. If the sun is at the wrong angle, it can reflect up in your eyes at address.

Fourteen's TC-550 Forged Irons are for players with a medium handicap. Spanning the 3 iron to pitching wedge, these irons have a clean head shape that promotes workability. The TC-550s have the lowest center of gravity allowed by the USGA, which aids in trajectory control and spin rate control.

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The S25 forged chrome provides a smooth, comfortable feel. The slight offset in these clubs aids in shot accuracy. As with other Fourteen iron offerings, the TC-550s have a sole designed for playability over a variety of lies.

Features

  • Choice of NS Pro 950 GH Steel or MD-370gi Graphite shaft
  • Forged S25 chrome
  • Lowest center of gravity allowed by USGA
  • Nickel chrome satin finish
  • Mirror finish in the cavity
  • Mid launch angle
  • Slight offset
  • 2218 MOI
  • 17.8 center of gravity height
  • S-Flex, R-Flex available in both shafts
  • Club weights: 401g (steel/S-Flex), 398g (steel/R-Flex), 368g (graphite/S-Flex), 364g (graphite/R-Flex)
  • Swing weights: C9.5 (graphite), D0.5 (steel/S-Flex), D0 (steel/R-Flex)

Club Specs

  • 4 iron - 23 degree loft, 60 degree lie, 38.75" club length (steel shaft), 39" club length (graphite shaft)
  • 5 iron - 26 degree loft, 60.5 degree lie, 38.25" club length (steel shaft), 38.5" club length (graphite shaft)
  • 6 iron - 29 degree loft, 61 degree lie, 37.75" club length (steel shaft), 38" club length (graphite shaft)
  • 7 iron - 32 degree loft, 61.5 degree lie, 37.25" club length (steel shaft), 37.5" club length (graphite shaft)
  • 8 iron - 36 degree loft, 62 degree lie, 36.75" club length (steel shaft), 37" club length (graphite shaft)
  • 9 iron - 40 degree loft, 62.5 degree lie, 36.25" club length (steel shaft), 36.5" club length (graphite shaft) 
  • PW - 44 degree loft, 63 degree lie, 35.75" club length (steel shaft), 36" club length (graphite shaft)

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    looks clean and simple at address, nice lines

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    allows you to work your shots, lots of flexibility

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    pops the ball up in the air right away with plenty of distance

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    mirror-like finish is eye-catching and looks very cool

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    has a great feel throughout the swing, easy to put a lot of power into the shot

Cons
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    not very forgiving, mis-hits go very wrong

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    scuffs really stand out against the reflective surface

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    if the sun is at the wrong angle, it can reflect up in your eyes at address

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