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Date Posted: 12:35:29 04/05/18 Thu
Author: Mike S (Swinford)
Subject: Lie Angle and shaft flex

I am sorry if this is a repeat questions, but I am not that tech savvy when it comes to searching forums. From what I read about the clubs, the lie angle does not need to be adjusted as you would a traditional club ( flatter to avoid hooks, upright to avoid slices, I think) because the length makes the lie angle correct based on your w-t-f measurement, correct? I was also curious if shaft flex is something that needs to be addressed as while the mechanics for everyone are the same, swing speeds are different. I just don't know if that is a meaningful input. Thank you for your assistance.

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[> Re: Lie Angle and shaft flex -- David Lake, 12:20:31 04/06/18 Fri

Mike,

You are correct in that we fit golfers into the ideal lie angle for iron play through club length based upon their W-T-F measurement. This ideal lie angle is 63.5ยบ.

Click on the following link for a detailed explanation of our shafting method:
The Truth about Shaft Flex


David Lake

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