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Maximum Lie Angle Adjustment

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#1 Jc0


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Posted 26 December 2010 - 12:58 AM

How much can an iron be bent without breaking.  I am looking to get new wedges and I have heard that forged can be bent easier than cast.  I was wondering if this is true and how much can each handle.

On another note, I was also considering making the wedges slightly flatter than the rest of my set, like 2 degrees.  Has anyone done this and what was your experience with it.

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Posted 26 December 2010 - 11:05 AM

Pretty much the softer the metal the more you can bend them safely. Forged is much easier to bend and can be adjusted quite a bit. Cast is harder and depending on material can break. I have never broke one but have heard some of the Clevelands break very easily. Pings are hard to bend but the ones with the channel cut on the hosel, I have bent those 3 to 4 degrees.


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