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How Does Titleist's Surefit Adapter Work?


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#1 mudmarlin

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Posted 03 January 2013 - 02:35 PM

Does anyone know how this thing actully changes loft and lie?  Are the notches different depths or is the shape of the adapter irregualer in a way to bend the club heads positon? I am looking it now and still can't figure it out.  Just curious.


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Posted 03 January 2013 - 05:22 PM

I think the way that it works is that each of the two rings has 4 lengths corresponding to the 4 "teeth". Each ring combination results in 4 lengths that offsets the shaft in the head to produce the loft/lie shown in the chart.  It would only take 3 lengths to get the angle so the 4th is determined by the other 3.  The rings/head fit together well and seems pretty well made.




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