R1 lie angle
Posted 04 January 2013 - 11:42 PM
Taylormade SLDR TP 16 Speeder 8.3 Stiff
Adams Super 9031 20, Adams Peanut 24
Taylormade SLDR 5-PW KBS CTaper 90 stiff
Taylormade Tour Preferred 50 54 60
Taylormade Maranello 81 34 Inches
Posted 05 January 2013 - 01:16 PM
Lie angle is a gage measurement, so if it is 61 at 40 inches its 61 at 50 inches.
What moses is refering to is how you grip the club and if youe remain in the exact same address position.
If you gripped both the original length and the new length at the same spot on the grip and remain in the same address position then - yes - the longer club will cause the toe to come up slightly - but this in my mind is a length issue, not a lie issue.
Posted 05 January 2013 - 04:24 PM
Callaway XHP 3w
X2HP 18 degree
NikeVR 55, SM5 58, Yes Laura
Mizuno MP52 4-pw/ Project X
Posted 05 January 2013 - 06:18 PM
I've just realized that I tried a Nike and a Callaway with lie angles around 58 degrees instead of my R11s and the ball flies straight and further because I can hit the sweet spot better.
Posted 05 January 2013 - 10:38 PM
3 metal: SLDR TI firstname.lastname@example.org*(3.0*Open)@43" Rombax P95x (tipped 1.25")
5 metal: SLDR TI 5w email@example.com(2.5 open) @42.5" TI FIT ON PRO 95XX (100gram) tipped 1.5"
Sans 5 metal, 2 IRION - Titleist 712u (18.5*) PXI 6.5 @ 40"
Irons: Mizzy MP4's 3-PW old school lofts(48* PW) C Taper X 130's
W1 54* Vokey SM5 M Grind (10*Bounce)C taper X ssx1
W2 60* Vokey SM5 L Grind (4* bounce) C Taper X ssx2
Rock Roller - Don T. Cameron NP2 Studio Stainless (tri sole) 340g head @ 34"
Golf Pride Tour 2G Wrap
D4-D5 SW, PW D6, Wedges D9
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