Having confidence and trust in your ability to hit any target you set for yourself, is a sweet place to be. The right iron setup helps you hit more accurate shots more consistently and can go a long way to helping you believe.
A lie angle that is too flat causes slices, while one that is too upright can lead to hook shots. The very best golfers can compensate for an incorrect lie angle. For the rest of us, it means less accurate shots and a less consistent swing.
The lie angle cannot always be changed easily, so it’s best to make sure yours is correct for a new set of clubs before you buy them.
Due to swing compensations, lie angle at address doesn’t necessarily indicate lie angle at impact. So we should check your lie angle during a swing.
There are over 1,000 potential iron configurations for each golfer. We’ll help you find your ONE so you can hit your target.