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taylormade Stage 2 tour rescue directions?

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Hi everyone,

I have been searching but to no avail. Can someone point me in the correct direction to a chart or directions on the settings of the fitting sleeve. I have the 4 rescue and was hoping to set it in the -1.5 but upright position and its not as clear as I was hoping. I have had a beer but thought it would be easer than this!!!

Thanks- Dale

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as far as I know you can't change the lie angle of the stage 2 hybrid only the loft... each tick on the tip represents .5 degrees.

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Thanks for the link but I have been there. I know it does all those things but it is unclear on the sleeve which settings are which when in the upright positions.

Anyone?

Thanks, Dale

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I own one but don't have it with me... sorry.

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Originally Posted by granitegolf

Thanks for the link but I have been there. I know it does all those things but it is unclear on the sleeve which settings are which when in the upright positions.

Anyone?

Thanks, Dale

Your best bet may be to call TaylorMade in this case as it is obviously not very easy to find what you are looking for. For example, you can Google "Titleist SureFit Chart" and come up with a ton of results. For some reason, TM is lacking and you should give them a call to get what you need.

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Originally Posted by Spyder

Your best bet may be to call TaylorMade in this case as it is obviously not very easy to find what you are looking for. For example, you can Google "Titleist SureFit Chart" and come up with a ton of results. For some reason, TM is lacking and you should give them a call to get what you need.

That was part of my searching to no avail- I called TM and they were helpful and nice but did not have the info for the upright settings. He told me just to try it on the range and see what I like best. Of course I have done that but it would be nice to know what the setting that "I like" is.

So if anyone has figured it out please let me know- Thanks! Dale

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Originally Posted by granitegolf

That was part of my searching to no avail- I called TM and they were helpful and nice but did not have the info for the upright settings. He told me just to try it on the range and see what I like best. Of course I have done that but it would be nice to know what the setting that "I like" is.

So if anyone has figured it out please let me know- Thanks! Dale

I've looked and looked to no avail. When I talk with my club maker, I will ask.

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Originally Posted by Mr. Desmond

I don't think there is an upright setting - I believe it's up or down in loft - meaning face angle closes when loft goes up, face angle opens when loft goes down.

I think there is and even the TM rep said so he was just able to tell me what +- lofts go with which up right settings. They are on the opposite side of the sleeve. I believe there are two upright settings.

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Originally Posted by granitegolf

That was part of my searching to no avail- I called TM and they were helpful and nice but did not have the info for the upright settings. He told me just to try it on the range and see what I like best. Of course I have done that but it would be nice to know what the setting that "I like" is.

So if anyone has figured it out please let me know- Thanks! Dale

That is very, very weird on their part. Hopefully you get the answers that you are looking for.

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I pulled my 2H apart to see if I could figure out the upright markings.. I can see the +/- 1.5 markings... Then beside the lowest setting there's "Upright lie" but no indication what Degree that could be.. pretty poorly executed.

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Originally Posted by granitegolf

I think there is and even the TM rep said so he was just able to tell me what +- lofts go with which up right settings. They are on the opposite side of the sleeve. I believe there are two upright settings.

You're correct according to the TM Website - I edited that post about 30 seconds after posting.

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