Trouble is, I'm 3° upright, and most modern woods have a flat sole. This spells trouble. I have resorted to pulling out old persimmon and late 90s steel fairway woods. These are much more reliable, even though they are tiny in comparison, they seem about ten times easier to hit. But they still go right on me, albeit not as much as an improperly fitted wedge (those must go 5-10° right!). Golf companies sell a hundred different models of woods, and they release a new one every few months, but they seem to forget that not everyone fits their "average" size. Not even custom component companies seem to make their woods in differing lie angles!
Does anyone make woods in different lie angles?