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post #19 of 21
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Originally Posted by michaeljames92 View Post

It works because the shaft does not sit perfectly in the middle of the sleeve, it is on an angle. So when you rotate the sleeve around it produces different lies and lofts. If you take the sleeve out of the head and rotate it around you will notice that the sleeve angle is not the same as the shaft angle.


The TM sleeves are only canted on the very end, where the lugs are.   The tapered section around the middle is what keeps it aligned to the hosel bore.

post #20 of 21

Hi there all you golfing techno gurus. I bought  the Ping G25, with a 9.5 degrees loft. How does this changing of the loft really works?

 

Regards.

post #21 of 21

Moparman 426 is absolutely correct.  If you look at the very tip of the adapter on the TM r11 fairway wood you will see that it is tilted by an angle of 1.5 deg which means when you rotate the shaft in the hosel 180 deg you will achieve a total adjustment of 3 degrees (From 15.5 deg to 18.5 deg (on a 17 deg 4 wood....my club)  Rotating it to the middle of the adjustment (90 deg) gives you the standard loft which is 17 deg on the TM 4 wood.

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