I've been looking at a new set of irons and had a fitting with the PGA pro at a local golf superstore. He noticed I have a swing flaw that is causing me to come over the top. *If* I can break that bad swing habit, the lie angle would be different than what it would be for my current swing. I'm certainly willing to work on it, but bad habits can be hard to break. Which way should I go?
On a more abstract level, should the fitting be dependent on the way I swing the club the day I'm fitted? I am a high handicap and inconsistent. I'm afraid I could get fitted three times and get 3 different results. Intuitively, it seems like the lie angle should be based on posture and the way the ball is addressed, not the motion of the swing.