Sometimes my mind just doesn't understand a concept...
To me an upright lie would mean shaft more upright... thus toe of club down?
BUT online I often see this explanation:
An upright lie occurs when you sole the club and the toe of your iron is off the ground and up in air. A flat lie occurs when an iron tilts in the other direction so that the heel is off the turf.
Is my understanding of upright wrong when I think shaft should be more upright and toe FLAT not up?
When I adjust my R9 Supertri from STANDARD to UPRIGHT will toe of driver go up or down ???