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Do you any of you know any solution if I want a 7* or 8* upright lie angle. I'm currently hitting 5* up and still hit toe heavy (a lot) on a lie board. Before any of you criticize saying a golf club shouldn't be that upright, I'm going to say I'm a 6'5" using regular length shaft, I have a pretty solid one plane swing and if I use longer clubs I get too much mph in the ball and the back spin makes the ball sky rocket. I know forged clubs can't be bent that much. So do you know any golf compagnies doing that kind of "extreme" golf clubs?
Alllright. Iacas told me to post here so here we go. I am very tall and long armed. I've been playing for a year. I've gone through many sets of used clubs learning what works for me.... graphite, steel, blade, cavity back, stiff, regular, senior flex. I've watched hours and hours of YouTube instruction. So I've got some knowledge. I want to know what is best for me in regards to ball position and flex and bounce and all that. Why do Nicklaus and Norman always play the ball off the left instep, but others move it back. It seems to me you'd have to follow through with your right side
When I bought my irons (used) from a pro shop they adjusted them 1* up for me. This was huge improvement over my first set of irons which I bought as "standard". However, I never gave any thought to the lie angle of my hybrids (I bought them online) until this weekend, when I was cleaning them. I noticed there is an "upright" setting on the tip, so I tried it out of curiosity. Not only was this much more comfortable at address, but the ball flight was very good - a slight draw like my irons. Previously I have played a slight push with those, and I think (I'm hopeful) that's now gone.. An