Ultimately, your answer is yes, you can do this. Everyone’s comments are super helpful! If possible, it is wise to consult a fitter or your local PGA Pro to determine what will be best for your individual game. I’ve forgotten my password. Posted December 29, Thats a lot , isnt it? I would check my loft and lie specs about once a month in the shop.

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At least 2deg noo problem. A good tune-up is a good tune-up regardless of the final loft gaps. I’ve forgotten my password.

If I know how it hits now I can adjust for a loft change but i dont know what the hell changing offset does. Advertise with us Privacy Terms.

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Dutchie79 0 Member Joined: Captain Bondo, on 27 June – Please login to post a comment. Sign up for a new account in our community. Never go more than 2 degrees when making adjustments. Standard answer is about 4 degrees. Expert editorial reviews, breaking golf tour and industry news, what to play, how to play and where to play.


Changing your loft on an adjustable driver

Fall colors pre peak. Usually not alwaysthis will lead to longer, shallower and straighter divots.

The bounce angle will also change when making the clubs stronger or weaker. I did the math on these numbers years ago when I had an early release and wondering why I could not hit the irons very far.

If anything I am a digger in the golf swing. I’m sensing a disconnect here.

Just know that by strengthening your loft by 2 degrees you will lose 2 degrees of bounce. Krt22, on 27 June – Sign In Sign Dellft.

We’re not robotic enough to predict that exactly 3 or 4 degrees is the correct gap empirically. Hi everyone, sorry for the slow reply! October 17, Last active: This thread is days old.

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Register for free today! Couldn’t agree more with your entire post. A standard golf shop, or fitting center will be able to do this. Everyone’s comments are super helpful! If you have any doubt about the hand position, think of this scenario. Bag 1 F7 9.


One degree isn’t much. I have read that if you bend 1 degree strong you lower the bounce on the iron. I’d start with the pivot Learn to compress the ball into the ground and it will change your game. By bigoakJuly 24, in Golf Talk.

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