Any knowledge on the subject would be appreciated. So my league partner and I are headed to the heated driving range. Blake B Commerce, MI. I should have made the same swing with a 9 iron, to compensate for the lie, but did not. Thanks for everybody for your help! The 4 iron will have a negative bounce if you bend them 2 degrees.
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How to deloft the club with an iron
Would bending it serve the same result? The sole on that thing is tiny compared to any driving iron and I still had no trouble hitting it off the deck. Above this lower body action you would need to set up with the two spine tilts needed to rotate the shoulders such that your chest turns without sway as well.
Not sure about the AP2s. You need to be a member in order to leave a comment. Edited by Reasonability, 26 June – The bounce angle will also change when making the clubs stronger or weaker.
You might as well get a distance gap before bending. Played a mp30 2i for most of the year as a gap from my 3i to my 3 wood.
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We’re not robotic enough to predict that exactly 3 or 4 uou is the correct gap empirically. Any more than that for the loft and you start to encrouch on the spec territory of the club either above or below, and as others have mentioned, aspects like bounce can be adversly effected.
I have my 56 bent to 55 which works very well, but I like low bounce. And yok versa every degree you make a club weaker you add a degree of bounce. I had the same issue 3 years ago.
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Hendo 4 Member Joined: Posted December 28, Can’t wait to golf in Hawaii come March!!! I have mine bent 2 degrees strong and cannot see any visible difference. Already have an account?
Strengthening adds offset, the sole of the club is effectively moved back, the hosel is fixed, therefore the leading edge of the sole moves away from the ball, adding offset. Strengthening the loft should decrease the effective offset shouldn’t it? You don’t say what club it is, but Rev said it sounds like a long iron and I agree. March 28, at You screw with the bounce obviously and I’ve also heard it screws up the offset too.
It will spin less, and fly lower. The folks who are saying it is a Christmas movie appear to be doing it tongue-and-cheek for the most part. I’ve never had a sand wedge bent, I suppose that could be an issue but if you open the blade a bit the bounce comes back.
If you dont like that get the AW and SW and get the gapping. A long iron doesn’t have much bounce anyway since it was made to not take a big divot. One of them was during a handshake.
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As for bending, most irons cast or forged can handle around 2 degrees in most directions. They know how much torque to put on the hozzel.
From getting fitted for wedges I know 4 degrees of bounce makes a difference in my ability to hit a wedge well. Newest Member Brandon Pierce Joined yok hours ago.