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Flamefighter
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Center Field
Member since Dec 2007
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Getting your lies checked and corrected.
What does this normally cost? Also I need to get my putter aligned as well.


PortHudsonPlaya
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Houston
Member since Jul 2017
623 posts

re: Getting your lies checked and corrected.
I would imagine you'd have to get a fitting first. Club Champion in Houston charges $150 for an iron fitting. I just did their driver fitting and they are very thourough and top notch. They also do not act like salesman. I will prob eventually go back and do the entire bag fitting I was so impressed.


barry
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Member since Aug 2006
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re: Getting your lies checked and corrected.
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I will prob eventually go back and do the entire bag fitting I was so impressed.



They do a good job but you can go to Swanson golf school, also a top 100 golf digest fitter and its only 50 bucks if you buy clubs. Sucks that Club Champion charges you 150 no matter what.


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CoachChappy
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Boudin Capitol of the World
Member since May 2013
13162 posts

re: Getting your lies checked and corrected.
Both golf stores in Laffy will let you bring in clubs and check them yourself. You can bend them if you want. If you want it done by them, it's like $100 for a while set.
My guy at golfballs.com will do 1 or 2 clubs without charge.


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KillTheGophers
Texas Fan
Nawtheastlouisiana
Member since Jan 2016
2140 posts

re: Getting your lies checked and corrected.
When my swing was coming on OTP I bent my toe up a couple of degrees....

...as I get my swing back, will that bend up on my clubs cause my shots to go left?


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buzzedgolfer
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Baton Rouge
Member since Oct 2016
147 posts

re: Getting your lies checked and corrected.
I had my wedges checked at Edwin Watts for free last year. I can't imagine an entire set costing that much


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Tigerbythetale
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Las Vegas
Member since Aug 2014
513 posts

re: Getting your lies checked and corrected.
Be advised that loft and lie are not adjustable unless clubheads are forged.



TaderSalad
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mudbug territory
Member since Jul 2014
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re: Getting your lies checked and corrected.
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Getting your lies checked and corrected.



You want a DIY way to check them for cheap? Get some impact that you'd normally put on the face to tell you where you hit the ball and cut it into wide enough strips to cover the sole of your iron (PW, 7i, and 5i). You can use masking tape, but you'll have to find something a bit sturdier to hit off of. impact tape will mark at next to nothing. Put a ball on some really thing ply wood, cardboard and hit a ball. Depending on where the scuff mark is on your iron, you'll know whether your good or need adjusting.

TLDR - put tape on the bottom of your irons and swing on something sturdy to determine if you need to change them.


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Front9Bandit
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Sandos Golf & CC
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re: Getting your lies checked and corrected.
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Be advised that loft and lie are not adjustable unless clubheads are forged.


Said no one in the golf industry ever
This post was edited on 10/9 at 8:07 pm


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