Last year I was fitted 1 degree upright for a new set of ap2 irons. After hitting them for a year, I became very consistent. Just a few days ago, I stupidly decided to check my lie using the tape at GT. (I did hit the driving range before). After several consistent shots with different clubs, the tape evidently showed I needed another 2 degrees upright (making a total of 3). Long story short, I got them bent at GT, could not hit my 4 or 5 iron and then had them bent back to 1 degree upright from standard. I therefore have a few questions:
1- Is it bad that the clubs have been bent 3 times? Will performance be affected?
2- I read in another article about the chrome crimping if you go above 2 degrees upright. What does crimping look like? I have almost unnoticeable dips in the chrome where it was bent, but no wrinkles or edges can be felt.
3- Will the clubs bend out of shape more easily now that they have been bent 3 times?
As you may have guessed, I take good care of my clubs and am obsessed :P Any help would greatly be appreciated, thanks.