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12 months ago
12 months ago
It is my understanding that changing the loft will change the club face. Lofting down opens the club face while adding loft closes the club face.
I am not sure about changing the lie though. I was wondering the same but just never asked.
I am sure the TT folks will be able to clarify.
The there is an effective face angle change as you increase or decrease loft. For every setting you increase the loft, you are effectively closing the club face by 1*. For every setting you decrease the loft, you are effectively opening the club face by 1*. You should still continue to use the lie angle adjustments to help correct the curvature of the ball flight (left to right or right to left).