Just a general thought .... does the lie affect the shot that much? If the lie is too flat, the toe would catch first, leave the face open and you constant miss would be to the right. (for a right handed player) If the lie is too upright, just the opposite would occur and your miss would be to the left. It doesn't matter what the club looks like at address (the toe up or too flat), rather what it looks like at impact. That's why you use a lie board to hit a few shots to see where you are hitting the sole.
Am I correct in assuming this??
I just want to make sure I made the correct decision on my new AP2 irons! Yikes ... I would hate to send them back already to get adjusted. It's been too cold out to even hit them and I have had them for almost a week! I am going through withdrawal!
Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated.