December 22, 2013 By Jim R
I was recently fitted for a set of AP1 clubs. When I was fitted I was wearing flat soled shoes and fitted for a 4 degree flat club. Does the flat soled shoe play a part at all when compared to wearing golf shoes on the course?
December 23, 2013 at 4:31pm
Your shoes you were fit in won't have a direct influence on your lie angle. Trust what you were fit for, since the lie angle you are fit for is based on your ground contact and ball flight.
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