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ap 3 bending

Bob D

if i order an ap 3 set 2 degrees up how successful will i be if i want to flatten them slightly. Whats the downside if any ?



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  1. 19hole

    You would be better off getting a proper fitting and having the irons set at the factory. If you bend them after you get them you risk voiding the warranty.
  2. Rob_Roth1

    There isn't but if you bend them and they break you will be out the warranty
  3. Doug E

    You can't do both 2* up and slightly flat. It's an oxymoron. You either go up or flat. Can't do both on the same club. If you meant 2 degrees strong or weak and slightly (1*) flat, that can be accomplished, but I would definitely have it done by Titleist and not a local service shop.
  4. Chris92009

    It depends on a variety of factors, first it depends on which type of heads you get...light (to have a lighter swingweight from longer length irons) begin at +2 degrees up; standard heads have std lie angle so moving up or down two degrees relative to standard is easy; etc....

    Bottom line, If you only want to bend your irons two degrees up or down (from their starting point) you should not have any problem....
  5. augusto r

    Get fitted by titleis or authorize dealer for titleist.
  6. Gary D

    Image a paper clip, now bend it back and forth a couple of times. What happens ? It breaks. Same thing with cast clubs, they're brittle. Get professionally fit to avoid this.

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