Adjust lie for T200

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By Dominic N

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  1. I was wondering if I can have a local golf smith bend my t200’s 3 degrees upright? I was told it’s impossible.

  2. Don O

    Don O
    Madison, WI

    It's not impossible, but no one will take responsibility Titleist recommends +/-2 degrees. Beyond that the potential increases that the surface along the hosel may crack. ...or worse.

    Titleist doesn't charge for placing an order with custom specifications. The stock head is a neutral lie. If specified on an otherwise rack model in an order, they have a +2 degree lie head, so that one can be bent to a total of +4 from neutral as delivered.
  3. That's a lot of movement, 2* is typically the max in house shops will do on cast clubs. Titleist starts off a bit more upright than most manufacturers so it would be like 4* up on a png or miz. I would have a clubfitter advise you on how much to bend them. Unless you are a very handle high player i suspect you are wanting them bent because you are toe heavy on your divots - if that is the case have your clubfitter check your club path, a severe out to in path will be toe down no matter how upright you go.
  4. Joseph M

    Joseph M
    Saint John, New Brunswick

    Not, recommended, but, not impossible- Titeist recommend 2 degrees maximum.
  5. I've heard that the ability to adjust the lie depends on if the irons heads are forged. I am running into an issue with my T300 irons as well. They were adjusted +2* and now Im told they cant be adjusted anymore due to the heads not being forged.
  6. Joseph M

    Joseph M
    Saint John, New Brunswick

    There other stainless steel materials (such as 431 and 304) that other manufacturers will adjust at least 3 degrees- png using (heat treated) 17-4 stainless also goes beyond 3 degrees. There is always the risk of breakage when bending- perhaps Titleist will advise you of the material they use and you can make an informed decision from there.

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