Loft & Lie

Loft and lie adjustments are crucial aspects of club fitting in golf. Loft refers to the angle of the clubface relative to the shaft, determining the trajectory and distance a golf ball will travel.

Adjusting loft can help fine-tune your club's performance for specific shot requirements. Lie angle, on the other hand, is the angle at which the clubhead rests on the ground when addressing the ball.

Correcting the lie angle ensures that the clubface makes optimal contact with the ball at impact, promoting accuracy and minimizing unwanted shot shapes.

Customizing both loft and lie allows golfers to better match their clubs to their individual swing characteristics, enhancing overall performance and increasing their chances of achieving desired results on the course.