# FAQ: How To Set The Lie Angle On Ping Golf Clubs?

Contents

- 1 Can you adjust lie angle on Ping irons?
- 2 Can Ping irons be bent for lie?
- 3 What should my lie angle be?
- 4 How many degrees can you bend Ping irons?
- 5 How much does it cost to have lie angle adjusted?
- 6 Does 1 degree lie angle make difference?
- 7 Can you adjust lie angle on a driver?
- 8 Does lie angle matter on Irons?
- 9 Does changing lie angle affect loft?
- 10 Can Mizuno JPX 900 hot metal irons be bent?
- 11 What happens if my lie angle is too upright?
- 12 Does lie angle affect distance?
- 13 Does upright lie promote a draw?

## Can you adjust lie angle on Ping irons?

Irons lie can be adjusted although with ping being cast there is less room for movement and greater chance of head fracture, any pro or golf shop with workshop should be able to help.

## Can Ping irons be bent for lie?

Ping irons are some of the most difficult to bend and will rebound at times after bending because of the memory in the steel used. Ping does have a unique way of bending which includes some sort of mallet hammer in the process.

## What should my lie angle be?

Lie angles almost always range from the mid-50 degrees (in drivers) to the mid-60 degrees (in short irons). In irons, the range is typically from 59 or 60 degrees to around 64 degrees. ( Lie angles on putters reach into the 70s.)

## How many degrees can you bend Ping irons?

All PING irons since the original i3’s (with the notch in the hosel) can be bent about 4 degrees either way.

## How much does it cost to have lie angle adjusted?

Getting the loft and lie angle checked is going to run you anywhere from $2-$5 per club, depending on the amount of work needed. It’s a relatively inexpensive tune-up that’ll save you some massive headaches once the season kicks into gear, whenever that might be.

## Does 1 degree lie angle make difference?

Yes it will make a difference, I play 2 degree upright and + 1 /2. If your hitting the ball left all the while (I am guessing your right handed) won’t be to do with having the lye angle to flat. If the lye angle was to flat the toe would dig in first and open the face causing you to miss right.

## Can you adjust lie angle on a driver?

The lie angle is the number of degrees between the center of the hosel and the ground line. This angle needs to be measured while the club is on the ground. The lie angle on a driver is very difficult to adjust, and this is not a standard fitting measurement when you look for a new driver.

## Does lie angle matter on Irons?

To briefly summarize, the lie angle of your irons is extremely important because it will greatly affect the initial direction of your shots. Not all irons are created equal, and most players are using irons that likely do not have the right specifications for their swing.

## Does changing lie angle affect loft?

The first thing to know is that lie angle being incorrect is the most important on clubs with more loft. The more loft a club has, the more magnified an incorrect lie angle will be when it comes to the direction of your golf ball. This means the lie angle of the club is adjusted too upright for you.

## Can Mizuno JPX 900 hot metal irons be bent?

Yes, we can adjust our +/- 2 degrees from standard. In cases with the forged clubs we can usually bend to as much as 3 degrees.

## What happens if my lie angle is too upright?

If your lie angle is too upright, then you will tend to hook the ball. It can even cause you to develop swing compensations to correct for it, preventing you from ever developing a consistent, repeatable, and powerful swing.

## Does lie angle affect distance?

Being fit for lie angle is important because it affects the direction and flight of the ball. For instance, if the sole of your club at impact is interacting with the grass more toward the toe then the lie angle is too flat. Loft affects trajectory and spin rate so it determines the distance the ball will travel.

## Does upright lie promote a draw?

The upright lie also promotes a left tilting spin axis, which leads to what’s generally described as draw spin. An upright lie angle basically gives you a head start, but depending on the severity of the slice conditions the golfer generates, it certainly won’t guarantee a draw.