The lie angle (angle in degrees between the shaft and the ground) of your irons should change in a consistent manner from club to club.
Your irons are probably out of spec if you haven’t had them checked and adjusted. This causes directional inconsistencies from iron to iron.
Have us calibrate / adjust your irons to ensure they are the best they can be.
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The lie angle of each of your irons is the angle between the shaft and the ground. This lie angle directly affects both the direction of the shot and side spin which is generated. For example, suppose your 9 iron has a lie angle of 62 degrees while your pitching wedge is at 64 degrees. If you swing them with the same swing motion, the 9 iron shot WILL end up right of the pitching wedge by 6 to 15 feet, depending on how far you hit it. In order to hit the 9 iron and pitching wedge in the same spot you would have to aim differently or modify your swing. Not a good thing since a consistent swing is what we want. To ensure that your irons are consistent from club to club, they need to be checked and probably calibrated. For more information about your irons or to have your irons adjusted, call or email Nice Shots at your earliest convenience. More consistent shot making is in store for you.
YOUR IRON LIE ANGLES ARE PROBABLY OUT OF SPECIFICATION
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