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PXG adapter question (HELP!!)

 Jgarn117 ·  
Jgarn117Jgarn117 Members  397WRX Points: 38Handicap: 1Posts: 397 Greens
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Does anyone have a visual which shows the lie angles for each of the 8 adapter settings on PXG hybrids / woods?<br />
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I've heard the logo is standard loft, 3 degrees flat. It would nice to see the actual numbers for each (i.e. 58 degrees for standard, X for each of the other settings)<br />
<br />
I would love to know before I install onto my HZRDUS 105.
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Titleist TS3 9.5*, HZRDUS 75 T1100 6.5X
Titleist 917 F3 13.5*, HZRDUS 85 Black 6.5X
PXG 0317 Hybrid 17*, HZRDUS 105 Black 6.5X
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Vokey SM6 56 & 60, DG Tour Issue S400
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  • dklock2dklock2 Members  10WRX Points: 0Posts: 10
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    Jgarn117 wrote:
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    Does anyone have a visual which shows the lie angles for each of the 8 adapter settings on PXG hybrids / woods?<br />
    <br />
    I've heard the logo is standard loft, 3 degrees flat. It would nice to see the actual numbers for each (i.e. 58 degrees for standard, X for each of the other settings)<br />
    <br />
    I would love to know before I install onto my HZRDUS 105.<br />
    <br /><br />I would like to know this as well
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  • spoonme99spoonme99 Members  321WRX Points: 108Posts: 321 Greens
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    Jgarn117 wrote:
    <br />
    Does anyone have a visual which shows the lie angles for each of the 8 adapter settings on PXG hybrids / woods?<br />
    <br />
    I've heard the logo is standard loft, 3 degrees flat. It would nice to see the actual numbers for each (i.e. 58 degrees for standard, X for each of the other settings)<br />
    <br />
    I would love to know before I install onto my HZRDUS 105.<br />
    <br />
    <br />
    Posted:
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  • Awainer1Awainer1 Members  942WRX Points: 114Posts: 942 Golden Tee
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    I've tried to look for a chart like this. As far as I know it doesnt exist
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  • vanyavanya IngerlundMembers  116WRX Points: 54Handicap: 0 UKPosts: 116 Fairways
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    I'm a bit confused by that you tube video. It is not a dual cog tip as far as I can see and he is saying it has a 3 flat and a 2.5 flat lie setting? If that is the case it must also have a 2.5 & 3 up lie setting opposite it? <br />
    Anyone confirm this? <br />
    I'm looking for an upright 3 wood & am struggling.
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  • vanyavanya IngerlundMembers  116WRX Points: 54Handicap: 0 UKPosts: 116 Fairways
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    Thinking about it, I suppose the 58 might be the upright setting, which they call standard and with a 1.5 deg adjustment adapt or the flattest setting could be 3 degrees flatter?<br />
    If the guy in the video is a master fitter he doesn't seem confident in his subject. <br />
    Pressure of the camera I hope.
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  • 95124hacker95124hacker Members  1432WRX Points: 218Posts: 1,432 Platinum Tees
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    From the video, the PXG setting is the flat lie setting. If I wanted +1 deg in loft AND flatter lie than standard, which of the 2 unmarked sides would that be? The one towards the Big Plus or the one towards the Big Minus?

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  • halfsumohalfsumo Members  865WRX Points: 204Posts: 865 Golden Tee
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    I think it may be the exact same as the g410;adapter, so maybe go off of that. There are definitely charts for the g410.

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    Mavrik TripleD 9* Tensei Pro White 60tx
    TS3 15*  Tensei Pro White 70tx
    PXG gen 2 17* Fuji Pro 2.0 85x
    PING G410 hybrid *22 Accra TZ5 95 M4
    PING i210 5-PW MMT 105tx
    PING Glide 3.0 50, 56ss
    Vokey SM7 60 S grind
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  • halfsumohalfsumo Members  865WRX Points: 204Posts: 865 Golden Tee
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    Posted:
    Mavrik TripleD 9* Tensei Pro White 60tx
    TS3 15*  Tensei Pro White 70tx
    PXG gen 2 17* Fuji Pro 2.0 85x
    PING G410 hybrid *22 Accra TZ5 95 M4
    PING i210 5-PW MMT 105tx
    PING Glide 3.0 50, 56ss
    Vokey SM7 60 S grind
    Newport 2 

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