Does the driver's lie angle really matter ???Hello All,
I'm new to the forum and need some expert advice.
I have been playing for about 3 seasons. My typical ball flight is fade or weak slice with the driver. I have always played Callaway drivers and most recent is a Bertha 454 9* with an nv65s @ 44.5".
I heard that lie angle affects ball flight in irons (too flat ends in a slice...too upright ends in a hook).
After doing some research on my driver I discovered that it has a lie angle of 56* while most other mfg have their lie angles between 58*-60*.
Does the driver's lie angle matter?
Can this be causing my fade/slice difficulties?
Are there any other equpment factors that influence this ball flight (shaft...grip...)?
I have the same shot shape with my woods (also Cally) but not with my irons.
Thanks in advance,
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