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  1. I was able to get it bent to about 76.5 degrees. I’ll check out some custom hosels
  2. I converted my spider tour black to an Arm-lock. Added 6” ext to make it 40” long and used the jumbomax 17” flat grip. These putters come stock 70 degree lie angle. From what I’ve read 78 degrees is standard for an arm lock. I want to have my bent upright 8 degrees... would that be possible?
  3. What lie and loft adjustments should be made?
  4. And just the flirt with the idea... do you think that having a flatter lie angle would shallow the shaft in the downswing? To get the club to proper position at impact the club would have to come in on a more shallow plane right?
  5. Would you just prescribe a “just do it” drill for this? Just get my right elbow to my trial hip sooner
  6. Thank you Monte, I will work on that as well
  7. I do feel more confident with my 4 iron then I do my other irons. It’s a titleist tmb18. My 9-5 iron are mizuno mp18. They have different lie specs.
  8. Post my swing above. The toe of my club sits up at address. This is one reason why I thought that maybe flattening my lie angle would improve my impact position.
  9. I will give it a try thank you. My miss is only a few yards. Nothing crazy. It’s more psychological than anything. I feel more confident when playing a shot above my feet. I feel more balanced, centered, etc. So if I can get that feeling by manipulating my club specs, and by doing so increase my confidence over the ball then that’s a win for me.
  10. I never said that the above the feet shot is closing the face
  11. That’s my exact point of this post. My point of the post is that I hit shots that are above my feet perfectly straight and basically how can I manipulate my clubs specs to help imitate that feel to a level shot. If that makessense?
  12. My point of the post is that I hit shots that are above my feet perfectly straight and basically how can I manipulate my clubs specs to help imitate that feel to a level shot. If that makes sense?
  13. I understand that an upright angle will cause a closed clubface and a heel hit. Resulting in a left miss. But a good player will compensate to not miss left. Stalling the body and then manipulating the hands to open the face at impact.
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