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Who can flatten lie on super 9031 hybrid


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Anybody can. How many will want to risk it.. Not many. How flat do you want it bent? IF you know how to use a loft and lie machine and have a heat gun give it a little heat and see if you can move it. You will feel if it will move or snap. I have moved a few hybrids just to see, it is not a very fun thing to do lol.

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I just had an authorized dealer send mine back to Adams. They weren't the fastest in the industry, but they bent them 2 degrees flat and I just paid around $10 for shipping. I've heard too many horror stories from people that "thought" they could bend hybrids. Like the above posts ... anyone could do it, but do you trust just anyone??

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Agree with doing the above. If Adams offers the service, send it back to them. If it breaks, they will take care of you. Attempting it is easy, accomplishing it without breaking it is the hard part.

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That hybrid will break at the base of the hosel at 5 1/2 degrees flat. I broke a 9031 and a pro gold both at this point. I still have a 18 degree pro gold that is at 4 1/2 or 5 flat that i played for a couple of years. It will take a big stout bar even with heat. If you are interested in a 18 pro gold give me a ring. I would be willing to part with. It is one of a kind.

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Adams bent my 20 and 23 but I had a friend do it at UST. This does not have a UST shaft in it. I emailed Adams now taylormade but it goes to California. I know to do it properly you must have a jig. I have been through this circus before. You can not bend without a jig. Right now it is a hook machine and needs to be flattened 2 or 3 degrees. I know three are very few that can do it right. I am looking for that guy. Thanks.

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