2 degrees upright max

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By Diggey

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  1. So I currently play png irons, which are white dot meaning 1/2 longer and 3 degrees upright. Don't worry all my woods, bag, and balls are Titleist!

    I was fitted and hit my irons well. So, I was looking at getting some Vokeys- possibly a sand and lob wedge for my.bag. What I'm finding is I can only order them 2 degrees upright. Anyone know why these would only go to 2 degrees upright? Am I really going to notice of my irons Re 3 degrees and my wedges are 2 degrees? What can I expect? What are your thoughts team? Thanks in advance.

  2. Chris92009

    Cincinnati, Ohio

    they have a possibility of breaking, however if have bent my wedges as much as 5 degrees by accident while working with them so you can do just about anything. Just do it yourself or find someone that will a loft/lie bending machine. I have one at my house I purchased years ago just like the tour van.

    By the way, certain wedges can be bent easier such as RAW compared to Chrome.

  3. Frank P

    Frank P
    Port St. Lucie, FL

    I would try them at 2 degrees upright since Titleist irons are slightly more upright than png at standard lie to begin with. Then if you need to take them to qualified clubfitter with a loft and lie bending machine and adjust.
  4. Joseph M

    Joseph M
    Saint John, New Brunswick

    I agree with Frank- many recommend wedges being flatter than other irons so may be perfect. Note your pings would be a 4 degree upright effective lie- 3 degrees for white and 1 degree for 1/2 inch longer.

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