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VINTAGE Callaway Hickory Stick Wedge & Great Big Bertha Hawk Eye Driver
VINTAGE Callaway Hickory Stick Wedge & Great Big Bertha Hawk Eye Driver
   $20.00
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Callaway Hickory Stick Wedge Golf Club
Callaway Hickory Stick Wedge Golf Club
   $40.00
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GREAT!! Callaway Hickory Stick Milled Face MF-1 Blade 36" Putter NICE!!
GREAT!! Callaway Hickory Stick Milled Face MF-1 Blade 36" Putter NICE!!
   $45.00
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Callaway Hickory Stick Third Wedge/Hi Lob 59* RH
Callaway Hickory Stick Third Wedge/Hi Lob 59* RH
   $45.49
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Callaway Hickory Stick Wedge Golf Club Third Wedge Soft Hi-Lob
Callaway Hickory Stick Wedge Golf Club Third Wedge Soft Hi-Lob
   $14.95
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Callaway Hickory Stick Wedge & Putter!! Great Condition!! Low Price!!
Callaway Hickory Stick Wedge & Putter!! Great Condition!! Low Price!!
   $80.00
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Callaway Hickory Stick "The Purist" putter  by Tony Manzoni...36"...LEATHER grip
Callaway Hickory Stick "The Purist" putter by Tony Manzoni...36"...LEATHER grip
   $59.99
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Vintage Callaway Hickory Stick "The Purist" Billy Casper Putter - 10/10 conditio
Vintage Callaway Hickory Stick "The Purist" Billy Casper Putter - 10/10 conditio
   $125.00
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Callaway Hickory Stick 59* Third Wedge Soft Hi-Lob w/ Wood Shaft Golf Club 34"
Callaway Hickory Stick 59* Third Wedge Soft Hi-Lob w/ Wood Shaft Golf Club 34"
   $49.99
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CALLAWAY HICKORY STICK PUTTER---The Purist---NEW !!!!----Steel Core---
CALLAWAY HICKORY STICK PUTTER---The Purist---NEW !!!!----Steel Core---
   $99.00
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Vintage Callaway Hickory Stick MF-2 Putter
Vintage Callaway Hickory Stick MF-2 Putter
   $30.00
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Vintage CuBe Bronze RH CALLAWAY 59* 3rd Hi Lob WEDGE HICKORY STICK IRON
Vintage CuBe Bronze RH CALLAWAY 59* 3rd Hi Lob WEDGE HICKORY STICK IRON
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35" Callaway Hickory Stick Little Poison II Putter. RG Danny Edwards Grip.
35" Callaway Hickory Stick Little Poison II Putter. RG Danny Edwards Grip.
   $63.50
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CALLAWAY HICKORY STICK HI-LOB THIRD WEDGE
CALLAWAY HICKORY STICK HI-LOB THIRD WEDGE
   $30.00
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NEW, 'VINTAGE' HICKORY STICK 'THE PURIST' PUTTER BY CALLOWAY
NEW, 'VINTAGE' HICKORY STICK 'THE PURIST' PUTTER BY CALLOWAY
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Loft / Lie Adjustment methodology

*rishGolfer said: I figured I'd get my irons checked and possibly tweaked. I spoke to my club maker and he suggested putting a strip of electrical tape on the sole of all my irons and hitting shots. He will be able to tell from the wear marks how much adjusting needs to be done. That makes sense, right? Here's my question. Can he make a call from one club or does he need to see each each club in the set to tweak accordingly? Say I swing my 6 iron and it turns out my swing dictates that my clubs should be standard loft and lie. Is there not a chart / set of numbers he uses with the loft / lie adjustor that will correlate throughout the set? Or is it more black magic in that he tweaks each club according to the marks. I'm sure someone has asked this before. So please point me to the link. Thanks.

d*ve. said: Yes it makes sense, and yes, you need to check every club, particularly if they are forged. Which is your favourite iron?

*rishGolfer said: Quote: Originally Posted by dave. Yes it makes sense, and yes, you need to check every club, particularly if they are forged. Which is your favourite iron? Cheers Dave 6 iron - 165.5 yards constant

Lyl*G said: I never check for lie angle using sole tape anymore. Most people make adjustment in their hands, and no matter how much you bend the club they will mark it on the same spot. I now use impact tape on the face and ball flight. When you start getting consistent center contact and the proper ball flight you have the right lie angle. Much, much more consistent.

*rish said: as a rule of thumb if someones miss is always a pull or slight hook to the left...would the lie be to upright or too flat??

MCD*vis said: upright = hook flat = slice as a general rule.

*rish said: Quote: Originally Posted by MCDavis upright = hook flat = slice as a general rule. so if I'm hooking I'd get them bent flatter?? for a hook does the heel not hit the ground first ??

Lyl*G said: Lie angles will generally tend to cause the ball to start on a certain line. Hooks and slices are not lie angle issues, they are swing issues.

MCD*vis said: I see what you're saying, Lyle. But, if a club is too upright, won't the tendency be for the ball to head left of center (for a right handed player) and if too flat, right of center? Hook and slice may not be 100% accurate, but isn't that the correct direction?

Lyl*G said: Quote: Originally Posted by MCDavis I see what you're saying, Lyle. But, if a club is too upright, won't the tendency be for the ball to head left of center (for a right handed player) and if too flat, right of center? Hook and slice may not be 100% accurate, but isn't that the correct direction? Yes, that is correct, but it is not for the reasons many think. The heel or toe do not need to dig into the ground as many think. With lie angles that are off the face will not be square to the target regardless of if the club touches the ground or not. However to think that lie angle problems are causing ones hooks or slices is a recipe for disappointment.

MCD*vis said: Quote: Originally Posted by LyleG Yes, that is correct, but it is not for the reasons many think. The heel or toe do not need to dig into the ground as many think. With lie angles that are off the face will no the square to the target regardless of if the club touches the ground or not. However to think that lie angle problems are causing ones hooks or slices is a recipe for disappointment. Don't worry...I know what causes my hooks (I rarely slice)...I suck!! :laugh: