How to accurately check the lie angle of your golf clubs


If the lie angle of your golf club is not correct, you will not be able to hit the ball as you aim.

The same goes for your short game.

If you find that every time you hit a shot, it’s off to the right or off to the left, the lie angle of your club may not be right.

The lie angle is very important for an accurate short game, so it is important to know exactly what you are doing.

Here is an easy way to check your lie angle without any special tools.

Some people use a shot marker that can cover the sole to check the lie angle, but this is not an “accurate” way to check the lie angle.

With this method, you can see if you are upright or flat, but you can’t tell how many degrees your lie angle is off.

The same is true for determining the lie angle based on height and hand length.

Some people set up more upright, some more hand-down.

It is difficult to determine the exact lie angle based on height and hand length.

The following procedure is the easiest and most accurate way to check your lie angle.

First, you will need a water-based pen (oil-based will not work) and a shot marker such as the following

Draw a straight line on the golf ball with a water-based pen as shown below.

Set the ball so that the line is aligned with the target. Set the ball so that the middle of the line touches the ground.

Make sure the line is on the ground properly.

If the line is not on the ground, it cannot be measured properly.

However, if you can’t get it right, you can try again, so let’s try it first.

Then, take a shot with the club you want to measure the lie angle with.

When you do so, the shot markers will show shot marks and water-based pen lines.

It looks like this.

It didn’t work the first time, so I did it twice.

In this case, the line of the water pen is perpendicular to the bottom line of the club, so the lie angle is correct (it is slightly upright, but I think this is OK).

If this line of the water pen is pointing outward, the lie angle is too upright.

If the line is pointing inward, the lie angle is too flat.

To test it out, I teed up and took a shot. This is the leftmost line.

The line points outward and becomes more upright.

You can’t get the trend just once, so you should try a few times and if the trend is the same, you should adjust the lie angle.

You can get a rough idea of how to adjust the lie angle by measuring the inclination of the line, which is upright or flat.

Even a 0.5-degree deviation in lie angle can result in a large error if you fly 50 or 100 yards.

If you try to correct the deviation, you may develop strange habits, so you definitely want to adjust the lie angle to improve your game.