ChitownM2 Posted March 13 Share Posted March 13 I bought my current gamer irons second hand and have gotten along with them pretty well. They were originally 2° up from Srixon standard and also + 1/2" (from prev owner). When I got them I pulled the grips and cut them to std length and have been playing them ever since. After going for a fitting recently, we determined that I'm not going to gain much from a new set of irons but based on the session, it does appear that getting back a couple of swing weight points would be beneficial to my dispersion and also since I'm not coming over the top as much as I was when I first got them, I need to go back to the std lie angle to help reduce some of my left misses. So the plan is to pull the heads and tip weights and then rebuild the same pieces with heavier weights to get me back to D2 instead of the C9.5-D0 they are currently at. I have all the tools required to do that, but can't do the lie adjustment as I don't have the machine and wouldn't try it on my gamers even if I did. My question is: Should I go have the lie angles adjusted and then pull the shafts and re-build or re-build them and then take them to have the lie angle changed? In theory adjusting the lie angle would have a small effect on swing weight so I should do that first, but it's also possible that even with centering beads that I wouldn't get the shaft perfectly centered in the head so maybe it makes sense to adjust lie afterward? Also possible that the differences are going to be so minimal that it doesn't make a difference either way..... 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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