Do you need Lie Adjustment?

Lie angles are described as too upright, too flat or correct.
A lie angle that is too upright will cause the ball to go left of the target and a lie that is too flat will cause the ball to go right of the target.

Whether or not a golfer needs to have the lie adjusted on their irons can be a tough thing to tell just by looking at measurements.
In reality, the best scenario would be to have a golf pro or a trained club fitter look at a golfers swing and tell them whether or not lie adjustment is needed.
However, there are some standard measurements that will work for a majority of golfers.
Please use our custom golf club fitting tool to see what it recommends for your personal measurements.