A lot of golfers are having trouble adjusting to the Super Stick golf clubs. In this post, we will show you how to adjust them for optimal performance.
Steps to Adjust Super Stick Golf Club
Follow these simple steps to adjust the super stick golf club.
Step 1: Loosen the screws on the clubhead
If you’re having trouble hitting the ball straight, you might need to adjust your club. One common adjustment is to loosen the screws on the clubhead. This will allow the club to swing more freely and help you hit the ball straighter.
Step 2: Adjust the loft
If you have an older golf club that does not have a loft adjustment system, you can adjust the loft of the club by using a coin or a screwdriver to turn the knob on the clubhead. If your club has a loft adjustment system, follow the instructions provided to adjust the loft.
Step 3: Adjust the lie angle
Adjusting the lie angle on your golf club can help you hit the ball straighter and farther. To adjust the lie angle, you will need to loosen the clubhead screws and turn them counterclockwise. Once the screws are loose, you can turn the clubhead until it is in a position that is comfortable for you.
Start by positioning the clubface so that it is parallel to the ground. Make sure the clubhead is pointing straight down the fairway. Next, adjust the clubhead so that it is at a comfortable angle.
Once you have adjusted the clubhead, the lie angle will be preset and you can move on to the grip.
Follow these steps and you will be able to adjust your Super Stick golf clubs for optimal performance.
Rick Woods is a golf enthusiast and golf player. He likes to write articles related to golf to help juniors. In this blog, he writes articles on rangefinders as he has first-hand experience with the gadget.