Lie angles almost always range from the mid-50 degrees (in drivers) to the mid-60 degrees (in short irons).

In irons, the range is typically from 59 or 60 degrees to around 64 degrees.

## What is the standard lie angle for irons?

GOLF CLUB LIE ANGLES

Irons | Standard Lie Angle |
---|---|

6 | 61.0 deg |

7 | 62.0 deg |

8 | 63.0 deg |

9 | 64.0 deg |

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## How important is lie angle with irons?

To briefly summarize, the lie angle of your irons is extremely important because it will greatly affect the initial direction of your shots. Not all irons are created equal, and most players are using irons that likely do not have the right specifications for their swing.

## Does 1 degree lie angle make difference?

A golf club’s lie angle measures the angle formed by the shaft and the clubhead’s sole. If the lie angles of your clubs are 1 degree greater than the manufacturer’s standard, your clubs are 1 degree flat. If your lie angles are lower by 1 degree, the clubs are 1 degree upright.

## Does lie angle matter on a driver?

Driver lie angle is the angle in degrees between the centerline of the hosel and the ground line when the ground line is in contact with the center of the sole from heel to toe. Most drivers are between 56 and 60 degrees, and obviously the pros get theirs custom built to their specs.