Want to measure your golf clubs? This is the best technique
But while most golfers understand that golf-club lie angle and loft need to be checked and adjusted using specialty tools, many golfers don’t understand that club length is also measured in a specific way to ensure consistency from club to club.
This not only helps club builders make sure they can build and recreate clubs within tight tolerances, but also makes sure that the clubs they’re building conform to the rules of golf when it comes to length requirements — most specifically with the driver, which is limited to 46 inches.
So with that in mind, we wanted to do our best to help explain how golfers often look at their clubs is not the proper way to assess length, and also explain why you might see inconsistencies when resting your clubs against a wall, which is impacted by their design traits.
Below is a video on best practices for measuring your clubs.
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