Naydelman can you go -1 on loft and set it to D for lie angle? what would the net result be for both loft, lie angle and clubface compared to stock loft/lie settings?
Has anyone found a full adjustment video for the Callaway Rouge Sub Zero Driver 9 degree? The ones that I have found (including the one on the Callaway Website) are limited to your basic adjustments (how to loft up and Draw setting). I want to set up for a fade bias, +2 degrees. Three main questions that I am looking to answer: 1. Why is there a both a N-Neutral and also a S-Standard setting...wouldn't this be the same thing? 2. What is the +1 setting...is this +1 draw or +1 fade? 3. I was fitted for my driver but my club did not line up the bottom dash with the tip dash (they actually set it up two notches to the right, toward the face). What adjustable effect does the bottom adjustable dash have?
S= stated loft....the loft number on the hosel
-1/+1/+2 are all for the loft
N is for neutral bias
D is for draw bias
@einstein9868 there is no defined fade bias you can set it to.
S = Stated loft...in other words either 9.0 or 10.5 degrees depending on which lofted head you have
-1 = 1 degree less than stated loft
+1 = 1 degree more than stated loft
+2 = 2 degrees more than stated loft
N = Neutral lie angle or "stock"
D = Draw lie angle or more upright
Technically though if you set the loft at -1 it does open the face slightly which would give more fade potential but there is no dedicated fade setting.
Obviously, this topic popped up because someone brought it back to life but I can’t for life of me figure out why the 2016 is reply is displayed.. Is there a setting I am missing or is everybody seeing the same?
@BradCe594 same thing I see on all the posts. It's confusing to say the least. Funny thing is it wasn't that way right after the new Community launch a short time ago. It changed shortly afterwards though.