By Tom Wishon

Over the past three years, virtually every golf equipment company has introduced their new driver designs with an adjustable hosel sleeve device mounted in the hosel of the clubhead.  The primary claim for the adjustable hosel drivers is for them to offer golfers a change in the loft angle of the head.

Unfortunately there is a lot of confusion about this because very few of the companies offering adjustable hosel drivers tell golfers precisely how they have to use the club to achieve a change in the loft.

Upon changing the hosel sleeve positions, the ONLY way that an adjustable hosel driver can offer a change in the loft is if the golfer ALWAYS HOLDS THE CLUB WITH THE FACE SQUARE TO THE TARGET LINE BEHIND THE BALL after the hosel sleeve is rotated into a different position.

As a golfer if you are used…

Read the rest of what Tom has to say about Can You Really Change The Loft With An Adjustable Hosel Driver in the July 2015 Monthly Handicap Improver here:

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