The new Maltby Design Ruler is the most accurate club length ruler ever made, specifically designed for the club maker that demands perfection. A lie angle reference gauge is attached to the soling plate to ensure that any club will be measured in its correct lie angle position. The ruler platform is set high above the ground to allow modern large headed putters to be correctly measured for finished length. The ruler base has been designed to measure putters up to 53 1/2" in length for those difficult to measure “long” and “belly” putters. The most innovative feature of the Maltby Design Ruler is the spring loaded drop down rearward section of the ruler. Gripped golf clubs can be accurately measured regardless of the shape or size of the grip. This is especially important with assembled putters. A second rule has also been added to the back of the ruler for measuring tip trim amounts from raw shafts.
Accurately measures the lengths of assembled woods, irons, wedges and putters with grips regardless of the grip size or shape.
Attached lie angle gauge allows lie angles to be set and or checked during measuring for added accuracy.
Double bend putters can be correctly measured along the shaft axis.
Heavy duty construction to withstand the demands of high volume repair shops.
Shaft cradle securely holds raw shafts when measuring tip trim amounts.
Easily measures long putters up to 53 1/2" in length.
Maltby Club Length Ruler is rated
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Great productThe ruler is typical of all Maltby top end products. It's very well built, it does exactly what it's designed for and will last for ever. I had this delivered to the UK and it also arrived after about a week. An excellent product.
No matter how much I tighten the sole plate screws there is a lot of play in the sole plate. When the clubhead comes in contact with the sole plate, it moves and the lie angle has changed. Is there a way to set the lie angle securely?
Asked by: John
The way it is set up with the springs it will not lock down tight. You should be able to take one of the springs off and put a wash, probably a lock washer and you should be able to lock it in place.