I have 10+ years shafting irons so not an expert but I have been around the block. Ran into something for the first time and need some help. Bought a set of irons recently and noticed two of the clubs have shafts not sitting straight in the hosels. Not a big deal thinking I could pull them and reassemble using shafting beads to line everything up. When I pulled the shafts, cleaned them up, and cleaned out the hosels, I found that the inside of the hosels are not straight. Shafts are not bent in any way. Just seems like the inside of the hosels were manufactured with flaws not allowing the shafts to sit straight. It is creating a few degrees of upright lie angle from what I can see which is unfortunately because I play 2 flat. These are .355 tapers and the fit is good without very much wiggle room. Any ideas on what I can do? Is drilling out the inside of the hosels and option? Seems like this might create too much wiggle room and not allow the shaft to affix to the walls of the hosels properly even with shafting beads. Any help is much appreciated. Thank you.