THE VERSATILITY OF USING HYBRID CLUBS
Deciding between long irons, hybrid clubs or woods on longer range shots can sometimes be difficult. Technique between the clubs might also change, even though the clubs may be the same length or degree. In this segment of Course Management, Troy Klongerbo helps us understand not only the difference between hybrid clubs, woods and long irons, but also how technique may vary from club to club.
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USING HYBRID GOLF CLUBS
So with a hybrid, one of the first things you’re going to notice is that it’s going to be closer to the same length as a long iron. It’s going to be a little bit shorter, typically about an inch shorter than your 3 wood or 5 wood. Now with this length, it’s going to give you a lot more control, especially when you’re hitting from different lies, like out of the rough, whether you’re hitting the ball above or below your stance, you’re hitting it out of a divot; it’s going to give you a lot more control through impact, because that club’s going to be a lot shorter.
WHEN TO USE HYBRID CLUBS VS FAIRWAY WOODS
If you have hybrid clubs and are more of a recreational golfer, you may not know when you should use them, or just stick with standard woods. Therefore, Teaching professional Jason Sudenga shows in what situations to use a hybrid. On top of that, he shows when you should just pull out the woods.