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How should I change my golf swing to hit hybrid irons? Now when you actually make the choice to go with a hybrid iron which is a combination of an iron and a fairway wood with a wide sole, lots of perimeter weighting and lots of forgiveness and the added advantage with a Thomas Golf hybrid over the patent alignment technology on top, the fact is you don’t need to make actually that many changes. The only real change that you should see is the extra forgiveness that the hybrid could give. So I’ve got my 5 iron replacement here which I would normally play just from kind of forward centre in my stance, my stance nice and even, weight distribution, my hands slightly ahead of the ball, now if I did this with a normal fairway wood, I’d be having to move a little bit further forward to try and get that club bottom down a little bit later in my actual swing arch and lift the ball up into the air. With a hybrid because it’s a combination of an iron and a fairway wood, I could swing down and through straight down and through without any alterations at all. And the added advantage of a hybrid club is that 5 iron replacement that is got much higher and much further than my normal 5 iron would have. So if you’re contemplating getting some hybrid irons, you won’t need to make any changes to the swing at all. You can just swing as normal and be comfortable and confident that the ball will fly where you want it to, more often than not.