Hybrid Golf Clubs, Good Reason To Go With Hybrids (Video)
Hybrid Golf Clubs, Good Reason To Go With Hybrids (Video)

Okay. So what’s a good reason to go for hybrid golf clubs for senior golfers? Well in a nutshell; much more simple to use. Look at your golf pack, how many people have got those three woods in there, there was maybe a 3-iron, 4-iron. Are those, is that 3 or 4-iron, do they actually get used or do you tend to have to force a five and six iron. So in other words you have this void of not that you are hitting a club because you haven’t got the consistency or the strength in the swing to actually use those clubs. So Hybrids came out and a great invention it’s literally like a wood that’s cut in half.

They create a deeper cavity and they’ve put more weight around the perimeter, it makes it much more forgiving, the weight is much more lower in the head, it just makes it such a very easy to use golf club, very easy to get the balls up in the air. So the technology is a plus, so look in your golf bag, if you think, you know I don’t really use my long irons, then I would say maybe pull out one of the Hybrids. So this is the number four which was just slotting very nicely for around about 4 and 5 irons sort of distance. Hybrids are easier to use because of what we’ve mentioned, but they are a little bit longer than the irons so you actually benefit from more distance. The set up is really the same as what you would do with the iron. If I’ve got – if I had a 4-iron, I’d have the ball position, maybe three inches inside my heel, four inches inside, I’ve got to put the Hybrid in the same position, I’m not going to change my setup. But what I’m going to focus on, I’m going to focus on hitting down and through just like you would do with your irons not into the back of the ball and up like you would do say a three, would do a driver. So if I set myself up here, nothing different, I want to focus now on hitting down and through just like you would do with the iron. So here we go, swing the club back and down and through. Wow, now that really is some result there, that’s a great golf shot even if I say it myself, that’s a wonderful club, so easy to use. So really is that classic line that the youngsters use, it’s a no brainer. Look at your long irons, they most probably sat in the bag but the grips are still as new as they were than the day you bought them, take them out, get a Hybrid in. And one Hybrid will cover at least 2-irons and if you still think you are not sure about it, go down to the golf club, go down to the driving range and then from that, just maybe get say a dozen golf balls down, pull out your 4-iron, let’s hit 10 4-irons, how did they go, how did the ball flight go? Did you strike them well? Was the direction good, then pull the hybrid out and do the same thing again and I can assure you I would be absolutely amazed if you don’t see more consistency, better ball flight, better results. Hybrids are here to stay, make sure you get one in your bag.
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Okay. So what’s a good reason to go for hybrid golf clubs for senior golfers? Well in a nutshell; much more simple to use. Look at your golf pack, how many people have got those three woods in there, there was maybe a 3-iron, 4-iron. Are those, is that 3 or 4-iron, do they actually get used or do you tend to have to force a five and six iron. So in other words you have this void of not that you are hitting a club because you haven’t got the consistency or the strength in the swing to actually use those clubs. So Hybrids came out and a great invention it’s literally like a wood that’s cut in half.

They create a deeper cavity and they’ve put more weight around the perimeter, it makes it much more forgiving, the weight is much more lower in the head, it just makes it such a very easy to use golf club, very easy to get the balls up in the air. So the technology is a plus, so look in your golf bag, if you think, you know I don’t really use my long irons, then I would say maybe pull out one of the Hybrids. So this is the number four which was just slotting very nicely for around about 4 and 5 irons sort of distance. Hybrids are easier to use because of what we’ve mentioned, but they are a little bit longer than the irons so you actually benefit from more distance. The set up is really the same as what you would do with the iron. If I’ve got – if I had a 4-iron, I’d have the ball position, maybe three inches inside my heel, four inches inside, I’ve got to put the Hybrid in the same position, I’m not going to change my setup. But what I’m going to focus on, I’m going to focus on hitting down and through just like you would do with your irons not into the back of the ball and up like you would do say a three, would do a driver. So if I set myself up here, nothing different, I want to focus now on hitting down and through just like you would do with the iron. So here we go, swing the club back and down and through. Wow, now that really is some result there, that’s a great golf shot even if I say it myself, that’s a wonderful club, so easy to use. So really is that classic line that the youngsters use, it’s a no brainer. Look at your long irons, they most probably sat in the bag but the grips are still as new as they were than the day you bought them, take them out, get a Hybrid in. And one Hybrid will cover at least 2-irons and if you still think you are not sure about it, go down to the golf club, go down to the driving range and then from that, just maybe get say a dozen golf balls down, pull out your 4-iron, let’s hit 10 4-irons, how did they go, how did the ball flight go? Did you strike them well? Was the direction good, then pull the hybrid out and do the same thing again and I can assure you I would be absolutely amazed if you don’t see more consistency, better ball flight, better results. Hybrids are here to stay, make sure you get one in your bag.