Hybrids from the tee versus hybrid from the deck (Video) lesson by PGA Pros and Pete Styles and Matt Fryer
Hybrids from the tee versus hybrid from the deck (Video) lesson by PGA Pros and Pete Styles and Matt Fryer

A hybrid golf club is so useful to many golfers due to the versatility of being able to hit quality shots both from the tee and from the fairway. Although the clubs are very versatile the golfer is required to make some small adjustments in order to get the best results. During this video Pete and Matt will help you understand how subtle changes to your ball position, bodyweight position and handle position can help encourage the best results when you are hitting a hybrid from the tee or from the fairway.

As you can see here Pete we've got 2 balls we've got a teed up one then we've got a non teed up one. We're both holding hybrids so I want you to tell me the differences between what I'm going to have to do to hit both these balls from those different locations. That's a very very good question I think really relevant because if you've got a hybrid in your bag or you've got a couple of hybrid you get most out of these clubs you should be very comfortable using it on the ground and on tee.

If you're only using your hybrids from one of those situations they're not really hybrids they're not the utility clubs that they are designed to be the purpose and point of these clubs is that they can do 2 jobs. Quite often when we've got the ball down on the ground it could even be in a relatively poor lie in the semi rough as long as we've got enough loft on the clubface we should be able to get that ball off the deck and get it into the sky. Ok so I would notice on the ground that it won't go that high and on the tee peg it might go a little bit higher right Ok perfect so start us off with this one off the deck what we're going to do with this one is it more focussed down at impact are we talking here the difference is there.

2020-01-08

A hybrid golf club is so useful to many golfers due to the versatility of being able to hit quality shots both from the tee and from the fairway. Although the clubs are very versatile the golfer is required to make some small adjustments in order to get the best results. During this video Pete and Matt will help you understand how subtle changes to your ball position, bodyweight position and handle position can help encourage the best results when you are hitting a hybrid from the tee or from the fairway.

As you can see here Pete we've got 2 balls we've got a teed up one then we've got a non teed up one. We're both holding hybrids so I want you to tell me the differences between what I'm going to have to do to hit both these balls from those different locations. That's a very very good question I think really relevant because if you've got a hybrid in your bag or you've got a couple of hybrid you get most out of these clubs you should be very comfortable using it on the ground and on tee.

If you're only using your hybrids from one of those situations they're not really hybrids they're not the utility clubs that they are designed to be the purpose and point of these clubs is that they can do 2 jobs. Quite often when we've got the ball down on the ground it could even be in a relatively poor lie in the semi rough as long as we've got enough loft on the clubface we should be able to get that ball off the deck and get it into the sky. Ok so I would notice on the ground that it won't go that high and on the tee peg it might go a little bit higher right Ok perfect so start us off with this one off the deck what we're going to do with this one is it more focussed down at impact are we talking here the difference is there.