Understanding Your Current Set Of Clubs (Video)
Understanding Your Current Set Of Clubs (Video) Pete Styles â?? PGA Teaching Pro Pete Styles – PGA Teaching Pro

Now if we are going to find space to get hybrid clubs into your bag. One of the first considerations we have should be having a look at what you are currently using. Now when I say having a look at it I don't just mean physically going to irons and I've got woods I actually mean looking at how far they go how well you hit them how often you hit them. So over the next maybe 2 to 3 to maybe even 5 rounds. If you've got time taken note of your clubs make a list of them a note down how many times you actually use them. So every time you hit it put a little little take next to it and score them off we can work out how many times you've hit those clubs and if you can also work out the distances you're hitting them then start to understand where the gaps are. Where the similarities are in your bag and if you've got 2 clubs are doing the same job you simply don't need them both.

A lot of golfers will find that 3 and 4 runs either the not using one of them or they're going about the same distance as each other. So if you go to 3 and 4 on that you're using so l twice around and both going about 180 yards you don't really need them both take one of them out make space for the hybrid. Like wise if you've got a 5 iron that goes a set distance and then you next club in your bag is a 5 wood that goes a set distance if the distance differences between those 2 clubs is 30 or 40 yards. Then there's a gap and that gap is something that we could fill the hybrid club. So over the next few rounds of golf go through your inventory a new bag look at all the clubs you've currently got mark off each time you use them. If you can do it mark off the distances that you hit them or how successfully you hit them as well then start to look for the similarities and the difference gaps and then start top lug those gaps with your hybrid golf clubs.

2017-05-10

Pete Styles â?? PGA Teaching Pro Pete Styles – PGA Teaching Pro

Now if we are going to find space to get hybrid clubs into your bag. One of the first considerations we have should be having a look at what you are currently using. Now when I say having a look at it I don't just mean physically going to irons and I've got woods I actually mean looking at how far they go how well you hit them how often you hit them. So over the next maybe 2 to 3 to maybe even 5 rounds. If you've got time taken note of your clubs make a list of them a note down how many times you actually use them. So every time you hit it put a little little take next to it and score them off we can work out how many times you've hit those clubs and if you can also work out the distances you're hitting them then start to understand where the gaps are. Where the similarities are in your bag and if you've got 2 clubs are doing the same job you simply don't need them both.

A lot of golfers will find that 3 and 4 runs either the not using one of them or they're going about the same distance as each other. So if you go to 3 and 4 on that you're using so l twice around and both going about 180 yards you don't really need them both take one of them out make space for the hybrid. Like wise if you've got a 5 iron that goes a set distance and then you next club in your bag is a 5 wood that goes a set distance if the distance differences between those 2 clubs is 30 or 40 yards. Then there's a gap and that gap is something that we could fill the hybrid club. So over the next few rounds of golf go through your inventory a new bag look at all the clubs you've currently got mark off each time you use them. If you can do it mark off the distances that you hit them or how successfully you hit them as well then start to look for the similarities and the difference gaps and then start top lug those gaps with your hybrid golf clubs.