Using Hybrid Golfs Club On The Course (Video)
Using Hybrid Golfs Club On The Course (Video) Pete Styles â?? PGA Teaching Pro Pete Styles – PGA Teaching Pro

If a few hybrid golf clubs have now found your way into your golf bag and you have replaced the long irons or the fairway woods, and now the hybrids are in there. Now lets look at some options where the hybrid might be most useful to you. The 1st option could just be off the T.V. You generally find that a hybrid club is slightly shorter in shaft than a drive or slightly more loft but still quite a big confidence giving head. Now this off the tee probably won't go as far as your driver but it should be straighter it should be more accurate it should be easier to use. So a hybrid club could be a nice straight into a narrow fairway, and it's all about distance drive is still probably going to win out but if accuracy is a factor then the hybrid might work well for you the 2nd opportunity where you might find that using your hybrid clubs is the long 2nd shot from the fairway where traditionally it might have been a 3 I know 4 on or even a a fairway wood. The hybrid might just be a little bit easier to use in those get the ball up in the air a little bit but still gives you plenty of distance.

One last opportunity where you might not consider using your hybrid clubs is not too little bump and runs around the side of the green you know those shots in the past with a 7 iron or a 6 sign. Just take and then it runs out the hybrid really nicely that particular because the rounded sole plate the ragged sole is designed to a degree that it doesn't want to dig in. So you won't find that it wants to sort of dig it in stopping the flow it's going to sweep through the grass a lot more bounce off the surface a lot more. So the way to play that little bump and run shots is almost play it like it's a putt we play the ball around about the center of the feet we grip down the golf club to gain some control and I want to fight to feeling we put it forwards and the sole of the golf just lets the club glide off the surface of the green underneath the ball pop the ball up doesn't go very high just jumps it forwards a couple of feet and then runs it out like a nice long putts a little bump and run around the side of the green. Plus 3 useful opportunities where you might play the hybrid club instead of a long iron.

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

If a few hybrid golf clubs have now found your way into your golf bag and you have replaced the long irons or the fairway woods, and now the hybrids are in there. Now lets look at some options where the hybrid might be most useful to you. The 1st option could just be off the T.V. You generally find that a hybrid club is slightly shorter in shaft than a drive or slightly more loft but still quite a big confidence giving head. Now this off the tee probably won't go as far as your driver but it should be straighter it should be more accurate it should be easier to use. So a hybrid club could be a nice straight into a narrow fairway, and it's all about distance drive is still probably going to win out but if accuracy is a factor then the hybrid might work well for you the 2nd opportunity where you might find that using your hybrid clubs is the long 2nd shot from the fairway where traditionally it might have been a 3 I know 4 on or even a a fairway wood. The hybrid might just be a little bit easier to use in those get the ball up in the air a little bit but still gives you plenty of distance.

One last opportunity where you might not consider using your hybrid clubs is not too little bump and runs around the side of the green you know those shots in the past with a 7 iron or a 6 sign. Just take and then it runs out the hybrid really nicely that particular because the rounded sole plate the ragged sole is designed to a degree that it doesn't want to dig in. So you won't find that it wants to sort of dig it in stopping the flow it's going to sweep through the grass a lot more bounce off the surface a lot more. So the way to play that little bump and run shots is almost play it like it's a putt we play the ball around about the center of the feet we grip down the golf club to gain some control and I want to fight to feeling we put it forwards and the sole of the golf just lets the club glide off the surface of the green underneath the ball pop the ball up doesn't go very high just jumps it forwards a couple of feet and then runs it out like a nice long putts a little bump and run around the side of the green. Plus 3 useful opportunities where you might play the hybrid club instead of a long iron.