Why Are Hybrid Golf Clubs A Good Choice When My Ball Is In A Divot (Video)
Why Are Hybrid Golf Clubs A Good Choice When My Ball Is In A Divot (Video)

Why are hybrid golf clubs a good choice when my ball is in a divot? Now hybrid golf clubs have a very, very wide and a very, very smooth sole plate. You can see here on this Thomas golf hybrid it actually stretches back a long way much, much further than it would on a long iron or a normal iron. Now what this allows me to do is find ball always down in a divot. I can really really, really be aggressive with the stiff kind of attack down into the ground. But I know as soon as that leading gauge makes contact with the ground the sole plate is going to get involved and is going to guide the club back out the ground.

So with this I'm going to be able to hammer down into the actual ground, make connection with the ball and then the sole will actually build and actually guide the club back out of the airs. Now another thing which I'm going to have confidence with if my ball is in a divot, because this is such a forgiving club because the perimeter weighting has been pushed to the very outer extremities, it means my motive and actually my forgiveness is very, very high, so I could have a bottom strike, a heel strike or a toe strike and I know that a ball with lifting to the air with relatives even out of the divot. So the only other kind of difference really why the making the side changing technique you want to be pointing the ball a little bit further back in the stanch, you want to be pointing your way slightly further forward so you actually get steep kind of attack and hit down into the ball. But with this hybrid I can really hammer and I know that the sole will be guided up and it will actually lift the ball out every trick you like. So if you find yourself in a divot give a hybrid a go and you could find it would be very, very forgiving.
2014-10-22

Why are hybrid golf clubs a good choice when my ball is in a divot? Now hybrid golf clubs have a very, very wide and a very, very smooth sole plate. You can see here on this Thomas golf hybrid it actually stretches back a long way much, much further than it would on a long iron or a normal iron. Now what this allows me to do is find ball always down in a divot. I can really really, really be aggressive with the stiff kind of attack down into the ground. But I know as soon as that leading gauge makes contact with the ground the sole plate is going to get involved and is going to guide the club back out the ground.

So with this I'm going to be able to hammer down into the actual ground, make connection with the ball and then the sole will actually build and actually guide the club back out of the airs. Now another thing which I'm going to have confidence with if my ball is in a divot, because this is such a forgiving club because the perimeter weighting has been pushed to the very outer extremities, it means my motive and actually my forgiveness is very, very high, so I could have a bottom strike, a heel strike or a toe strike and I know that a ball with lifting to the air with relatives even out of the divot. So the only other kind of difference really why the making the side changing technique you want to be pointing the ball a little bit further back in the stanch, you want to be pointing your way slightly further forward so you actually get steep kind of attack and hit down into the ball. But with this hybrid I can really hammer and I know that the sole will be guided up and it will actually lift the ball out every trick you like. So if you find yourself in a divot give a hybrid a go and you could find it would be very, very forgiving.