Hybrid golf clubs, called hybrid woods or hybrid irons, are making the game of golf a lot easier for some players. Learn about advanced golfing technology in hybrid clubs in this free golfing lesson video.
What I’m going to talk about right now are some clubs that most people don’t like. It’s really not because they’re that much harder to hit than a wedge, it’s just that it take a little more confidence, a little practice to hit them. There are the 3, the 4, and the 5 hundred. We won’t even talk about the 200 and 100 because they’re history now. These golf clubs are a little flatter. They don’t have as much loft as let’s say the pitching wedge obviously. As a result, you’re going to have greater dispersion, and two, people get the feeling they have to help them up. No, you just have to brush the grass. Even if I went out and I showed you how to hit these golf clubs a little better, let me show you a better golf club to hit to take their place. You see them all over the place. They’re a rage, it’s called the hybrid. You can call it a hybrid wood; you can call it a hybrid iron. Irons and woods are all the same thing; they’re all mass x velocity squared, just like I said in the distance tip. This golf club is revolutionizing the game for a lot of players. It’s got a little thinner face on it; it’s got a lower center gravity. It’s got greater mass, so it’s more forgiving. Gets the ball up really easy, and you can hit out of heavy rough. I’d like to see you hit a 3 iron out of heavy rough. Maybe Tiger Woods and a few of those guys on the tour can, but if you look in their bags, you’re going to see hybrids. Go into your golf shop, have your golf professional tape up a hybrid and test it out. You’re going to be amazed. If you pick the right special, you might get a dozen Taylor Made balls, a dozen Titleist, or a dozen Callaway to go along with it. But the hybrid makes the game easy, and they replace the long irons, the more difficult clubs to hit. So take a tip from the pro and check out the hybrids.
- Stretches & Strength Exercises for Golfers
- Golf Swing Consistency Tips
- Long vs. Short Putters
- Dealing with Performance Anxiety when Putting
- Using the Sand Wedge
- Using Hybrid Golf Clubs
- Increasing Drive Distance in Golf
- Golf Ball Position Tips
- Golf Swing Alignment Techniques
- Overview of the Golf Swing
- The Top 4 Golfing Mistakes
- Overview of Golf Club Grips