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This video reveals the difference between hybrids and long irons. How do you hit your hybrid off a fairway compared to a long iron. Should you still be using a long iron or is it time to switch to a hybrid golf club.

This video explains the difference between hybrid golf clubs and long irons and will show you the key differences.

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Alan Gregory says:

I am 70 yrs old and am a long iron player all my golfing trimester however since watching this video about hybrids I have purchased from my club Proffesional two hybrids I tried them first for a week (Marcus is very accommodating) low and behold I can stroke my hybrid from the fairway and rough most of the time (arthritis permitting) I can the ball up in the air quickly and even if I duff! It the ball still travels far better than my four iron though I sill have uses for my four iron
Cheers Danny keep up the good work look forward each week to your training even at 70 plus
Alan Gregory

joeleus says:

And don't forget you can use your hybrid to putt, drive, loft, snooker, calculate algebra and get you out of speeding tickets.

Love hybrids, but love a good long iron shot so much. Long iron shots feel like golf.

Moss Productions says:

I use long irons

nodtez says:

hybrid as much as possible, still goes wrong sometimes, but great for distance and forgiving, only been playing 2 years

peter olsen says:

Long iron , all the way.

Thisisliving Warren says:

I love my hybrid. It's by far the best club in my bag….I get great distance on my H5 better than my 3 wood. Just hit the H5 the same way you would hit an iron. O.o crap I'll have to try the chipping thing, Thanks

Kyle Millyard says:

Neither! I use high loft woods

anirit34 says:

I am long iron player

Glenn Watson says:

I have a Ping 3 Crossover. Is that considered a hybrid?

Glenn Watson says:

I don't understand the lure of hybrids. They feel like fairway woods to me and I never could depend on them.

Beverly Miller says:

A newer player. Thanks for the video. Very helpful.

Rodney Wright says:

Thanks Danny, love your videos…I'm sure a lot of people like myself have improved with your tips.
I'm still relatively new to the game again now in my middle age after a long layoff, but was brought up as a kid hitting irons.
Finding it hard to control the hybrids, but oh my lord, the advances in technology in golf clubs since I was a kid makes irons so much more easier to control.
Think I'm officially 'iron man'.

William Preece says:

Now I understand ball position, it has made my hybrids more playable. At 62 I have lost some power (Injuries) and this has helped.

gtflyer says:

5 iron is my longest iron. I carry a 23 and 19 degree hybrids. My swing speed is to slow for the long irons..sadly..

Kings Mind says:

Poor shoulder turn! Sure that first shot went right. Alligator arms

Lee Lohoefer says:

Hybrid player and as I've aged (55), have replaced 5 & 6 iron with hybrids.

Martin Mc Donald says:

Long iron player No consistency with hybrid

Tony Karosis says:

3 & 4 hybrid player…5 iron and up

John Pfistner says:

I like hitting both long irons and hybrids. It usually depends on my lie. I even putted with a hybrid (I had watched Brooks Henderson do this as some wonder why I watch a 'boring' sport like golf? If I didn't, I would not think I could use my hybrid as a putting/chipping tool.) and I has made a putt from the fringe scoring a birdie on a lagging hole. I prefer hitting a hybrid on thick, grassy rough and even took a shot from a fairway bunker with it as well as off the tee . Hybrids are very versatile and yes, I hit them like a wood or even like a 6 iron but I prefer irons on fairways and shallow cut rough. Depending the course or links I play, determines whether I keep my hybrid in the bag and occasionally switch it out with my 4 iron or 5 wood unless someone is willing to forget the 14 clubs in your bag only rule.

patrick kennedy says:

any one else notice his shoots go to the right, and not straight, if not watch again and you will see . do not listen to him……………….

Gareth Machado says:

I am comfortable with the hybrid as I have difficulty with irons

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