This Hybrid Shot Technique Is SO Effective Especially for Older Golfers

How to hit a golf hybrid with more power and consistency, even when your swing speed is slowing down due to age. ▶ This Easy Golf Swing is Ideal for Older Golfers

Hit hybrids better with an easy technique. We'll start with a few tips on improving your setup and stance, and then move on to some drills to help you get the best out of your swing. We'll finish off by showing you how to hit hybrids with more power, control, and accuracy.

This will help you hit longer and straighter shots, even with a slower swing speed. So, if you're looking for a way to get more out of your golf game as you get older, then this video is for you.

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Here's what we cover in this golf video.

If you're wanting to learn how to hit hybrids, this easy hybrid shot technique is for you. It's a simple, slow swing that will help you hit more consistent hybrids with less effort.

In this video, we'll show you how to use this simple hybrid shot technique and improve your golf game in no time. You'll be shocked at how easy it is to hit a better hybrid and see a dramatic increase in your scores!

Alex Fortey from the Art of Simple Golf gives you simple tips to improve your golf swing. Enjoy this golf video to help you get closer to having YOUR perfect golf swing.

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18 thoughts on “This Hybrid Shot Technique Is SO Effective Especially for Older Golfers

  1. Great video, but it is difficult to see your club position through the wording on the screen. Suggest moving your wording to some other area of the screen.

  2. My maytag stops after the wash cycle…the green light for rinse cycle is lit but the red light is off. If I push the Starr button it goes back to the beginning… I can put it manually onto the rinse cycle and it will continue and finish the washing…any idea what I can do…

  3. This is helpful – the left foot flared out – I tend to push my balls low and to the left in the fairway. I'll try this approach on the driving range when it warms up.

  4. This is such a great video. I’m telling you, the fallacy of the hybrid club with older golfers is just that, a fallacy. They are for all ages. 3 tips. Swing within yourself, let the weight of the club do the work. Eyes down don’t move your head.

  5. Something you said here resonated with me. You said that the hybrid swing is fairly level so therefore the clubface and hands should impact the ball at about the same time. Does that mean that the iron swing which is hitting down a bit imply that the hands win the race to the ball (forward shaft lean) and the driver swing which is hitting up indicate that the clubface wins the race to the ball?

  6. I play 2-9 in hybrids, lee Trevino said amateurs should keep moving the ball back in their stance until they find their ball position. I’m in my 60s and now back to shooting low rounds.

  7. Awesome tips. Love the 3 take aways. I loved hitting with my 21° and 27° hybrids, the crisps sounds at contact is sweet and the clubs are not feel heavy like the irons. I am gonna keep substitute by using my hybrids in place of those irons by adjusting club length/swings to the distance i wanted. So my bag would be simple, the driver, 2 hybrids, pw, sw and putter and maybe a 9. The rest of the irons are simply useless for me. ????

  8. Even older golfer here. Moved from irons to hybrids years ago. Now moved from hybrids to fairway woods. Even better strike consistency, ball flight and distance. Happy old golfer!

  9. hi i have balance issues because of neuropathy. trying to get back to golf after 10 years, are there any exercises for my feet specially for the follow thru so I do my weight shift(from right to left) and left my right heel

  10. My entire set of clubs (3 thru PW) are hybrids. Should I use the same ball position as you showed for all the clubs? Right now, I usually put the ball position in the middle of my stance and I usually hit the right distance, but struggle with the ball going right or left…not consistently straight at all.

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