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In this episode, Joe explains the advantages of the hybrid club and why it makes other clubs obsolete, as well as the right ...
technique to use.
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Joe Beck: Joe here. I am going to talk to you about one of the greatest clubs ever invented; it is called the Hybrid or the Rescue. The reason why it is so great, it has taken the place of the long irons, the 2, 3, 4 irons, they are obsolete. The reason why is because your 2, 3 and 4 iron are very difficult to hit. Look how thin the blade is here, look how narrow that is. Take a look at the Hybrid. There is a lot of mass behind it, lot of mass behind the face. Also the center of gravity on the Hybrid is very low which helps you to hit the ball high.
The tough thing about the long irons is always hitting the ball high and having the ball land soft. Not anymore. Check out the Hybrid. The other thing about the Hybrid is you got to treat it like an iron. You always want to feel like you are going to hit down on it so the ball goes up. You don't want to treat it like a fairway metal. The fairway metal is a little bit too far up in your stance; you are trying to hit a little bit more on the up swing.
The Hybrid, hit it on the down swing, the ball goes up nice and high, lands soft. Let me show you. When you hit that up, make sure the ball is just slightly forward in your stance, take your normal swing and then hit down on it just like you would a mid or short Iron.
That's what I am talking about.
That's what I am talking about.
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