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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  1. Hybrid player since a month ago. Love my 22 deg Ping G hybrid. Carry it about 180-200 meters. It replaced my 4 and 5 iron.

  2. Always had hybrids but for me they tend to go too high and that isn’t a good thing especially with a headwind. At the end of season 2017 I switched to a crossover 4 and this season I switched to a new V6 iron set from Wilson PW-4, Wilson V4 3 iron and a Srixon 2 iron and can do everything with them. …high, low, chipping , punches, get out of trouble with lots of roll….Even the Srixon 2 iron is so easy to hit from the tee and from the deck. But I agree that hybrids are easy to hit and for a lot of golfers are the better option.But when you have a good swing and enough swingspeed and like the look of an iron more there are plenty of iron(like) options out there nowadays to chose from. Good video👍🏽

  3. Morning Danny, I use a 3 and 4 hybrid. I was fitted with Ping G400 by my pro at my golf club.

  4. Great Danny, I have found that my speed is to slow to get distance with irons, also have to lift left foot due to bad hip, but hybdrid works for me and is as you say is much more forgiving.

  5. Danny. Use a 3 hybrid 19 degree and 4 hybrid 22 degree. Covers me from 160 to 195 yards depending on conditions

  6. I was fitted by the CLEVELAND rep. I like them a lot but definitely need lessons. Swing speed is about 65-70..not getting consistent loft with the 4,5, but other than that everything goes straight.

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