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Sunday, August 11, 2019

The Basic Hybrid Address Position

Today's tip is short and simple. This brief Golf Magazine post gives you the basic setup keys for swinging a hybrid.

Standard hybrid setup

The post has four keys.
  • Ball position: Place the toe of your hybrid against your left heel with the clubface facing your body, then place the ball opposite the hosel. That keeps you from putting the ball too far back in your stance.
  • Stance width: Stand with your feet under your armpits. That keeps you from making your stance too wide.
  • Hand position: Lean the shaft slightly toward the target. That gets your hands slightly ahead of the clubface so you get a nice downward strike, making the ball fly high and stop fast on the green.
  • Swing easy: Pretend you're swinging a wedge. That keeps you from swinging too hard.
Not very complicated at all, but it should help you get the most out of your hybrids on normal approach shots.

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