You are digging your middle irons, hybrids, and shorter woods into the ground. This is preventing you from completing a full finish.
Your upper body tends to bop up and down when you are using a hybrid in the fairway.
You are having a hard time hitting your long irons or hybrids.
You have difficulties hitting the ball out of the rough or you are wondering how to hit a hybrid out of the rough.
You have a downhill lie and need to hit a long distance onto an uphill green.
You are about to tee up but notice that the fairway is very narrow or there is brush obstructing a clear shot.
You would like to replace some of your traditional clubs with hybrid utility clubs, but are not sure where to begin.
A common problem when using hybrids is playing the ball too forward in your stance and taking a sweeping stroke as you would when using a fairway wood. This causes the club to be ascending as it reaches the ball and you will top it. Since Hybrid utility clubs can be used anywhere from the…
Poor chipping and iron play from just off the green.
Bunker in the fairway, your irons may dig into the sand too much, and you need more distance.