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    As I am just experimenting with trying 3 and 4 hybrids, what ball position and angle of attack would it be best to use?

    Bri

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    Re: Ball postion with hybrids

    Originally posted by miffin View Post
    As I am just experimenting with trying 3 and 4 hybrids, what ball position and angle of attack would it be best to use?

    Bri
    Like I'm the one to advise you but until someone else comes along you could try:

    Ball Position: Between centre and leading foot - see p20 in 3Skills, the 4 Iron picture, with an angle of approach something like Illustration R on p107 i.e not as steep as the short irons.

    This seems to give me the best chance of success though obviously the end result is also influenced by how "well I am swinging" - somthing that has a number of factors.

    Hope this helps.

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      Re: Ball postion with hybrids

      So, about the same as normal 3 and 4 irons would you think then?
      Bri

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        Re: Ball postion with hybrids

        Originally posted by miffin View Post
        So, about the same as normal 3 and 4 irons would you think then?
        Bri
        Yes, I used the 3Skill's examples because I know you are working on them but another way of looking at it is to take the 3 / 4 (which I guess is what you are replacing) as a starting point and adjust as necessary.

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          Re: Ball postion with hybrids

          Originally posted by miffin View Post
          So, about the same as normal 3 and 4 irons would you think then?
          Bri
          That'd be my advice.

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          • #6
            Re: Ball postion with hybrids

            I would go more mid-iron.

            It's definately a downward strike and not a sweep. Not a big turf-digger though.

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