Golf World (UK) - - Contents - By En­ric Lopez

Want to mas­ter every sce­nario and save shots every round? Yes you do. Our team of ex­perts are on hand to show you how.

Hy­brids are fan­tas­tic for shots out the rough be­cause the shape of the head slides through the long grass eas­ier than an iron. You can ac­tu­ally ad­vance the ball fur­ther from lies that would have only al­lowed you to play a mid or short-iron be­fore res­cues were in­vented. Pre­vent the ball com­ing out low and left by open­ing the club­face a lit­tle at ad­dress to coun­ter­act the grass wrap­ping around the hosel and clos­ing the face through im­pact. The ball po­si­tion is cen­tre or just for­ward and shift your hands a touch fur­ther for­ward at ad­dress to pro­mote a steeper at­tack that min­imises the grass trapped be­tween the club­face and ball at im­pact.

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