Hybrids & Irons
PGA Professional Kevin Weeks, Director of Instruction at Cog Hill, offers tips on how to hit out of a bad lie on the course, such as when you have to play out of a divot.
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It wasn't long after the beginning of the 2010 John Deere Classic that you knew it was going to be a special tournament. After all, most of us thought that we were going to watch a Paul Goydos runaway victory after he posted only the fourth 59 ever shot on the PGA Tour.
Each year when I watch the British Open I am reminded of two extremely important concepts that every golfer should learn and master. First, when around the green, putt when you can. Second, hit down on your woods like you hit down on your irons.
PGA Professional Jonathan Gibbs talks to you about building confidence with your long irons or hybrids.
PGA Professional Ron Philo Jr. teaches you how to control your distance with the three-quarter wedge shot
PGA Professional Rob Labritz, the Director of Golf at GlenArbor Golf Club in Bedford Hills, NY, talks to you about proper positioning for hitting hybrid clubs.
PGA Professional Jonathan Gibbs instructs you on how manage your distance off the tee by being aware of your grip pressure.
PGA Professional Eric Hogge offers a quick lesson to help you play uneven lies.
PGA Professional Jeff Coston demonstrates a drill to help you hit a draw and produce more clubhead speed.
PGA Professional Jeff Coston demonstrates his "swing station" and how that will help you swing properly
PGA Professional Wayne Defrancesco shows you how controlling your lower body movement will help you produce better golf swings.
I'm aged 66 and an 18-handicap with a swing speed around 85 mph. I have a consistent ball pattern of straight-ish right-to-left. I'm looking for a little more control on short irons but not to sacrifice distance (The Holy Grail I guess!).
I've been golfing for several years. For the life of me, I still can't hit any long irons. I've tried different things, taken lessons but just can't get it together. I've been told the hybrids are the way to got but I think I need to fix my fundamentals first.
I need a tip for hitting the long irons, 3-5. I hit the lower irons fine and feel quite comfortable. I can hit the long irons, however the feel and ease is just not there.
I am hitting a lot of iron shots off center towards the toe of the club. I checked my lie and it is center. Any suggestions on drills to get the shots more toward the center of the club?
All of my clubs are custom fit. I love my 54 degree wedge but constantly chunk my 58 degree 20 yards or scull it 150 yards. I don't know how to hit it. Please help. Where do I place the ball in my stance and how do I stop mishitting this club?
Is a 3-iron comparable to a 5-wood? Is a 5-iron comparable to a 7-wood? Will these clubs hit the ball approximately the same distance? -- Roy Conner
I switched to the stack and tilt swing. Works great for me. Can I use it with the driver? Can't seem to find a good ball position. My iron shots are great. Thank you.
I'm a 8 handicap and just bought a 3 and 4 hybrid iron. I'm pull hooking them left. As of now, my 3 and 4 iron are more accurate. How do I adjust?
What is the proper set up for hitting the new hybrid club? Is the angle of approach more like an iron or fairway wood?
To many people think that a sand wedge is just for bunker shots. The sand wedge should be used for sand shots as well as most pitch shots to the green. The sand wedge whether a 54-degree or 58-degree has "bounce" on the sole of the club.
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