Titleist Tips: How to Hit Hybrids and Fairway Metals

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If your long game begins and ends with the driver, you’re leaving some great opportunities to score on the table. Knowing how to use a few other clubs in your long game toolbox – fairway metals and hybrids – will help you to find more fairways on narrow holes, conquer long par-3’s and turn par-5’s into birdie holes.

It’s easy to be intimidated by fairways and hybrids, especially if the ball isn’t sitting on a tee. But as Titleist staff member Justin Parsons shares in this video, understanding the design differences between fairway metals and hybrids takes a lot of anxiety out of the equation. Fairway metals are designed to sweep the ball off the turf, while hybrids can be played more like irons, with a steeper angle of attack. Armed with this knowledge, if you make the small setup adjustments that Justin recommends, your fairway metals and hybrids will soon be your favorite clubs in the bag.

Enjoy Justin’s tips and to learn more about Justin and the instructional programs he offers, check out the Performance Center section on the Sea Island Resort website: https://www.seaisland.com/performance-center/

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