Like most of the rest of the golf world, you've added a "rescue," "hybrid," or "ironwood" to your bag. You use it out of the rough and off the tee, and it works well for you. Guess what? You're still under-utilizing the club.
As Todd Hamilton showed us at last year's British Open, the hybrid club is also an effective tool around the greens. You may not get as much use out of it as Hamilton did around the links-style Open course, but from greenside rough and fringes, hybrid clubs possess a number of traits that will help you get the ball closer to the hole.
To play a chip with a hybrid, stand the club up on its toe a little and take a putting grip. Play the shot very much like a putt, with very little wrist action. The hybrid will glide through any grass quite easily, ensuring solid contact.
The next time you find yourself around the green, do as Hamilton does: put that hybrid to work!