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Another hybrid question.

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Hi again,

I have been watching plenty of videos, from Revolution Golf, Tour Striker folks. Interesting stuff. In the latest one, on "Setup for Success", on the tee box the instructor used a hybrid to the dogleg bend. Teed it up obviously, yet said he wanted to play it off his left heel, because hybrids require a "sweeping motion". Yet most forums, websites, etc, say to hit a hybrid down on the ball as using an iron. I am confused. Could he have meant from the tee box only? Also, reading how to hit hybrids, 3 woods off deck, etc, can there be different ways to use them, to each his own, or is what I read IS the best way, although not written in stone?  I obviously will try the sweeping next time I am playing 18, yet am looking for opinions.  I have also had success in the past with my 3 wood off the deck hitting down on the ball, yet not lately. Will try sweeping this too.

Thanks all,

Ed

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I put my ball between the front foot and middle of stance, tell myself I'm hitting an 8 iron, and then spank it! I've never tried to hit it like a wood so I can't compare but the iron swing works great!
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I hit my 3H like and iron, but play it a bit more forward in my stance.  I don't think there is a wrong way to hit a club if you can control it.

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