No doubt you're familiar with the phrase 'centre of gravity' when it comes to golf clubs and their design. Engineers mostly position clubhead CG to influence shot height. Lowering CG tends to assist the club in getting the ball up, while raising it promotes a flatter, more penetrating flight.
While that may be true, CG position also affects shot height in terms of its distance back from the face. The further the CG is back from the face, the more it promotes quick launch. That's because it makes the shaft bend forwards, adding loft to the clubface.
This is mostly why hybrids are easier to get airborne than long irons. Their deeper clubheads permit CG positioning further from the face… and that translates to quicker and easier height.
The hybrids in our shop all make long, high shots a whole lot easier than their equivalent long irons. If you are still struggling along with long irons, make the switch now. Once you've tried our hybrids, you'll only wonder why you didn't do it earlier. Click here to request more information.