A hybrid club blends the loft of an iron with the concept of a fairway wood. A hybrid will usually have quite a high loft, and can replace a 2 iron, a 3 iron, and 4 iron and even a 5 iron. They are designed with a low centre of gravity which is meant to get the ball airborne easily and also provide great forgiveness. Fairway woods have lower lofts than hybrids usually starting at about 15 degrees or so. Another main difference is that hybrids have shorter shafts which give a better attack angle, where fairway woods have longer shafts which help give extra distance.
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The utility club, or rescue, or Hybrid is there to replace your long irons. That's why you see them marked as 3h - 4h or 5h that is to designate the iron it's replacing. The hybrid is the same length as your iron or just slightly longer. but it should be the same degree of loft. Hit it as you would your long irons, they are more forgiving, easier to hit, and better out of rough. Fairway woods have bigger heads and generally quite low lofts from 13 to about 23 or so. They also have longer shafts.
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It is nearly the same, except that forests take up much larger areas than woods.
there is really no difference except woods are like not as powerful as the driver but the woods can be hit in the fairway not the driver
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Rescue 911 - 1989 Boy Lost in Woods 1-23 was released on: USA: 20 March 1990
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you tend to use the woods for loger distances with less lift whereas irons are used for more loft and better accuracy