180 - 200 yards, depends on club specs and how good the player is.
About 180-190 Yards
Depends on swing speed and how good the player is, it could be about 180-220 yards depending on player.
it should hit a tiny bit further than your 6 iron it should hit a tiny bit further than your 6 iron
mass of the club
for a professional probably about 230 yards If you are an average golfer probably about 150-200 yards. that's on the fairway, clearly if you are in the rough it will be lower and depends how good the club is
As in length of club, no. As in distance it is used to hit the ball, no.
Not really. Dimples are designed to give the ball stability during flight. The club and the core of the ball determine distance.
The ball should be in the middle of your stance.
If this question is in reference to a hybrid golf club that is a hybrid of a 1 iron, then the answer is as follows. There is not a "general" distance any golf club should hit a ball.. The length of a golf shot is not only determined by the club, but by many other factors, such as swing path, the golf ball itself, wind speed and other weather conditions and most importantly club head speed. Let me give an example, my father who is 65+ hits a 5 iron about 150-160 yards. I am 23 years old and I hit a 5 iron between 200 and 230. Right there, you have almost a 100 yard difference between two people using the same club.... In trying to give an answer to this questions, a 1 hybrid golf club should be around or exceed 200 yards.. Again, this is really determined by your swing and the club head speed you generate. Hope that helps!
Play the ball forward in your stance and have your shoulders parallel to the slope. Take an extra club as the ball will go a lot higher and be short of distance.
You did not give the speed of the club head. You did not give the weight of the club head. You did not tell if the golfer was hitting an English Ball or an American Ball. You did not give the compression of the ball. You did not give the type of the material in the club head. You did not tell the type of shaft.