Spiral sequences sample data during gradient variation and are therefore susceptible to dynamic field deviations caused by eddy currents, timing inaccuracies, or gradient amplifier non-linearities. Linear effects can be corrected using a gradient impulse response function for trajectory calculation. Non-linear effects require a measurement-based approach, e.g. measurement of the gradient fields during imaging using a field camera or an induction-based field measurement. To avoid the need for additional hardware, we propose a hybrid method that combines current measurements using the amplifier-internal current sensors with correction based on the current-to-gradient impulse response function. The approach improves trajectory accuracy in spiral imaging.