How to Gain More Speed In The Golf Swing

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How would you like to ramp up your swing speed? How do we get faster club speed? For those looking to get distance, this video on How to Gain More Speed In The Golf Swing is for you. We have the golf swing and your total game broken down to the 5 most important keys in our Top Speed Golf System. In this video we’ll cover some speed techniques, while improving key fundamentals! Start having real control of your game. Be able to hit any shot in golf! We’ll teach you.

I look forward to working with you much more in the future with Top Speed Golf. Good luck with your golf.

Clay Ballard

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Comments

Glenn Watson says:

How much of that clubhead speed is due to technique and how much is due to strength and physical fitness. I am 57 with a swing speed of about 100 mph. Can I realistically expect much more than that?

r3ttr3tt says:

This comment section has turned into a physics class battle. Is there a formula to smash the ball 60yrds further though? whats the verdict? do i need more clubhead speed? or bigger clubhead( more mass like a 515cc illegal clubhead)? Educate me pls sirs! 🙂

josh gearheart says:

‘Lag’ in the context of golf is similar to ‘keep your hands back’ in baseball. Different plane, but same physics.

Gary K says:

So, your car is stalled on a railroad track. A train is approaching at 100 mph. Since the train is at constant velocity, acceleration is zero, and thus the force is zero. So when it hits you, nothing will happen? Clearly that is wrong.
The relevant concept is kinetic energy. When a moving object hits another object, energy is transferred causing changes in motion. KE = 1/2 * M*velocity squared.

In the case of golf, you want to maximize the transfer of kinetic energy to the ball and increasing impact speed is by far the best way to do that.

cz1mmt says:

Speed is not the optimum force to use for distance. Acceleration is the key. The industry is very confused on the subject.

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