Club Speed Training | Rypstick vs. SuperSpeed

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Golfers everywhere are looking for more club speed, which results in more potential distance. One of the most popular training aids on the market to help golfers increase club speed is SuperSpeed Golf's OverSpeed Training. 2nd Swing master fitter Thomas Campbell has showcased the benefits of using SuperSpeed on the 2nd Swing YouTube channel.

New on the market is Rypstick, a club speed training device that originated in Minnesota and includes its own adjustable weighting system to allow golfers to train using different weights with just one stick.

In this video, 2nd Swing's Thomas Campbell and Drew Mahowald showcase the differences between Rypstick and SuperSpeed Golf's club speed training aids.

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J.W. Matney says:

I intend to use these at home, so rather then fiddle with the cartridges, I'd rather just pick up a different stick. I'm look forward to starting training this week. (9/19)

Aaron Mccardie says:

Well what can I say, if you have natural swing speed for what ever reason that's fine ,but with most people it's what they feel comfortable with. But for me to swing 10,15 20mph faster feels am not in control its a natural rhythm you can't force its but that's my experience ,either you swing or move naturally fast it won't work its all about control if you can control it.

CD says:

These systems work. It worked for me. The difficult part for some people will be the consistency of doing speed training 3 times a week. It takes a little while before you start seeing substantial gains so can see why people might stop training.
For most of my fellow golfers, learn how to swing a club properly first. You will hit the ball further by hitting it straighter. Proper swing path then speed training. Having a 270 yard banana slice is not the ball flight you want.

chachifeere says:

Did super speed for 5 weeks didn’t make a gain

The Informed Solution says:

Any way to show the actual driver shot on the course?

bmwerik1 says:

Bacon is good for me….

Enteraname says:

Just the review I was looking for, THANKS

Wickstopips says:

Doesn’t seem accurate you need a better radar

Skateboarding Over 30 says:

there's a nice crunchy sound every swing you make. I can only assume it's your vertebrae trying to escape your body.

hbyrdut says:

The protocols are the same for both systems?

Steve Parker says:

Which radar device are you using? I have seen the prg black that superspeed offers are there options?

Chris C says:

Have you seen a 6mph gain across all clubs or just driver.. particularly interested in what gains you've seen in your irons.

Brent Mundie says:

Doesn’t the swing speed radar documentation say to position it about 45 deg open? So that the front face of the device is staring at your backswing. I think it might be measuring a little inaccurately because of its orientation.

Christian Bååth says:

I swing the green superspeed stick at about 130-132mph but my driver only 100-102 on trackman with a ballspeed of 150mph. I have been using a red and two different blue speed radars with similar results. How is it possible you can swing a driver with ball at the same speed as the green stick?!?

Jason Velez says:

I have been using both products + the Superspeed C product. I have been overspeed training for roughly 2 years.

It has made a HUGE difference with my club head speed throughout the bag. I have notably gained 8-10mph club head speed and 15-20mph ball speed with the driver. Based on recent Trackman data, my average driver speed is 118mph and ball speed is 177mph.

However, these sticks are not a ‘magic potion’ that will solve your physical swing limitations. If you are not in the right shape, have pre-existing injuries, or other challenges it will take some to adjust swing at much higher speeds than you are accustomed to. Recommend a mobility and training program to support overspeed training to maximize gains and prevent injury.

Justin Stephenson says:

I had an average swing speed (94-95 mph with the driver) and started super speed training in late Autumn. After 4-5 weeks I had picked up 5-6 mph but it also felt so easy, very much in control and driver dispersion at that speed was excellent. Then lock down hit in the UK and I continued with the training until an icy day when I fell heavily and broke a couple of ribs (nothing to do with Superspeed training and everything to do with my own stupidity). Now healed and am back in Superspeed training (3 weeks in) in time for golf re-opening on April 12th. Should be interesting to see if I kept the speed or even gained a bit. Optimistically I am aiming for 104-105 mph, i.e. a 10 mph overall gain, but more realistically anything over 100 mph consistent would be excellent

Lloyd says:

Good review, but having used the swing radar I can tell, which is confirmed by this video, that they're just not accurate.
The number you had with the lightest superspeed stick confirm that, they're way out. If you can swing the driver at 115 then you'd expect 120-130 with the green stick

Mark K says:

I know this is off topic, but I will soon be going for some club fittings (driver is the 1st one)…how do I know before hand if a fitter is just selling clubs or if a fitter is actually going to look at my swing and determine if I need a new driver, look at attack angles, etc? Thanks guys for the Videos!

Kourt says:

how accurate is the little blue radar device compared to the trackman readings for clubhead speed?

donsmnc says:

The main point is either speed training system will help you improve your club speed, the same question remains from my standpoint, can you gain more club speed and still keep the golf ball on the planet, ie: fairway your aiming at

Elson Correa says:

Starting my SS regime today, I am hoping to gain some yards across the bag with a few extra mph of clubhead speed.

Greg Smith says:

I got the superspeed for Christmas and I've been using it since February. Cant wait to see the results. I still prefer the concept of SS because you dont have to stop and change weights during your workout. With SS you just grab and go…

Spoons& Niblicks says:

If the lightest stick weight is 275 g is that lighter than a regular driver? What is the weight of a regular driver?

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