How To Increase Your Golf Swing Speed and get more distance

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The first thing you can do to get more distance in golf is to increase your clubhead speed. You get more clubhead speed is your golf swing is faster. But many amateur golfers who want to increase their swing speed do it wrong. In this video we'll explain in an easy way how you can increase your golf swing speed at the correct moment.

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Rajesh Sirinarain says:

Been trying to add distance by hitting harder. Not working. U are so right. I am accerelating at the start of the downswing…..to early.

wannabehendrix says:

Great stuff! Thank you!

diliviof says:

I have been golfing for about 20 years, unable to break Ninety. 3-4 years ago, I could not secure an exceptional round but that was just before I read the golf swing secrets , Jοmtοnο Naha (Go ogle it). I am not efficient when using my irons. My drive doesn’t reach an incredible distance but I can effectively hold my driver with no trouble.

Boudewijn Meijer says:

Is it wise to practise the exercise with one specific club, just to get the feel, or is it advisable to practise with, for example, 5 balls with each club? I ask this because I have doing the last and up to 8 all goes nice and smoothly, but the longer clubs are proving more difficult.

bitario723 says:

I respectfully disagree. You want to cast from the top, immediately after a weight shift to your left side. But if you rotate through the swing, which most people do, you won't cast. I added 15-20 mph to my driver speed. You want to have width on the downswing, throwing the weight (clubhead) away from you to Garner speed at the bottom. Don't believe me? Watch Steve Pratt and driver speed on YouTube. No disrespect Tom.

Eddie Garruto says:

Great advice and a very simple drill. I will be implementing this into my practice routine. Thanks!

Mr60ermusik says:

Good tip Tom. I can see that you are using your right arm to demostrate the speed, but in the real swing do you pull down with the left arm until the "release point" at which time, the right arm/wrist takes over ?

bobber says:

Thank you, that is a great tip again.

Blix TV says:

Very Nice Tom! I will try this asap!

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