Where Speed Really Comes From In The Golf Swing

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29 thoughts on “Where Speed Really Comes From In The Golf Swing

  1. How do you get 107 MPH with just your upper body and I can't get over 90 with my whole body? Is this just a physical limitation ie(slower twitch muscles, arm length etc)?

  2. Great video! Thank you. I think the more accurate way to describe the "upper body/arms" swing is the the use of the wrists to create a leverage angle. If you just used the "arms" through the use of your deltoids to move the arms while keeping the wrists locked, there would be very little power.

  3. I think your demonstration is great but I think your tool to mesurate speed is not accurate… 107mph with no rotation is strange and the 127mph doesn't look like … Smash factor only 1,36 with a good hit strange also ! Maybe the ball speed is good but not the club head speed.

  4. Clay – John Daly turns his chest with left arm glued to his left pec and at impact, his left shoulder is 10-12" higher than his right shoulder. Same with Dustin Johnson, Cam Champ, etc. Isn't this position at impact only achieved if your downswing is powered by the chest/upperbody turning and dragging your left arm along for the ride thru impact? This is what makes these guys so consistent – turning the upper body instead of an armsy swing. I would love for you to analyze and make a video on this, because all of the long hitting PGA players are in this position at impact – left shoulder 10 – 12" higher than right shoulder. The classic guys like Snead and Hogan appear to have left shoulder 8" higher than right shoulder at impact.

  5. Just because you dont move your legs and hips does not mean that the muscles in them isn´t active. A more fair test would be having a wire attached to your belt and lift you up so you would feel weightless, and make a swing just using your upper body In such a case it would be possible to totaly "get rid" of the legs and hips.

  6. Wish you would've included a link to the monitor you mention & used. You said the name of it so fast, even after replaying a few times, I couldn't distinguish the name.

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