Use Golf Training Aids to increase Your Swing Speed

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Use Golf Training Aids to increase Your Swing Speed

Post  linyuab12 on Tue Sep 20, 2011 8:59 pm

Use Golf Training Aids to increase Your Swing Speed

Unfortunately, the average male golfer's swing speed is around 85 mph. With a USGA conforming driver, this equates to drives of about 225 yards, an embarrassing 83 yards shorter than Tiger Woods' average drive, and even 35 yards shorter than Cory Pavia, who is the shortest driver on the PGA Tour. The good golf clubs such as TaylorMade R11 TP Fairway Wood is also very important in the game. So most of us go to the course with an inferiority complex already deeply ingrained from watching Tour broadcasts which constantly and blatantly rub our faces in the fact that the pros outdrive us by a country mile. Callaway X-Forged Irons will help you much in the game.

How can you use golf training aids to add that extra 15 mph? Since low swing speed is usually the result of a combination of factors including; untrained muscles, poor technique, and lack of physical fitness, a multi-pronged approach is required to get to the goal fast! The good golf clubs such as Mizuno JPX 800 Fairway Wood is also very important in the game.

Make sure that your grip, swing path, and swing plane are correct. It will do no good to increase your swing speed if technical flaws in your swing prevent you from hitting the ball straight. I suggest using a single training aid for both grip and swing plane (many exist with this combination) and another training aid for swing path. If you have Taylormade Tour Preferred MB Irons you can swing more flexibility. For example, a hinged club with a molded grip is perfect for grip and swing path, while a foam obstacle training aid will work well for keeping your swing path on track.

Get some type of weighted club. Weighted clubs are perfect for training the golf specific muscles to have the strength and explosive power that you need to produce higher swing speeds. If you have Nike Victory Red Forged TW Blade Irons you can control your golf ball much better. In addition, training with a weighted club can increase your core stability and balance if done properly. Be very careful not to over swing with a weighted club since you can injure yourself!


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