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How Fast Should I Swing My SuperSpeed Clubs?!

How Fast Should I Swing My SuperSpeed Clubs?!

We are often asked how fast you should swing each SuperSpeed Club in relation to how fast you swing your driver. Before we get to the good stuff, here are a few things to keep in mind.


  • This data is based on averages, there will always be outliers. 
  • At the end of the day your starting point is your starting point, regardless if it's higher or lower than you expected, it will only go up from there.
  • If you’ve never done any non dominant training or swings before those numbers will be lower than your dominant side, that's okay, you will train them and they will increase.

Baseline speeds with each SuperSpeed club when you start training. Below are the average speeds we expect to see when you start training with SuperSpeed Golf. This is all based around your dominant side swings. 


* Please note that in the Senior, Ladies, and Junior set, the make up is Yellow, Green, and Blue. All speeds are in mph *

Current Driver Speed

Green Club

Blue Club

Red Club

70 

84

81

79

75

89

86

75

80

95

92

89

85

101

98

92

90

107

103

100

95

113

109

106

100

119

115

112

105

125

121

117

110

131

127

123

115

137

132

129

120

143

138

134


How fast should my non-dominant swings be? 


Now that we have given you a guide for your dominant side swings, what about the non dominant side?!
Similar to our point above, at the end of the day your starting point is your starting point, regardless if it's higher or lower than you expected, it will only go up from there. Ultimately, we would like your non dominant swing speeds to be as close to your dominant swing speeds as possible. In some cases, players will swing the SuperSpeed Clubs the same speed in both directions. The emphasis on the non dominant swings is because training the deceleration chains help to stabilize the forces allowing for the next segment above to accelerate. This is called the big break theory coined by Dr. Greg Rose from TPI based on their research. We also encourage training non dominant swings to balance out the body aiding to reduce injury risk. Getting your body to fire effectively on both sides activates more muscles as a whole. To summarize, we feel training your non-dominant side is a great way to ensure you are using your entire body to generate speed!


We hope this chart above provides you with baseline information to keep in mind when you start your SuperSpeed training! Remember that these numbers will vary from player to player.

If you warm up before training, follow our outlined protocols and train with max effort, you will see your numbers increase in training and on the course! Happy Training! #Unleashyourspeed

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