While there may only be a few rounds of golf left this season here in Ontario, many golfers’ attention now starts to turn to how they can improve their game for next year. The team at SuperSpeed Golf, think they may have the solution, with their unique training system that promises to increase your swing speed and hit your ball further.
With over 600 PGA golfers like Phil Mickelson, Ian Poulter, Anna Nordqvist and more using this product, the system comes endorsed by some of the best in the game and sets some lofty goals by promising to add up to 30 yards to your drive. Sold in a set of three, the system looks akin to something that Major League Baseball players might use to warm up their batting swing. The Men’s set we tried, includes the Green (light), Blue (medium), and Red (heavy) weighted SuperSpeed Clubs. All three clubs are swung in succession in accordance with the online video instruction system and Overspeed training protocols. With results showing usually in the 4 to 6 week range with 3 short 10-minute training sessions per week.
Conceptually, coaches have been using a similar training method for years but SuperSpeed Golf wants to bring this expertise to the average golfer for a fraction of the price. The team behind SSG discovered that by using lighter weight clubs in specific training it can help every golfer increase swing speed, maximize biomechanical efficiency, improve consistency in ball striking, and reduce many common swing flaws. This knowledge coupled with their online instruction database means that users can expect speed gains as they continue through the subsequent training protocols.
So the big question is, does it work? I will admit that I am no Tiger Woods or even Tiger Woods’ caddy when it comes to golfing skill but nonetheless was curious to see if the product lived up to its consumer promises and many 5 star reviews online. We followed the expected 3 sessions or 30 minutes per week of training using their very informative instructional videos and can conclude that swinging the weighted clubs did increase our overall strength and power of our drive, often at times, making our regular clubs feel featherlight and like they may fly out of our hands just by swinging normally. However, having said that, as fair as its performance improving claims – this truly is a time will tell product. I absolutely think that there are gains to be had by increasing the overall strength in your arms, shoulders and back especially when it comes to driving down the fairway. Will it get you an extra 30 yards? The simple answer is possibly.
The SuperSpeed Golf Training System fulfils every golfer’s dream, increase their drive and get on the putting green in less shots and anything that helps you achieve that, is worth checking out.
Get yours at www.superspeedgolf.com