How Swing Speed Affects Compression


Description

Club head speed is the #1 determinant of player handicaps. Find out how speed affects compression for solid and powerful shots. In this video, I cover where club head speed comes from and the 4 main keys to improve it.


Video Practice Points
  1. Torso Rotation: Getting Seperation Between Hips and Shoulders
  2. Arm Elevation: Higher Hands for More Speed
  3. Arm Leverage: Keeping Arm Bend Till Late in the Downswing
  4. Wrist Angle: Lag and Release of the Wrists for Speed

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