The Need for Speed
Just a single MPH of club head speed will translate to 4 extra  yards. 
How hard can it be to find an extra mile per hour?
If your ball striking is very inconsistent and off the tee you’re struggling with the 200 yard mark two areas to look at would be:

Athletic posture and setup

I know you all hate golf coaches going back to the basics, but you need an athletic setup and posture.

Does your set up allow you to rotate the upper body? How does it allow the relationship between the lower half and upper body to work?

Where’s your weight?

Where is your weight at the top of the backswing? Has it perhaps shifted to your front foot?


We need to get you into the right position to move your weight through the ball. 


The golfer on the left has every chance of generating good club head speed with weight transfer through the ball.

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You’ll read and hear all sorts of ‘expert’ commentary watching the golf on TV “quick hands; “fast hips”; “late release”. 

Most of you need to ignore it. You need to get some basics right. Your setup and weight movement through the swing are easy improvements t

Are you going to be able to sequence?

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Then, without moving your shoulders, try to turn your hips back and though (as shown in the 2nd & 3rd images)

The easier you find this little test, the easier it will be to generate faster club head speed

Better Ball Strikers will be able to make big gains in distance by making sure that the sequence of body movements on the downswing is correct:

The very best golfers will know there is a ‘whip’ effect here. As fast as you accelerate so there is a rapid stop that allows the hands and club head to ‘whip’ through the ball. If you’re interested, this is known as the ‘kinematic sequence’.  ?

Wiating to add speed to your club head

Many of the changes I’ve highlighted above will not only add distance to your shots, they’ll also make it more likely that you’ll swing on a better path and secure moreconsistancy and accuracy from your ball striking. So the search for extra distance can also improve your swing.


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