In reference to the club head speed, I presume that this was calculated with the driver. One thing to keep in mind is that the club head speed is measured through the impact zone. Even the highest swingers are relatively slow from the top of the swing through the first half of the downswing. That is because the club actually reacts to gravity and drops to initiate the downswing. At the halfway point, the hitter accelerates through the impact zone. This is illustrated very nicely in Tiger Woods' book, (HOW I PLAY GOLOF). People lacking head speed through impact usually fall short in 2 areas. One is LAG, This is where the angle that is established between the forward arm and the club shaft, is either never completely formed, or it is released too early, or "CASTING". The other fault is a proper release. If the lag is performed correctly, the hitter holds the established angle as long as they can. Just prior to the hands reaching the impact area, the club is released and allowed to straighten out. Keep in mind though, if you are aggressive in the swing, the angle will usually release by itself due to centrifugal force. Rotation of the body through the swing is another factor to keep in mind. If the grip is correct, the release should be easily performed. Make sure that you don't choke the club in the grip and then try to make up for it by trying to over work the body. The best thing to do is after address, make a couple waggles to insure that the hands are firmly on the club, but not too tight. Make a wide swing on the way back, and insure a good angle with the cocking of the hands, then simultaneusly rotate the body and drop the club into the slot on the back side, making sure that your weight is shifting in the direction of the shot, and just let it rip. Make sure that that elbows are down and not up. If you get the lag and the release right, you should be in the 105 or so range.