Types of moves?
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Please note that the average tour clubhead speed was 113 mph last year. The average max speed is about 119.
So, not everyone is averaging 125 mph. Only 9 people on the Tour last year cracked 125 mph club head speed.
Also note that the top 5 in clubhead speed, are all over 6 ft 2 in tall. Out of the top 13 golfers in clubhead speed, 8 are above 6 ft 1 in tall.
If you want to gain clubhead speed I would first work on your golf swing. That will greatly improve clubhead speed. I have a friend who I play golf with. He use to hit it 280+, then his swing went to shit and now he can barely get it out there 250 yards. He's just as fit as I am, maybe about an inch shorter. The reason is, his swing is bad and he is loosing power.
Now as for working out. I recommend full body work outs. For one it improves your overall health. Two golf is a full body swing. I would emphasis on core muscles. By core I mean anything from the knees to the abs. So, quads, hamstrings, gluts, hip adductors, hip abductors, hip flexors, abdominals. These muscles are the engine that drive the train of the golf swing. The swing keeps the train on the tracks, but the core is its engine. Look at Rory, he's 5 ft 10 in tall, but he has very fast hip speed. He's only able to use this speed to its potential after he started working out and stabilizing his foundation to harness that hip speed.
A key importance is flexibility. Working out will help a lot. Doing full range of motion exercises will improve flexibility. I would recommend yoga as well.
From there it really is just your innate ability.
Well, I would settle for 105....
the irony of this that it says you will gain in 10 mins, but the video is just shy of 20....
Seriously. A 105 swing speed with good contact and launch angle is going to put you out there at 260-270 or so ... you could play some pretty good golf if you could do that every time.
More distance has never once been something I've thought about ... and I am not a particularly long hitter by any means. I just know that I'm long enough if I can make good contact, so that's all I worry about.
I think I would be a better golfer if I could hit the ball farther. In fact, you could say I'm convinced.
Haha. Ain't that the truth. I've definitely been beaten by old guys who use driver/3w to get to greens that I can reach with driver and a partial 60˚. But their 3w was more on target than my 8i, so...
I see the problem here.
If I was your caddie, I would have told you not to hit 8 iron when the shot called for a partial 60*. What were you thinking?!?!?!?!?!