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I’m thinking of buying this training tool. Saw a European Pro use it and it seems similar to the Superspeed system but it has three weights incorporated in one stick, so it uses up less room and it’s much cheaper in Europe than Super Speed. Any thoughs? How would one get a practice plan to use such a tool properly?

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These are fairly simple to make if you have the tools. I used parts and pieces I already had on hand.

The bolt has a hole drilled through it to fit the Opti-fit adapter. A thin slice of a nut was taken and ground down to the proper weight. I set it up for 3 club weights.

Shaft + Grip + Bolt/epoxied washer ~ 255g
Shaft + Grip + Bolt/epoxied washer + nut ~ 285g
shaft + Grip + Bolt/epoxied washer + 3 epoxied washers + nut ~ 335g

Works great.


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