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Hi Everyone

 

Im about to play my first round of golf for 2 years in a weeks time, and ive been working with the superspeed golf swing sticks to loosen me up.

 

Problem is, how useful are these sticks? its easy to swing anything fast when technique is irrelevant and theres no ball.

 

How effectively does this translate to a real golf swing?

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2 minutes ago, DuckhookDenny said:

Hi Everyone

 

Im about to play my first round of golf for 2 years in a weeks time, and ive been working with the superspeed golf swing sticks to loosen me up.

 

Problem is, how useful are these sticks? its easy to swing anything fast when technique is irrelevant and theres no ball.

 

How effectively does this translate to a real golf swing?

I thought it had more to do with conditioning and not swing mechanics? 

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1 minute ago, Vinsk said:

I thought it had more to do with conditioning and not swing mechanics? 

Thats kind of my point. Dont you run the risk of ruining your mechanics because you arent hitting a ball.

I could swing the sticks massively fast, but it wouldnt create a good golf shot

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51 minutes ago, DuckhookDenny said:

Thats kind of my point. Dont you run the risk of ruining your mechanics because you arent hitting a ball.

I could swing the sticks massively fast, but it wouldnt create a good golf shot

 By your logic, practice swings can ruin your swing as well. 
 

Learning to swing fast is a skill. You can work on speed and then work it into your swing over time. 

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57 minutes ago, DuckhookDenny said:

Im about to play my first round of golf for 2 years in a weeks time, and ive been working with the superspeed golf swing sticks to loosen me up

Aren't the superspeed sticks meant to increase your potential swing speed? Is that your goal? Were me I'd be aiming to make good contact since you haven't played in 2 years.

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1 hour ago, DuckhookDenny said:

Hi Everyone

 

Im about to play my first round of golf for 2 years in a weeks time, and ive been working with the superspeed golf swing sticks to loosen me up.

 

Problem is, how useful are these sticks? its easy to swing anything fast when technique is irrelevant and theres no ball.

 

How effectively does this translate to a real golf swing?

Given these facts, I doubt speed is your primary concern right now. 

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14 minutes ago, ncates00 said:

Given these facts, I doubt speed is your primary concern right now. 

ive hit balls just not played a round.

ive had yips but im seeing progress now except my chipping and pitching where im shanking some of my shots

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