So I had some time at our indoor facility and Trackman. I put the Swingspeed radar down to compare it next to Trackman to see what the difference in numbers were. Had some interesting (and strange) results.
First I hit some 7 irons to warm up. On trackman I averaged about 85 MPH but the Swingspeed was registering around 78/79...so it was consistently lower.
When I hit driver I was averaging around 102ish on Trackman but the Swingspeed radar was consistently around 110 or even higher. I hit 105 on Trackman but topped out at 115 on Swingspeed. I'd say that Swingspeed was averaging a little under 10 MPH higher with the driver but it was 6 MPH lower with the 7 iron.
Has anyone else seen results like this? I was left slightly confused. When I've done fittings in the past and been on Trackman I was normally in the 100ish range so my swingspeed is definitely up a little bit but not as much as I thought it would be.
If "cutting edge" isn't good enough to define effective, we can fall back on availability in white, matte green, matte red, matte yellow (presumably not at the same time).
Looks interesting...especially for you guys that have the time:
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Day 392 - January 25, 2021
Good 45 minutes or so today. Maybe 50 balls, maybe a bit more. Added a little wrist hinge to help the club feel like it's gone back far enough sooner. Also helps the elbow fold a bit more.