Golfers are gear heads, equipment nerds and endless tinkerers, so when one of those late-night infomercials comes on promising instant results after having a few drinks, we listen a little more intently and have a tendency to get a little click-happy online. That’s where our Late Night Online Purchases franchise comes in, a review of a certain piece of equipment, training aid or something else that caught our eye with the help of our friends at BudgetGolf.com.
Watching Justin Thomas smash the ball around Quail Hollow on Sunday at the PGA Championship was enough to make many wonder how someone so small — he’s 5’10” and 145 pounds — could hit the ball so far. While Thomas’ all-around game was what was needed to win the Wanamaker Trophy, his play off of the tee was the eye-opener.
Searching for more distance and swing speed has long been the Holy Grail of golf. Using the SuperSpeed Golf Training System just may be the answer so many have been searching for. The system includes three specially-designed and weighted clubs that are used in a protocol to help players of all ages and abilities pick up more swing speed and thus more distance.
The system has the cache and testimonials in place that any golfer would like to see. Big-name players like Charles Howell III, In Gee Chun and Lee Janzen are believers and so are some 350 more Touring professionals.
Michael Napoleon and Kyle Shay have created system that caters to each individual players’ needs and allows them to pick up noticeable swing speed in the fastest way possible. Each mile per hour increase in club head speed results in just over three yards in total distance.
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