Editor’s Picks: 3 products I’m using to boost my swing speed this offseason
Coming into the new year, I’ve got a goal for my golf game. I’m going to gain swing speed. I’m going to get stronger. And I am not going to lose focus from this goal.
It’s starting this offseason. I have all three of the products you’ll see below, and I can vouch for them personally, so that’s what I’m recommending to you this week.
First up is the Orange Whip. When I’m getting loose before a round, the range, or before one of the speed training sessions, the first thing I reach for is the Orange Whip. It’s a longer, heavier golf club with an ultra-flexible shaft, which I find helps me sync-up my sequencing, build my strength, flexibility, and whip the clubhead into the ball.
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ORANGE WHIP FULL SIZE TRAINER
After warming up with the Orange Whip, slowly at first and then building to between 5 and 10 all-out swings, I move onto the SuperSpeed C. It’s a lighter, counter-balanced version designed to increase your hand speed and release. 10 swings with those, as fast as you can, and you’ll be feeling your power level tracking higher.
Adidas Tour360 XT
After one of the worst mid-swing slips I’ve ever hand on the golf course, I’ve resolved to pay extra close attention to my footwear. The good people over at Adidas sent me a pair of Tour360 XTs earlier this year and they’ve become my go-to shoes that have never let me down. A huge part of creating swing speed is using the ground as leverage. To do that, you need a good pair of shoes to that offer both stability and flexibility.
Adidas Tour360 XT