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SuperSpeed Golf


If you want to hit the ball father, you need to swing the club faster - that's basic math, gang.


How to swing the club faster while staying under control" That's the million dollar question.


And the guys at SuperSpeed Golf think they have the million dollar answer.


​We ran a blog story about SuperSpeed Golf a few weeks ago. Their speed training kit uses a concept known as Overspeed training to rewire your neurons and train your mind and body to swing the club faster.


No harder. Faster.





So, does this contraption really work? Dozens of Pros from the PGA, Web.com, Champions and LPGA are using it as part of their training regimen, but we want to know how it works for us regular folk - your normal, every day avid golfer.


We're looking for EIGHT (yep, eight!) of you to test, review and keep SuperSpeed Golf's three club training set. And as a kicker, SuperSpeed Golf with include a Swing Speed Radar - also yours to keep - to track your swing speed progress.



This review opportunity is open to any avid golfer ins the U.S..

How To Apply:


As you know, we take Community reviews very seriously here at MyGolfSpy, to please make sure to read this instructions carefully and apply in the right place (that means HERE, not in the blog comment section!).


In this thread, please tell us the following:


Your first nameron

Home stateny

Current driver/shaft/shaft callaway/rogue65gmsweight

Current swing speed



We'll be announcing our testers in this Forum next week, so make sure to check back to see if you've been selected.


Good luck!

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Have been using them since January, and I was hitting in around 270-280, and now I've been hitting it 290-300. I just started back up with it again a few weeks ago after taking a few weeks off to get back in to school/teaching. 


Only issue I have found is with the added distance, my spin rates have climbed and am not getting much roll out. Especially out in the Central Valley, where fairways are harder and more dry. I found that I need to adjust shafts and get a lower ball flight. Looking to upgrade driver anyways. Looking to go with a M3 440 with a ProForce V2 X-Stiff soon..... 



These work if you do them right and consistently!!! 

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Cobra King F6/Aldila ATX Tour Green/75 grams

Swing Speed: 108-115

What’s in the Bag:


Driver: Cobra King F6, set to 9.0

FW Wood: Cobra F7

Hybrid: Cobra BioCell 2/3 adjustable

Irons: TaylorMade SLDR 3-PW

Wedges: 60 deg: Callaway;  56 deg: Nike;  52 deg: Cleveland

Putter: TaylorMade Ghost

Handicap: 18.4



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TM RocketBallz 9.5 / Matrix Ozik X-Con 5 / Stiff / stock so guessing 59 grams

speed 100 

Golfer in Summer, Curler in Winter

TM M5 Tensei Red Stiff

TM RBZ 3 wood

Wilson Fybred - next on the chopping block

Callaway Apex 4 - P

Vokey 52, 56, 60

Odyssey 2 Ball with Black Line

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Your first name: John

Home state: California

Current driver/shaft/shaft weight: Cobra F8+, Fujikura Pro xlr8 61S, 66 grams

Current swing speed: avg. 102 mph, peak around 105


Awesome opportunity, this product has intrigued me for quite some time.  Good luck everyone!

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