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Your first name. Kevin

Home state. Pennsylvania

Current driver/shaft/shaft weight. G400 LST/HZRDUS Yellow 63g 6.0

Current swing speed. Driver: 104 mph


47 years old. Slowing down. Just won 2018 PA Open.

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Your first name   Steve

Home state           Ohio

Current driver/shaft/shaft weight     Mizuno JPX-EZ / Fujikura Motore Speeder VC 6.3 /69 grams

Current swing speed   85 to 90mph(depending on the day)


Love to do this.  I've tried different swing speed trainers.  Never get more than a mile or 2 improvement.  5 years ago I was swinging at 95-97mph.  I'd like to get back there.

Driver:  Mizuno St-180 regular

FW:  Callaway XR 15 degree regular

Hybrids: Cobra  Amp 17.5 , Adams Tech 19 & 23 degree regular

Irons: Taylormade M2 Stiff steel 5-GW

SW:  Cleveland RTX 56 degree

Putter:  Odyssey DXF6000 blade

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Jeff Jenkins


Callaway XR   

95 to 101 or so measured on my Sports sensor radar

Three, Albatross'

Three Holes in One

Plus, when I was 5 the first ball I ever hit on a golf course went in the hole, so I have that going for me.

My bag is a mish mash of Srixon drivers, cobra and adams fairways, TA1 irons and Hopkins wedges, plus a Cure putter.  

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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 name

Home state

Current driver/shaft/shaft weight

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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Your first name  Denny

Home state  Michigan

Current driver/shaft/shaft weight Cobra Encore ZL

Current swing speed 87


I'm ready for more swing speed.   I've heard good things about these.  Pick me!

From the land of perpetual cloudiness

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Would love to test this product!

I have a swing caddy monitor



Your first name: Matthew

Home state/province: Pennsylvania

Current driver/shaft/shaft weight: Callaway Epic / Fujikora Green Pro 62 stiff / 66

Current swing speed: 87-90

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Rogue Sub Zero Hzrdus Black, 75g


Driver: TS3, 9* (C1 setting, surefit cartridge in fade setting)

3/4 Wood: 917D2, 16.5 degrees (D1 setting, surefit cartridge neutral)

Hybrid: Titleist 818 H2, 19 degrees (C3 setting, surefit cartridge neutral)

Irons: Mizuno MP-18 MMC Fli-Hi 4-Iron (23 degrees); Mizuno MP-18 SC 5-iron(26) and 6-iron(30); Mizuno MP-18 7-iron(34), 8-iron(38), 9-iron(42), and P Wedge(46). Nippon Modus 120x shafts. 1 degree upright.

Wedges: Mizuno S-18 50, 54, and 58 degrees. 50 is 1 degree upright, 54 and 58 are standard lie. Nippon Modus 120x, soft stepped in the 54 and 58.

Putter: Evnroll ER1



Atlanta, GA


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Current driver/shaft/shaft weight Callaway XR16 LD/House of Forged Code Red XXX





Game Improvement:

Bag: MacKenzie Custom B&W Ballistic Walker

Irons: 1i-PW Mizuno MPH-5

Wedges: Vokey Raw 50, LTD Ed 56/14, AD 60

Shafts: 1i-3i True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour X100

             4i-9i True Temper Dynamic Gold XSeven

             PW & Wedges: True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour S400

Putter: PING Ltd. Edition Anser KS 50th Anniversary Putter



Bag: Seamus Fescue Project 1st run

Irons: 1i-3i Mizuno MPH5

           4i-PW Kyoei Blades

Shafts: 1i-9i True Temper Black Gold X Flex

            PW & Wedges: True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour S400

Putter: Edel Homage


Ball:Volvik Vivid/Vivid XT

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What's in my Mizuno BR-D2 bag


Currently playing Ping i500 w/ Alta CB graphite shafts 

  :mizuno-small: MP 25 - fitted w/ Project X shafts - stiff

  :titelist-small: 60  / 56  :mizuno-small: 52

  :titelist-small: 910 D2 driver - 9.5 degree -fitted13   F 3 wood 13.5 deg   :nike-small: CPR 3 hybrid

:nike-small: Method mallet


I shoot left-handed so no one can ask me "Hey, can I try that club?" 

Twitter @GolfingHat      Instagram  @Mizunostixgolfnut

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