If you were using something like an SSR your actual Trackman speed. This range is going to be for anyone with a swing speed slower than 72 mph.
Now you can pretty much guarantee that a tour pro is getting the best out of his club head speed.
How to calculate swing speed for driver distance. If you know your club speed you can determine what loft Driver optimizes distance for your swing. The average driver carry distance from the PGA tour is 269 yards. If you carry the ball 230 yards in the air the ball speed will be just over 130 miles per hour.
75 mph can carry about 145-150 yards of distance. For example in my testing Sports Sensors Swing Speed Radars SSR tend to run 5-12 higher depending on how you move the club through the hitting area because the Doppler radar measures the fastest moving part of the club versus a Trackman or X2 which has an additional algorithm to calculate the center face speed. Provided launch angle angle of attack backspin and sidespin are the same its pretty obvious that a golf ball that launches at 150 mph will travel further than a golf ball that launches at 140 mph.
To do so accurately hit ten to twenty balls choosing only the balls hit at roughly the same distance. Divide your average drive distance by 23. This simple chart above shows the relationship between how fast you swing the club club speed and how far you can potentially hit the ball with your golf driver.
Swing Speed Distance Calculator. Divide the distance by 175 which will provide the ball speed at impact. 85 mph can carry about 165-170 yards of distance.
Drivers and wedges in particular have several possible selections for loft. Because the number represents the average speed of a golf club head in the mph unit. Driver A player who is able to swing a driver at an even 100 miles per hour can expect a distance of around 258 yards.
Simply put Power Strength Speed. Not that its a practical calculation to make for your golf game or anything but it is fun to play with the numbers. These figures are a couple of years old but another recent study shows that they really havent changed that much.
Striking it high on the face towards the heel results in a ball speed of only 142 mph a drop of 11 mph and a total distance of 255 yards a decrease of 31 yards. 2495 These glasses are specially tinted to assist your seeing the golf ball while in. If you want to calculate your swing speed on your own this can easily be accomplished by using your average distance and multiplying this by 23.
So lets say your average yardage of drive distance is 195. Looking at the shot optimizer you can see that my spin dropped a little bit but the biggest culprit for the distance drop is the lack of height. Losing just 10 MPHs off of that swing and going down to 90 will pull the distance all the way down to about 232 yards a major difference when actually playing a round of golf.
And that roughly is your average swing speed. Step 5 Divide the ball. Better players tend to strike irons at the correct impact angle more often than higher handicap players.
Higher handicap players often hit 7 8 and 9 irons for maximum distance while better players hit them for accuracy. If you swing over 100 mph he says theres little to no chance. That means 195 divide by 23 is equal to 847 miles per hour.
Do not count the best or worst shots. A swing speed of 85 miles per hour can generate a distance. You will also see that based on ability and size iron distances vary in some cases significatly.
A swing speed of 75 miles per hour can generate a distance of 145-150 yards. 269 yards for a swing speed of 113 mph. This calculator has been updated to include carry distances and total distances for Drivers of different lofts and different club speeds.
Once again your swing speed comes into the picture A swing speed of 70 miles per hour can generate a distance of 135-140 yards. 70 mph can carry about 135-140 yards of distance. The chart is based on reasonable maximums normal conditions and represents optimal carry distances distance in the air.
These are all just general ranges for how swing speed translates to ideal shaft flex but it is a good place to start. A swing speed of 80 miles per hour can generate a distance of 155-160 yards. Golf Ball Finder Glasses.
Just select the club from the drop down menu and enter a distance of 200 yards to get the calculation which is a whopping 122 MPH of club head speed. This will give you your average club head speed in miles per hour. Getting properly fitted is the way to go but according to True Spec Golfs Tim Briand swing speed is a key parameter.
For instance if your average drive distance is 202 yards your average club head speed is 202 divided by 23 or approximately 878 mph. Based on this it makes perfect sense to incorporate smash factor drills into your training regime. Golf Ball Speed to Swing Speed Conversion Chart.
Depending on where a player is in their golf lifecycle the solutions to speed may vary in order of importance. If your swing speed is 100 mph and your SF is 15 your ball speed will be 150 mph. That makes the average male amateur driving efficiency to be 229 yards per mph of club head speed.
Power is the simple sum of how much force a player can generate plus how fast they can produce that force. 80 mph can carry about 155-160 yards of distance. For these average male golfers Trackman statistics report the average club head speed at this 14-15-handicap level is about 934 mphyielding an average total distance of 214 yards per drive.