In golf, the skill that gets the most attention is swing speed. Everyone likes to swing out of their shoes once in a while; it's in our nature. I want my drives to run further! And I often hear this correlation between swing speed and distance from golf instructors. But, the factors that work better in golf swing speed are connection, tempo, and timing. Increasing your swing speed would be the best way to develop distance. You can gain around three yards for every mile per hour you increase your swing speed. And if you can raise your swing speed by five miles per hour, you can hit the ball around 15 yards farther. I also agree that increasing your club head speed, golf ball speed, and miles per hour will help you hit the ball farther. Note that, golfers with lower handicaps typically have longer driver distances. While senior golfers are less flexible or have a lower point of impact than more advanced players. So, why do advanced players have such longer drives than amateurs?
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