Swing Speed Radar
Swing Speed Radar with Tempo Timer
Measure your swing speed with affordable Doppler radar!!
Increase your swing speed to increase your distance!
Monitor your swing consistency!
Include velocity feedback when trouble-shooting your swing!
Determine your optimum swing speed for distance, control and accuracy!
Determine the club characteristics that achieve the best results!
Monitor the effects of changes in your mechanics on your swing performance!
Trying to gain distance? Making swing changes can lead to greater clubhead speed but not ball speed if mishitting the ball. Know instantly whether swing changes increase your clubhead speed, then work on consistency.
Monitor the effectivenss on other swing aids that claim to increase clubhead speed.
IT'S NOT HOW HARD YOU SWING BUT HOW WELL YOU SWING!!
Ball Distance is primarily
determined by :
· Launch Angle
· Ball Spin & Aerodynamics
Speed is basically dependent on :
· Clubface “SWEET-ZONE” Squareness
on the ball
· C.O.R. of
the ball/clubface collision
Clubhead Speed is determined by :
· OPTIMIZE your clubhead
your personal SWING
SPEED RADAR™ as
you practice on your own in
as well as on the
or during practice rounds;
OR with your clubmaker,
FOR BEST RESULTS!
ONLY $119.95 ! Click on the PayPal Logo below to use your credit card.
a free copy of " How
to hit the Longest Golf Ball Using New Golf Club Technology"
BALL SHIELD to measure Ball Speed
The Ball Shield protects the Swing Speed Radar and the Swing Speed Radar with Tempo Timer from ball impacts when either Radar is being used for ball speed measurements.
Place the Radar flat on its' back, about 3 feet directly in front of the tee, such that it doesn't read clubhead speed. Place the Ball Shield over the Radar with the sloping surface toward the teed ball, and with the Radar Display protruding from the open end of the Ball Shield.
Ball speed will be measured accurately for balls passing directly over the Radar at launch angles of about 12 degrees or less. Ball speed measurements at higher launch angles are reduced due to the cosine effect of the ball trajectory and Radar vector.
Velocities of well-struck balls are typically 40% to 47% faster than clubhead speed. Balls not hit on the clubface center can be much lower in velocity, depending on how far from the center the ball was hit, and the C.O.R. characteristics of the clubface design.
A GREAT TOOL FOR LONG DRIVE COMPETITORS, AND ALL SERIOUS GOLFERS WORKING ON INCREASING THEIR DRIVING DISTANCE!!
Only $19.95. Email me at email@example.com if you'd like to purchase a Ball Shield.
Swing Speed Radar™ with Tempo
The Swing Speed Radar™ with Tempo Timer is a small,
inexpensive microwave Doppler radar velocity sensor that
provides the swing speed and tempo rhythm for golfers of
all ages and skill levels. It assists players in developing
/optimizing their swing, and maintaining consistency, by
measuring ACTUAL TEMPO TIME from club takeaway to ball impact
at the climax of their forward swing, as well as the SWING
SPEED of the clubhead as it approaches the ball. The Swing
Speed Radar™ with Tempo Timer, featuring simple
one-button operation, provides unmatched utility in a
Clubhead speed and tempo are two significant characteristics
of a golfer’s swing that must be optimized and controlled
if the golfer is to consistently achieve his/her best ball-striking
results. Expensive launch monitors costing thousands of dollars,
primarily used by well-funded clubmakers, instructors, or
pro golfers, generally include these two vital parameters
in their measurement systems. However, less expensive devices
for use by most instructors, clubmakers, and by the golfing
public are limited in utility. Conventional swing speed meters
can be inconsistent, unreliable, and complicated to use.
Some even require attachments to the club that can change
the club swing dynamics. Metronome-type devices can provide
tempo time models for the golfer to try to emulate, but the
resulting tempo time can only be estimated by comparisons
with the model.
The Swing Speed Radar™ with Tempo Timer can be set
to measure and display clubhead swing speed alone (SS Mode);
tempo time, from club takeaway to ball impact, alone (TT
Mode); or both swing speed and tempo time in the Dual Mode,
in which the display toggles (alternates) between swing speed
and tempo time.
The Swing Speed Radar™ with Tempo Timer is the practical
choice of clubmakers and instructors who want the flexibility
and convenience of use in the field as well as at their home-based
hitting stations. It can be used by golfers of all ages and
skill levels, at home or at their practice facilities, as
they strive to optimize their swing mechanics and rhythm
for their best distance, control, consistency and accuracy.
Golfers need to determine the tempo time that best suits
their swing rhythm. John Novosel, in his best selling new
book "Tour Tempo", points out that most Pro Tour
Golfers have tempo times within the range of 0.9 to 1.3 seconds.
Ben Jackson, Owner and Head Instructor at the New England
Golf Academy, emphasizes the trend for the new, young Tour
Pros of today is for faster tempo times. In Ben's words, "Speed
is the new frontier!" (Tempo time and swing speed!)
Check out your tempo time and swing speed and see where you
fit in!! The next page of this web site is a chart of ball
carry distance relative to clubhead swing speed!
Order your now for $149.95