For golfers with an average swing speed of about 85-90mph, improving smash factor by just 0.05 can add up to 10 yards to their drives. That could mean taking one club less on their approach. That’s a lot to gain for such a small improvement.
Smash factor is a measure of how close to the sweet spot you strike the ball.
Once we know your smash factor, we can use that to inform how we go about improving your shot-making. That could be swing speed, face angle at impact, launch angle, or spin rate. It could also be the shaft and type of driver head you’re playing.
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Let’s dial you in and set you up to break through to new levels of distance and enjoyment.