SpeedStix

features

  • Portable Speed Training
  • Web Based Training Program
  • Adaptors for your driver
  • TPI Certified Instructor

SpeedStix in detail

Speed Stix are a set of three weights and an adapter to fit on your driver or fairway wood shaft, turning your club into a set of golf speed sticks. Alongside our training program from a TPI certified trainer you can increase your club head speed by over 10 mph....that equates to 27 yards extra carry. Longer drives, shorter irons into greens, more birdie opportunities. Time to upgrade your swing to a super speed golf swing! Get the golf swing trainer that will do the most to lower your handicap.

The body has alternating segments of stable and mobile joints. If it is working as it should, then the body is free to jump, squat, turn, push, pull, throw and chop – all actions that find themselves in an explosive swing. If any segment doesn’t perform as it should, then a compensation is made and power will leak and/or pain will be present. Our app will identify how this relates to you.

Work through our physical tests and record your findings for us to correct in the next section. Golf Posture Check, Pelvic Mobility, Hip Hinge Mobility and more.

From the comfort of your home or the gym we have a training program for you. Learn and then strengthen the three main areas responsible for a strong golfing body.

Learn how to use a combination of explosive jumps and throws to train your central nervous system to move faster at the key moves associated with high speed golf swings. All from the comfort of your home.

Your more powerful and efficient body mechanics can now be applied to the golf swing. We’ll take you through our speed progression programme which will transfer directly into swinging your clubs faster and hitting the ball further.

SpeedStix Training Program

The SpeedStix training program is included free with your purchase.  Fully web based and optimised for mobile and PC, view the training videos wherever it suits you.

To give you an example of some of the modules, take a look a the tests below, have a go at them and see how you get on.

Watch Internal Hip Rotation Mobility

Watch Shoulder Joint External Rotation Mobility and Stability

Watch Upper Back Rotation Mobility/Thoracic Spine Rotation

INTRODUCTION
How to set the SpeedStix system
WARM UP
Warm-up properly for golf & training
TESTING
Work through our physical tests to identify your weaknesses.
CORRECTIVE EXERCISES
Learn how to correct your individual limitations identified within the tests.
STRENGTH TRAINING
From the comfort of your home or from the gym; with or without equipment we have a training program for you. Learn and then strengthen the three main areas responsible for a strong golfing body.
POWER TRAINING
Learn how to use a combination of explosive jumps and throws to train your central nervous system to move faster at the key moves associated with high speed golf swings. We have a program for your experience level.
THE SPEEDSTIX PROTOCOL
We’ll take you through our speed progression programme which will transfer directly into swinging your clubs faster.
PROGRAMME PLANNING AND PROGRESSION
Use our included training guides and planner to train effectively and efficiently (available on our website).

SpeedStix or Speed Sticks? Distance Matters, name doesn't.

  • Golf Speed Sticks Phil on Hitting Bombs See what Phil has to say about Speed Sticks, TPI and hitting high, nasty bombs.

    Phil on Insta

    Disclaimer: Phil Mickelson has no affiliation with SpeedStix and no endorsement is implied.

  • Golf Speed Sticks Lowest Score Wins Golf is unique: it’s the only sport in which the Lowest Score Wins. Golfers have been inundated for years with advice and sayings intended to help them shoot lower scores, like “spend 50% of your time practicing your putting” or “you’ve got to be in the short grass.”

    What if we told you that most of this popular advice was not true at all? That these myths are holding you back from reaching your potential and shooting the lowest score possible? Visit Lowest Score Wins for why distance is the most important aspect of golf, and how to use it to lower your scores. You can get a 4 video set from Vimeo here, use the promo code GolfAppsLSW for 10% off.

  • Golf Speed Sticks Trackman Combine Golf critics talk about technology making golf courses obsolete because of distance, but what they fail to clarify is that this only pertains to 0.1% of the golfing population. In truth, the vast majority of golfers are playing from tees that are too long based on their club speed and skill level.
    If golfers are to continue playing the same length tees, then optimizing their driver distance is going to be key to enhancing their performance.
    Because of the trends and correlations found in the TrackMan Combine data, it is possible to calculate the proximity to hole for nearly any handicap or approach distance with high confidence.
    By increasing your club head speed by 10mph, you can increase your driver carry distance by 27 yards.
    Distance to target reductions from hitting your drive 30 yards further:
    Yards left to pin: 224 to 195 = 43 feet closer
    Yards left to pin: 202 to 173 = 37 feet closer
    Yards left to pin: 184 to 155 = 31 feet closer
    Yards left to pin: 165 to 136 = 25 feet closer
    Yards left to pin: 102 to 73 = 7 foot closer
    That means more greens hit, and more legitimate birdie putts.
    performance of the average male amateur
  • Golf Speed Sticks Distance vs Accuracy The impact of driving distance and accuracy on scores: For a 20 yard increase in driving distance, a typical 100-golfers score will decrease by an average of 2.3 strokes per round. For a one-degree improvement in accuracy a typical 100-golfers score will decrease by an average of 1 stroke per round. Extra driving distance is worth more to high scoring golfers than low scoring golfers. The results below are based on a simulation analysis in a 2013 Columbia Business School working paper by Broadie and Ko:

    Strokes per 20 yards: PGA Tour - 0.8; 80s - 1.3; 90s - 1.6; 100s - 2.3
    Stroker per degree: PGA Tour - 0.8; 80s - 0.9; 90s - 0.9; 100s - 1.0