Long Drive Instructions
A message from Steve Griffith - RE/MAX World Long Drive Champion
Hi, I'm Steve Griffith a RE/MAX World Long Drive Champion. Some of you may know me through my popular book Long And Straight Golf and others from viewing my championship on ESPN.
I actually used the SSR to help win the world long drive championship. I also finished 2nd four times and I have been a world long drive championship finalist 15 straight years. I have also fininshed 2nd in the United States Senior Long Drive Championships.
Why do I need the Swing Speed Radar training devise?
The Swing Speed Radar is a small electronic gadget that is positioned near the golf ball and measures the club head speed of a golfer's swing. Golfers can determine their optimum swing speed for distance, control and accuracy. SSR will also determine the golf club characteristics that achieve the best results for you. Using Swing Speed Radar you can monitor the effects of changes in your mechanics on swing performance.
The Swing Speed Radar is only about the size of a clock radio (and a smaller one at that). It comes with a metal stand that allows the unit to be positioned near to the golf ball and facing the path of the golfer's swing. It runs on three AA batteries. This radar gun is not just a fun gadget, but a true training devise for golf and baseball/softball instructional aid.
When a golfer swings, an LED display shows the speed of the clubhead as it passes in front of the Swing Speed Radar. The unit can be set to display the speed in miles per hour or kilometers per hour. The Swing Speed Radar can also be used by baseball/softball players to determine the optimum swing for your best distance, quickness, and bat control.
The unit automatically clears the previous reading with each swing and is ready for its next reading immediately. It will also shut off automatically if not used within a certain period of time.
Unlike most radar speed guns? Swing Speed Radar is completely safe. Powered by three AA-size batteries, the Swing Speed Radar transmission level is well within FCC requirements and prescribed safety levels. It is microprocessor-controlled, and indicates calculated miles-per-hour clubhead or bat speeds, ranging from 30 to over 200 miles-per-hour, on a large easy-to-read liquid crystal display. The affordable Swing Speed Radar is a valuable aid for players of all ages and skill levels, and is a powerful tool for coaches and instructors. And everyone enjoys using it!
Swing Speed Radar can be used in conjunction with a long drive and golf swing training programs (Such as Long And Straight Golf) designed to improve a golfer's swing speed and, therefore, his distance. For example, a golfer working to improve his swing and distance can use the Swing Speed Radar to monitor progress.
Purchase yours today and start training to improve your golf swing and hitting longer distances. Swing Speed Radar comes with a 12 month manufacturer's limited guarantee in workmanship or materials.