As we know quite well, enjoyment of the game of golf is enhanced when a golfer can hit the ball farther and maintain the swing consistency needed for lower scores. Swing speed relates directly to distance and consistent tempo time translates to consistent ball striking.
For the first time, an affordable instrument is available by which golfers can obtain immediate real-time feedback on these two important swing characteristics–clubhead swing speed and tempo time. The Swing Speed Radar® with Tempo Time (SSRTT) is basically two instruments in one. When used on the driving range, or during practice rounds, the immediate feedback of these two inputs provided by the SSRTT, along with the ball flight characteristics, will help establish a benchmark by which a golfer can monitor swing performance, optimize swing mechanics, and monitor swing consistency.
Various metronome devices are available for golfers to emulate tempo characteristics of their swing, particularly the ratio of the back swing to the forward swing. Because the entire swing time from takeaway to ball impact is only about 0.80 to 1.40 seconds, the human reaction time is a significant percentage of the golfer’s tempo, and emulating specific swing tempo parameters can be challenging. The new Swing Speed Radar® with Tempo Timer compliments tempo training by measuring a golfers’ ACTUAL Tempo Time consistency, from club takeaway to ball contact, to one hundreth of a second, as well as Clubhead Swing Speed within 1 mph up to 100 mph, and 1% over 100 mph.
The Swing Speed Radar with Tempo Timer is fast becoming a hit with serious golfers trying to improve their game, and with instructors and professional clubmakers assisting in accomplishing their objectives.
|“THE MOST AFFORDABLE, PORTABLE INSTRUMENT AVAILABLE FOR MEASURING CLUBHEAD SWING SPEED AND TEMPO TIME.” — JIM McLEAN|