# How To Measure Golf Swing Speed?

How to Estimate Golf Club Speed

1. Hit 20 golf balls with your driver at your local practice range and record the distance the drives carried.
2. Subtract a “roll factor” from the drive average to determine the distance of carry for your drives.
3. Divide the distance by 1.75, which will provide the ball speed at impact.

## How do I determine my golf swing speed?

Divide your average drive distance by 2.3. This will give you your average club head speed in miles per hour. For instance, if your average drive distance is 202 yards, your average club head speed is 202 divided by 2.3, or approximately 87.8 mph.

## Is there an app to measure golf swing speed?

The Mevo app is available for iOS and Android devices. You can automatically capture video and view overlaid real-time performance data. The parameters measured are: ball and club head speed.

## What is a good swing speed in golf?

Well, more than 40 percent of golfers measured swing the club between 91 and 100 mph, according to the same data. The overall average is 93.4 mph, so if you’re hovering around there, you should feel pretty proud of yourself. A swing speed in the 90s puts you right around average.

## What is a good swing speed for a 7 iron?

An average golfer will swing a seven iron about 75 mph. This number can change based on the weight of the club and if it is steel or graphite. The faster you swing a seven iron, the further it will go. If you can swing at about 85 mph, you will see distances closer to 165 yards.

## What is the average swing speed for a 7 iron?

According to TrackMan statistics, the average 7-iron clubhead speed on the PGA Tour is 90 mph. The average male recreational golfer, on the other hand, swings the same club at closer to 75 mph, which is why he hits his 7-iron about 140 yards, compared with 170 to 180 yards for the Tour guys.

## Can you measure swing speed with iPhone?

Bridgestone’s BFIT app allows your iPhone to be used as a virtual launch monitor to determine clubhead speed, ball speed, launch angle and distance.

## How is golf swing path measured?

To measure the Club Path angle (in/out), the club path is projected onto the X-Z plane (i.e. the ground) and the angle the club path is measured against the path of swinging straight through the ball. ‘Outside in’ refers to the club path coming closer to the golfer as the head swings through the impact point.

## What is the average Amatuer golf swing speed?

Good standard amateurs will hit a 7 iron at around 70-77 MPH but it is not uncommon for good golfers to hit the ball at around 90 MPH. If you are a beginner, older player, or women golfer then you are looking at a swing speed of around 67MPH to 73MPH.

## Is club speed the same as swing speed?

Swing speed can be defined as how fast the golf club is traveling when it strikes the ball. Ball speed will always be faster than club speed due to transference of momentum from the heavy head of the golf club to the lighter, high-energy ball.