Frequent question: Who has the fastest swing speed on the PGA Tour?

How fast is Bryson DeChambeau swing speed?

DeChambeau himself has upped his average driver swing speed to 132.25 mph — an increase of more than 12% since 2018 — which is measured during each round he plays over the course of the PGA Tour season. There’s no fooling anyone with a year-long statistic like that.

What is Tiger Woods club head speed?

While faster, Woods was not very behind the long drive star, and that too almost 15 years ago. His average clubhead speed is around 133.5 mph, and his fastest was recorded at 139 mph.

Who has the fastest ball speed in golf?

Using an unreleased Cobra prototype driver and his Bridgestone Tour B X golf balls, DeChambeau officially eclipsed the 220 mph mark, topping out at 221.5 mph.

What is the fastest golf club head speed?

The highest recorded club speed is 156 mph! This was accomplished by Connor Powers during the Quarterfinals of the 2014 World Long Drive Championship.

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What is Rory McIlroy’s swing speed?

Average Golf Swing Speed Chart

Name Club Head Speed
Rory McIlroy 118 mph
Martin Kaymer 116 mph
Louis Oosthuizen 116 mph
Lee Westwood 115 mph

Is 110 club head speed good?

What is the average golf head speed? The average clubhead speed for many male, amateur golfers is between 80-90 mph. Leading LPGA players come in around 90-100 mph. Tour pros tend to have average golf swing speeds in the 110-115 mph range or even higher, and long drive competitors are all the way up in the 140s.

How many balls a day does Tiger Woods hit?

Tiger Woods might hit up to 1000 balls per day. The average seems to be at least 500 though. The driving range is only a small portion of practice for professionals.

What was John Daly’s swing speed?

John Daly can achieve swing speeds over 130 mph. Golf club head speed is the biggest determinant of how far a golf ball will travel. Many golf professionals are able to generate high club speeds through their form and method of striking the ball.

What is good club head 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.

What is the fastest golf swing ever?

Golf Swing of Ryan Winther 2012 RE/MAX World Long Drive Champion and World Record Holder for the fastest golf swing and ball speed at 167 mph and 226.7mph respectively.

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What is the fastest golf swing recorded?


  • Highest swing speed recorded – 167.1 mph.
  • Highest ball speed recorded – 239 mph.
  • Longest competitive drive – 485 yards.

What’s the farthest golf ball ever hit?

The world record recognized by Guinness World Records as the longest drive in a competition is 515 yards (471 m) by 64-year-old Mike Austin in 1974 at the US Senior National Open Qualifier with a 43.5″ steel shafted persimmon wood driver.

What is the average PGA Tour swing speed?

PGA Tour pros average upwards of 110 mph of swing speed. Scratch golfers average around 106 mph of swing speed. High single-digit handicaps hover around 97 mph. Average golfers swing the club about 93 mph.

What swing speed requires a stiff shaft?

In general, golfers with driver swing speeds over 95 mph should play stiff flex shafts, and those under 95 mph should play regular flex. Shafts also come in extra stiff (105+ mph) and senior flex (under 85 mph).

How fast do you have to swing to hit a golf ball 300 yards?

But if you’re up for a challenge and want a goal to aim for, talk to GOLF Top 100 Teacher Andrew Rice. Rice conducts lots of studies using launch data, which you can read on his website, and tells golfers that if they want to hit the ball over 300 yards, they need to swing their driver about 108 mph.