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There’s no doubt that golf is one of the most fun and technically skilled sports out there, but is it also good for you? Anyone who’s followed John Daly’s career might think fitness isn’t needed for golf, but he’s an exception, not a rule. In fact, as the rest of the PGA pro crowd will show you, golfing is great for your health and has a surprising number of benefits—even if you’re just practicing at home with your golf swing aids or golf swing analyzer.

The best golf simulators of today are serious pieces of tech and are the dream for many golfers. Those who already own one—pros and amateurs alike—couldn’t imagine living without their sim. They see it as an indispensable aid for their game, and something that helps them be the best that they can be.

With amazingly precise portable launch monitors fast becoming part of everyone’s golf bag, today’s players have a wealth of information at their fingertips. Anyone looking to refine their swing has a number of data points to choose from and a number of places to start.

One such data point that many overlook is golf ball speed. In this article, we’ll go into exactly what ball speed is, how to interpret the data, and how it can help you to become a better player.

For many golfers, one of the biggest goals, and challenges, is to improve overall yardage. However, while a high-tech launch monitor can provide you with accurate data, you still need something to measure up against. After all, what is a “good” golf drive? And how does your average golf drive compare against other amateurs, or against the top pros?

You live golf, you breathe golf, and now you’re starting to even dream about golf. Every day you wake up, hungry for more, itching to get out your golf swing analyzer and whittle down that handicap.  

If that sounds like you, and you’re as golf-obsessed as we are, you’re probably ready to set yourself some new challenges—to finally put together your golf bucket list and get to work on those dreams.