Golf Swing Speed Challenge Review

Golf Swing Speed Challenge reviews

Does Golf Swing Speed Challenge Really Work or Is it a Scam? Here is a review of Alex Gairdner's Program:

Do you love heading out to the golf course to play every weekend, but hate it when your drives fall well short of their intended targets? Are you wondering why you can’t seem to get those extra 20-30 yards that would put you in a great position for your second shot? If you answered yes to these questions, and would like to put a little more air under your drives, you will want to take a closer look at the Golf Swing Speed Challenge.

In this comprehensive course Alex Gairdner teaches golfers of all skill levels how to speed up their swings and get those precious extra yards on their long drives. Alex wasn’t always a 300 yard driver—in fact, he was stuck around 230 yards for years before he discovered the techniques he teaches in his guide. It wasn’t until he learned how to take full advantage of his body mechanics and swing the club faster that he was able to start adding distance to his drives.

Speed Equals Distance

Gairdner discovered that he could gain 2.2 yards of distance for every one mile per hour of club speed. This meant that even small increases in club speed could produce significant results, and he set out to discover how he could improve his mechanics and swing the club faster. He studied everything he could get his hands on, and worked with several instructors to perfect his stance, grip and mental approach to swinging the club. The end result was a 300 yard drive and the birth of this course.

What most golfers do not realize is that they don’t have to get bigger or stronger to add distance to their drives—they just need to improve the mechanics of their swing. It all comes down to using your body in an effective way to produce maximum torque on the backswing and come forward with more speed in your swing. Alex likes to think of it like shooting a rubber band. The harder you pull back on the band, the farther it will fly when you let it go. This is an over simplification, of course, as a golf swing is more mechanically complicated, but the principle fits.

How the Course Works

There are 4 elements involved in the perfect golf swing, and Gairdner spends time focusing on each individual element before he teaches you how to put them all together to increase club speed. He stresses that in order to get the best drive possible all four elements must come together perfectly in unison. This is where the challenge comes in, and where practice will make perfect. You will spend time working to improve each of the four elements individually using a series of specific exercises. Once you master each element on its own it is time to combine them into one perfect swing.

It’s All About Speed

There are plenty of complete golf courses out there that cover every aspect of the game, but this is not one of them. This course focuses exclusively on improving your swing through increased club speed. It doesn’t cover putting, pitching, or any of the other strokes you use in a game of golf. I mention this because some golfers want to improve every aspect of their game simultaneously, and these folks would be better off with a more general course. However, if your main goal is longer drives, this is the perfect course for you.

At $57, the course is not exactly cheap, but I will say that the techniques Gairdner teaches work, and this is made clear when you read through the testimonials left by his customers. I found many reviews where customers claimed to have added 70 or more yards to their drives. If you know anything about golf, you know just how impressive this is. Even adding 20 yards is considered a significant accomplishment.


To sweeten the pot Gairdner has included two additional bonus courses meant to be completed after the main course to add even more distance to your drives. These include brand new drills that pick up where the main guide left off to allow you to continue improving.

In addition, the course is backed by a 60-day money back guarantee, so you get to evaluate the course for a full 8 weeks before deciding if it’s right for you. With a deal like this you really can’t go wrong.