3 Time Major Champion and 2024 Hall of Fame Inductee

A known tinkerer and true student of the game, Padraig Harrington will do whatever it takes to gain speed. Part of this has been working with the SuperSpeed Golf Training System for nearly 8 years, helping him stay competitive on the PGA Tour, in Major Championships, and dominating the distance stats on the PGA Tour Champions.

“Speed is essential to the game of golf nowadays. If you aren't training speed, you are being left behind. I train with SuperSpeed because it is the easiest way to gain speed.”



A three-time collegiate All-American at Alabama, Cheyenne burst onto the scene becoming a winner on the LPGA Tour in her rookie season of 2019 at the Volunteers of America Classic.

"I've never hit it as far as some of the players on the LPGA Tour, but have found ways to play my game and be successful. With a bit more speed that I'm getting from working with the SuperSpeed Team, I'm excited to see the results in competition."


Korn Ferry Tour

After a standout collegiate career at San Jose State University, Cody is now high up on the 2023 Korn Ferry Tour points standings after runner up finishes at the first 2 events of the season and is close to locking up his 2024 PGA Tour card. Club head speed gains using SuperSpeed Golf have contributed to Cody’s early season success.

“I've had to make up for a lack of distance my whole career by having a great short game. Speed is definitely an aspect I can improve and I think I found the best tool to do that with the SuperSpeed Training System.



Hailing from Denmark, Nanna Koerstz Madsen is one of the longer players on the LPGA Tour. Speed is a major key to her success. Her work with the SuperSpeed Team has helped her climb to a staggering 108 MPH Club Speed. This gives Nanna a huge advantage in competition.

"Hitting the ball far just makes golf easy."



Amateur Golfer

Maxwell had a standout 2022-2023 season including setting an Ohio State scoring average at 70.64, winning the NCAA Auburn Regional, 7 top 5 finishes and 16 rounds in the 60s. He is ranked 27th in the World Amateur Golf Rankings, and qualified for the 2023 U.S. Open.


Long Drive Competitor

Averee is a content creator for Golfweek Magazine and Skratch, podcast host for “Why You Suck at Golf”, and World Long Drive competitor.

“I am excited to work with SuperSpeed because I need more speed! I need more speed if I want to become a world champion in long drive and it’s just the beginning.”


Golf Performance Coach

Jason has been on the cutting edge of rotational power training for many years. His Load to Explode program has helped top athletes in many sports including baseball, hockey, and golf reach the pinnacle of their athletic potential. A Trainer to many of the best players on the PGA Tour, Jason travels to many events, teaches seminars for TPI, and has coached many of the best junior Athletes in Canada.

"I'm very excited to officially be a member of the SuperSpeed family. I've worked with the SuperSpeed Team and their products for many years and have always respected what they do. We're excited to release some new programs to help players get even more out of their speed training."