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The physics of golf

by Theodore Prey Jorgensen

  • 356 Want to read
  • 27 Currently reading

Published by AIP Press in New York, NY .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Physics.,
  • Golf.,
  • Force and energy.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementTheodore P. Jorgensen.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 155 p. :
    Number of Pages155
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15365692M
    ISBN 100883189550
    LC Control Number93030146

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    The Science of the Perfect Swing appeals to those who are seeking a clear explanation of the inner workings of golf. It allows golfers to visualize the underlying physics of their sport, and so enjoy a deeper appreciation of good shot making.   Mark F. Smith delves into the details of the game in his new book, Golf Science, and shares a few lessons here. View Gallery 12 Photos 1 of Perception Problem.


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It includes a new chapter on putting, a new appendix on the fundamental physics covered in the book, increased coverage of modern club design, and an /5. why a golf ball behaves and spins as it does; and much more.

Written by a physicist after some twenty years of research, Physics of Golf is the only book devoted exclusively to explaining the science behind a successful golf game. Technical appendices offer details for the so inclined.

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Written by a physicist after some twenty years of research, Physics of Golf is the only book devoted exclusively to explaining the science behind a successful golf game.

Technical appendices offer details for the so inclined. The revised and expanded second now offers you: new material on high-tech club designs -a complete new chapter on short.

"For anyone who has swung a golf club, the book is fun to read". -- Robert K. Adair, author of The Physics of Baseball"Jorgensen tells golfers what they ought to be doing and why, the correct technique according to the principles of physics".

-- Golf WeeklyThe Physics of Golf shows you how to perfect your golf stroke, choose the right clubs, and make the handicap system work to 4/5(1). He is truly the Grand Master of golf physics.' Golf: The Science and the Art is a wide-ranging must read for students of the game, as well as a technical primer for the professional seeking an understanding of the science of golf.

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It includes a new chapter on putting, a new appendix on the fundamental physics covered in the book, increased coverage of modern club design, and an updated reference section. As in the previous book, most of the mathematics is relegated to a technical appendix.

The first edition of this book. But first word or last, for anyone who has swung a golf club, the book is fun to read." Physics Today (BOB ADAIR, AUTHOR OF PHYSICS OF BASEBALL) show more. Rating details. 31 ratings. out of 5 stars.

5 16% (5) 4 45% (14) 3 19% (6) 2 10% (3) 1 10% (3) Book ratings by Goodreads/5(31). This book is an revision and expansion of the best selling AIP Press title, Physics of Golf. It includes a new chapter on putting, a new appendix on the fundamental physics covered in the book, increased coverage of modern club design, and an updated reference section.

As in the previous book, most of the mathematics is relegated to a technical appendix.4/5(1). [The book] is designed to be accessible to the casual reader while satisfying the critical student.

But first word or last, for anyone who has swung a golf club, the book is fun to read." Physics Today (BOB ADAIR, AUTHOR OF PHYSICS OF BASEBALL)--This text refers to the paperback s:   NBC Learn, in partnership with the United States Golf Association, explores the science of golf.

In this segment, the physics behind the development of golf. The physics of a golf swing is deceptively more complicated than one might imagine. At first glance it might appear as simple as swinging a club and hitting the ball. But in fact, there is quite a bit more to it.

There is the importance of technique obviously, but there is also some interesting physics that goes into making the "perfect" golf. "Golf is the game that has more interesting physics than any other," Dewhurst explained. According to Steven Nesbit, a professor of mechanical engineering at Layafette College in Easton, Pennsylvania, Dewhurst's book is the latest in a long line by authors who have focused on the science of golf.

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