Sport Science

Golf -Last updated May 13, 1997
Books Jorgensen, Theodore P. The Physics of Golf. Woodbury, NY: American Institute of Physics, 1994.
Martin, John Stuart. The Curious History of the Golf Ball, Mankind's Most Fascinating Sphere. New York: Horizon Press, 1968.
Articles

Adlington, Gregory S. "Proper Swing Technique and Biomechanics of Golf." Clinics in Sports Medicine, v15 n1, January 1, 1996, pp. 9.

  • More people are playing the game of golf than ever before. Many are coming to the game with knowledge only of other sports and their proper techniques, resulting in an increase in the number of golf-related injuries. Proper evaluation of swing technique combined with a solid practice program and properly fitted equipment allow players a chance to play pain-free and stay pain-free.
"Golf: The Game That Traps the Masses." [Chapter 12 of:] What Makes a Boomerang Come Back: How Things in Sports Work. Ann Arbor : Borders Press, 1992, pp. 139-153.
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