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LPGA golfer Paula Creamer's swing is analyzed to illustrate potential and kinetic energy.
Torque and moment of inertia are two key physics concepts to hit the ball straight.
Maintaining a golf course requires the use of one of nature's most precious resources: water.
The physics concepts of torque, centripetal force, and double pendulum effect help with powerful drives.
Unlike most sports, in the game of golf the player with the lowest score wins, and negative numbers can indicate a well-played…
Suzann Pettersen, a professional golfer on the LPGA tour, uses putting to help demonstrate the physics concepts of work, energy…
The brief collision between the club face and the ball produces friction, which unleashes spin.
A stimpmeter calculates green speed by relying on the principals of kinematics: position, velocity and acceleration
Golfers can have their Handicap Index calculated at a USGA-licensed golf club using this simple mathematical formula
The Rules of Golf limit the volume of the head of a golf club to 460 cubic centimeters.
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