Originally Posted by RadarNinja
Yes and no. Like i've said, hitting up with all variables the same, will yield greater carry distance. I teach players to try to strike ball as close to level as possible. I've just personally seen many golfers ruin their swings by simply moving the ball forward, swinging out to the right and pulling up on the handle. I never said anybody was wrong, simply that from my experiences you can't simply isolate one variable, that being AoA, and keep all others constant. My experience has been alot of people talk TrackMan numbers like golf is played in a vacuum
, but really don't understand the variables that come into play. Heck, I struggle to get anything greater than +1 usually in the -2/+1/2* range and I don't consider myself a fast swinger or distance challenged.
This is underlined part looks highly ironical to my mind.
A username called Radar
Ninja, complaining about ineffectiveness and unrealisticness of Doppler Shift radar
Does radar represent physical reality, does radar paint a picture of real world so to speak, what effect do radars have and what purpose?
Sir, I hope you realize that Doppler Shift radar works perfectly fine in the real world. Nothing has happened to the laws of physics, in order to stop the doppler shift radar from working. Except stealth technology and radar-absorbant materials, but I don't think that golf balls are made with stealth technology but I might be wrong on that...
The Air Force uses doppler radars all the time and they love them. F-22A Raptor is equipped with doppler shift radar, I guess you better call the Air Force and warn them if the radars don't work in real life !!! Why
would golf application of doppler radar be any different? Any different compared to tracking fighter aircraft at long ranges in the sky?