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"The Science of Golf Putting: A Complete Guide…" by Dias and Couceiro

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It looks a bit overpriced for the depth of analysis. Appears to have a very heavy reliance on Pelz.

Don't see much indication of original work / experimental data. An interesting question to explore would have been if the putting stroke is like a pendulum are both simple pendulum and driven pendulum models equally valid for results or is one better than the other across a full range of putting green variables?

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On 6/8/2016 at 5:23 AM, natureboy said:

It looks a bit overpriced for the depth of analysis. Appears to have a very heavy reliance on Pelz.

Don't see much indication of original work / experimental data. An interesting question to explore would have been if the putting stroke is like a pendulum are both simple pendulum and driven pendulum models equally valid for results or is one better than the other across a full range of putting green variables?

Look, I know putting is a lot harder than it looks, but how can one genuinley write a whole book about it ?

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