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  1. iacas

    Science

    Dr. Sasho Mackenzie had a quote in the March issue of Golf magazine that I liked. Listen, there'll always be science-deniers and the belief that none of what I or other researchers do is necessary. They're going to be eroded away. There'll be fewer and fewer of these people once the community realizes that science and technology are simply about learning and understanding better ways to swing a golf club. I no longer feel bad for the instructors who fight it, because the information's out there. If they've got a theory that's different from mine, fine. I'm open-minded. I'll listen. Maybe
  2. This will be an odd post to write, and I'm going to ask for some leeway in how you interpret it to give me the benefit of the doubt. This is not a rant, I'm not upset, and this is not aimed at anyone in particular. I, more than anyone else, am aware of my flaws and limitations, and unaware of much of what other people do, and I recognize that. I also stand by the work I've done here on TST, with my students, and with the various other things I've done over the years - training a hundred or so instructors in 5SK, writing a book and making a Lowest Score Wins DVD, the work, time, and energy I've
  3. Discuss "The Science of Golf Putting: A Complete Guide…" by Dias and Couceiro here.
  4. https://www.missionjuno.swri.edu/news/juno_spacecraft_in_orbit_around_mighty_jupiter Just shy of 5 years the Juno spacecraft has successfully entered Jupiter's orbit. It occurred on July 4th, at 8:53 PM PDT.
  5. This stuff really intrigues me.....there is more real science out there on the golf swing than you might think. I started another thread for an article on movement variance....and then I found this article.....and then some others. So I decided to start a catch-all thread. Moderators feel free to add the other article to this thread if you think it's necessary. Anyway, to start the ball rolling..... Here is a link to a paper by Bob Grober, PhD. Bob is an adjunct at Yale's department of applied physics. He has done a lot of study on tempo in the golf swing, and even sold a
  6. Our discussion in another thread about the consistency of all golfers' swings was very interesting, and enlightening I think for most of us. In the discussion, we agreed that if golf swings were essentially repeating and consistent for all golfers irrespective of skill level, but that results obviously varied significantly across skill levels, there must be some variability somewhere in the poor golf swings that isn't immediately recognizable on standard video. We used the terms "macro" and "micro" to illustrate this; we said all of our swings are consistent on the "macro" level, but that
  7. Media outlets - particularly those of a political nature - are filled with pieces about the environment, and there is of course a huge, emotional debate over climate. This study makes it all seem trivial. As I read it, nothing short of a return to hunter-gatherer societies, or some type of society with orders-of-magnitude less economic activity than what we have now, can save us from mass extinction. Oh, it's a few centuries into the future for sure, so we can keep playing golf. But in geologic time, we just have a few minutes left. I can't link the full text article, but if you email the au
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