Elements of the Swing Fundamental Edition – Ebook
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You’ve seen what a golf swing looks like. Now, for the first time, you can look under the hood and learn how and why the club moves during the swing, with the help of the first book dedicated to explaining the basics of golf swing kinetics—the forces at work during a swing. In the Elements of the Swing, cutting edge software and thousands of hours of research and analysis combine to illustrate the basic forces and torques that make a golf club move.
Elements of the Swing is the result of a seven-year research project and collaboration with the game’s preeminent researcher—Dr. Steven Nesbit, a mechanical engineering professor at Lafayette College. Dr. Nesbit designed the digital swing model the USGA used to create distance standards for drivers and golf balls, and his sports movement research is the most cited in the field.
It features 162 pages of analysis and graphics, along with detailed swing scouting reports on professional and amateur players using parameters from the new software. It is the essential guidebook for any player or teacher entering the world of swing science, and the first of its kind in the long history of golf publishing.