Different lessons from pro golfer’s, as a scientist
I want to think about swing based on physics and kinematics
When I began to play golf, I was recommended to learn it by teacher or pro golfer. However, their teaching style were not interesting for me.
I studied physics in university, and I had been personal trainer for 3 years then, I have the knowledge of physics and kinematics.
I felt pros didn’t know these science, just talk about images and feelings.
I thought it was better for me to study golf swing by myself, and my study of golf swing started then.
The more I study golf swing, The more it is getting simple.
This is why I dislike the lessons by pro golfer, they speak too much information in a lesson.
But the more I study it based on physics and kinematics, the more it is getting simple. It should be few that we take action in a swing.
I ended up to 2 major physical principle, “Twist” and “Inertial force”.
There are 2 major physical principles to get a pro golfer’s swing
We can’t spin without forces from outside
Firstly, we should think about the difference between “spin” and “twist”.
We have to deal the centrifugal force