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What biomechanics are involved in playing golf?

Asked by ilvorangeiceblocks (793 points ) October 1st, 2010

What are the different types of biomechanics that are involved whilst a person is playing golf and how do they work?

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http://www.drkochno.com/biomechanics.htm Check this out @ilvorangeiceblocks ! Think this could answer your question.

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The golf swing is an athletic move but it is actually quite simple. Assuming you are a right handed golfer, a simple way to think of the swing is to visualize your legs as posts in the ground. Rotate around your right leg on the backswing and around your left leg in the follow through. The swing should then happen quite naturally.

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