Category Archives: Newton’s Third Law

Power: Building Up Energy (Lesson 6, Part 1)

Lee Trevino described Jack Nicklaus as longer than Tiger Woods.  It is hard to doubt.  The PGA at one time held a driving contest prior to the PGA Championship.  In 1963, Nicklaus hit a ball 341 yards – a ballata … Continue reading

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A Game of Opposites: Anchored (Lesson 4, Part 2)

About this site: Golf as God Gave It To Us Where were we?  Yes.  That’s right.  Golf is a game of opposites.  Try to move the ball right, it goes left; try to move the ball left, it goes right; … Continue reading

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A Game of Opposites: Understanding the Basics (Lesson 4: Part 1)

A Game of Opposites: Understanding the Basics (Lesson 4: Part 1).

Posted in Ball Flight, Conservation of Momentum, Gravity and Golf, Newton's Third Law, Opposites in Golf, Stance, The Mechanics of Golf

A Game of Opposites: Understanding the Basics (Lesson 4: Part 1)

  About this site: Golf as God Gave It To Us Good pitching beats good hitting . . . and vice versa. — Yogi Berra [Ed. Note:  While this post is written for all golfers, it likely will be most useful … Continue reading

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