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Golf Project BE 2352

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Courtney Fischer

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Transcript of Golf Project BE 2352

An Introduction to
The Sport of Golf
by Courtney Fischer
Dr. Sathi
BE 2352 Section 1
November 7, 2016
Overview
Why I chose this topic
Origin
Rules of golf
Club types
Physics of a golf swing
Conclusion
Origin of Golf
Scotland
first played in mid 15th century in simplest form
became huge when official rules were made in Edinburgh in 1744
United States

first course in New York in 1888
Chicago Golf Course in 1893
In 1896 there were only 30 courses by 1930 6,000 courses
Today there are over 17,000 courses
Rules of Golf
and Scoring

Maximum 14 clubs
Each hole has a par (number you want to aim for)
Par 3, 4, and 5
Stroke meaning
Out of bounds
Birdie, Par, and Bogie scoring values
Club Types
Driver and Woods

Club you hit first
Usually hit it the farthest
Usually hits anywhere from 150-300 yards
Irons and Hybrids

Use between tee box and green
Each iron has different degree loft
3 iron will go farther than a 9 iron (lower number = farther distance)
Putter

Use on the green to get the ball in the hole
Club used for PuttPutt
Many different and unique putts, but all have same basic function
Wedges

Used when close to green to get ball close to the hole (125 yards or less)
Pitching, gap, sand, and lob
Physics of a Golf Swing
1. Swinging speed of arms and shoulder
2. Releasing wrists at right moment for club face to connect square with ball
F = m * a
M = I *
by Franco Normani
Conclusion
Why is golf a great sport?
Many rules involved
Equipment
Physics behind golf
You should go give it a shot!

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