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Kinematic Analysis According to the Intentional Curve Ball at Golf Driver Swing
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Kinematic Analysis According to the Intentional Curve Ball at Golf Driver Swing
Hong, Soo-Young; So, Jae-Moo; Kim, Yong-Seok;
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 Abstract
The purpose of This study`s aim is to examine the difference in the changes of body segment movement, variables for ball quality, and carry at golf driver swing according to the ball quality using comparative analysis. Regarding the impact variables according to the ball quality using the track man and carry, club speed was the fastest at draw shot, ball speed was the fastest at straight shot, and smash factor was the lowest at draw shot. About the vertical launch angle, the fade shot showed the highest launch angle while the max height of the ground and ball was the highest at fade shot. And carry was the longest at draw shot. For the flight time, it was the longest at draw shot. The landing angle was the largest at fade shot. About the club head position change and trajectory, at the overall event point, the fade shot drew a more outer trajectory at the point of the follow through(E6) than the straight or draw shot. Regarding the angular speed of shoulder rotation, at the overall event point, the fade shot showed the greatest angular speed change in the follow through(E6). Also, about the angular speed of pelvic rotation, at the overall event point, the draw shot showed the greatest angular speed change at the point of down swing(E4). Concerning the stance angle change, both straight and fade shots were open as the concept of open stance whereas the draw shot was close as that of close stance. Regarding the previous study, the most important factor of deciding Ball Quality is the club face angle`s open and close state at Impact. In short, the Ball Quality and carry were decided by this factor.
 Keywords
Straight Shot;Fade Shot;Draw Shot;Club Face Angle;Trajectory;
 Language
Korean
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