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  • Kenny, Ian; Wallace, Eric S.; Otto, Steve R. (Taylor & Francis, 2009)
  • Kenny, Ian (University of Ulster, 2006)
    The purpose of this thesis was to determine how shaft length affects golf driving performance. Shaft length effects on the golf swing have been of interest to several researchers (including Egret et al., 2003; Reyes and ...
  • Kenny, Ian; Wallace, Eric S.; Otto, Steve R.; Brown, Desmond (Exercise and Sports Sciences Association of Ireland, 2005)
    Introduction. Computer simulation models permit the study of the complex interactions between biomechanical variables, yet their application to the scientific study of the golf swing is still in an early phase of development. ...
  • Kenny, Ian; Wallace, Eric S.; Otto, Steve R. (Springer, 2008)
    In recent years studies have been carried out on single subjects, for example by Kinugasa et al., 2004. It has been reported that it is unlikely any two golfers will have an identical swing, and even that an individual ...
  • Wallace, Eric S.; Kingston, Kieran; Strangwood, Martin; Kenny, Ian (Shaker Publishing Maastricht, 2008)
    This chapter aims to provide an overview of some of the key issues and developments in golf science over the last few years - essentially by reviewing some papers leading up to the last World Scientific Congress of Golf ...
  • Kenny, Ian; Wallace, Eric S.; Otto, Steve R. (Routledge, 2008)
    The aim of this study was to determine how shaft length affects golf driving performance. A range of drivers with lengths between 1.168m and 1.270 m, representing lengths close to the 1.219m limit imposed by R&A Rules ...
  • Kenny, Ian; McCloy, Alex J.; Wallace, Eric S. (Springer, 2008)
    The concept of the transfer of kinetic energy (KE) sequentially through the human body from proximal to distal segments is an influential concept in biomechanics literature. The present study develops this area of research ...

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