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Tuesday, December 19, 2006

 

See, Cactus, this is what I’ve been trying to tell you


about the cosine of the arctangent.


"The simple double-pendulum model of the golf swing, showing key angles, lengths, and masses. For instance, m1, m2, and m3 are the masses of the arms/hands, club head, and ball, respectively; L1 is the length of the arms/hands, and L2 is the length of the club head). (a) The system before the club is released and (b) when the club is about to strike the ball."

I don't understand this anymore than I understand the Cosine of the Arctangent, but oddly, it makes me feel better about my double-jointed early wrist-cock / late hit swing. . . .


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