Science and Golf II: Proceedings of the 1994 World Scientific Congress of Golf

By A. J. Cochran; M. R. Farrally | Go to book overview

Index
This index is based on keywords assigned to the individual chapter as its basis. The numbers are the page numbers of the first page of the relevant chapter.
a
Acid copolymer 383
Aerodynamics (ball) 340, 348
Age 127
Ageing 210
Agrostis capillaris461
Agrostis palustris471, 477, 489, 505
Agrostis stolonifera461
Air gun 302
Anoxic conditions 449
Anti-golf 611
Arousal 127
Attention 127, 144
Australia 109, 626
Automaticity 144

b
Back pain 20
Backswing, start of 103
Balance point (shaft) 278
Balata 334
Ball
aerodynamics 340, 348
coefficient of restitution 334
comparisons 362
compression 334
construction 334
construction, market survey 369
cover 334, 376, 383
deformation 302, 309, 315
dynamic characteristics 302
launch conditions 327, 348
launch machine 348
performance, historical 355
size 334
spin rate 296, 327, 334, 340, 348
velocity measurement 327, 348
Ball-club impact 296, 302, 309, 315
Ball-green impact 409, 431
Bend point (shaft) 278
Bending stiffness (shaft) 247
Benfluralin 511
Bensulide 511
Bentgrass 471, 477, 489, 505
Bioclimate pocket 467
Biomechanics 3, 14, 26, 33, 40, 71, 91
Borrow, under-estimating 180
Breathing 46
Bunker sand 483

c
Catchment area 589
Cations 383
Centrifugal force (swing) 59
Centrifugal loading (shaft) 259
Change 611
Civilizing process 620
Clearance angle 97
Club-ball impact 296, 302, 309, 315
Club design 390
Clubhead
inertia ellipsoid 290
market surveys 369
moment of inertia 290, 321
size 321
velocity 84
Coaching 109
Coefficient of restitution 296
Compaction of greens 425
Competitions 109
Compression (ball) 334
Computer-aided club design 390
Computer-aided course design 534
Computer simulation of swing 71
Computers in teaching 123
Consumer research (golf facilities) 546
Contact force (ball-club) 302
Contrast sensitivity 168
Correlation coefficient 84
Course design, computer aided 534
Cover (ball)
coatings (paint) 376
hardness 334
materials 383
Cultivation 437
Culture 611

d
DCPA 511
Deformation of ball 302, 309, 315
Dermal 'no effect' values 505
Development appraisal of facilities 554
Diagrammatic specification of swing 77

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