Post by Kiran Kanwar Golf Pro on Nov 17, 2005 19:01:46 GMT -6
As my question had 345 views in a month but no concrete response, a more specific question: Am looking for any Institution which will collaborate with me on DEFINING the entire golf swing (from grip to finish), in terms of all of its most important aspects, towards making a blue-print of what is truly relevant in the swing. QUESTIONS such as a) Does grip matter, and to what extent b) Does backswing plane really make a difference c)How exaxtly does weight shift affect impact d)What is the ideal top of backswing position e)How does the 'right leg turn and raise' at 'finish' help
And Many More, all phrased in a scientific manner, which I can immediately send to anyone interested.
I need help with 1) Determining precise scientific methodology 2)Acquiring the required number of subjects 3)statistical analysis 4) acquiring funding
Need a 1-2 year arrangement, to make a compelete golf swing blueprint, and would like to have much of the research completed by end 06 to present at the likely World Scientific Congress of Golf 2007.
Post by Glenn Fleisig, Ph.D. on Nov 18, 2005 14:06:40 GMT -6
I am sorry that the leads I gave you on your previous posting did not lead anywhere. Let me share with you our perspective from ASMI, which may be similar with other institutions.
Your ideas and interest are good. Golf is a natural for biomechanics, as there is interest among golfers and instructors. ASMI would be happy to consider working with you, providing facilities, equipment, and expertise if you already had the means to generate funding for ASMI and yourself. The problem appears that you are looking for a situation where you and the institute can raise funding.
I would encourage you to keep looking for the right fit. With your drive and track-record so far you could find an institute willing to work with you to find funding.