Science of Golf: Torque and Moment of Intertia

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Torque and moment of inertia are two key physics concepts to each golfers swing. Belén Mozo, LPGA tour player, and Matt Pringle, USGA technical director for equipment standards, demonstrate how torque generated from the body is carried to the club head, which is amplified by rotational inertia. Visit www.NBCLearn.com for more.

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