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Impulse variability and golf putting accuracy.

by K. Seon-Jin

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The purpose of this study was to examine the impulse variability model and to apply the result to the golf putting accuracy. Impulse variability model means that movement accuracy is proportional to the size of impulse variability which is caused by the inherent noise of muscle contraction. Therefore, it can be considered that if the size of impulse is same there is no change in impulse variability. Experiment I was designed to examine impulse variability function when the impulse size was same and the shape was varied by changing movement amplitude and movement time. The result showed that impulse variability was significantly different in various impulse shapes and the minimum impulse variability appeared in the medium range of movement. Experiment 2 was designed to identify which condition was best in the same putter head speed caused by the same impulse. The most accurate condition appeared when the subject swang the putter head in a preferred movement range and time. From the two experiment, it is suggested that impulse variability was nonlinear and the most accurate movement condition was in the preferred state.
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