The world’s top golf teaching
professionals, golf technology innovators, golf researchers, and
club and ball manufacturers, converge at the Massachusetts
Institute of Technology to discuss the state-of-the-art and future
of golf technology and learning at the annual Better Golf
Through Technology Conference. Conference participants, along with researchers from elite academic institutions, are there to present joint research on various technologies and learning methods. The
event features panel discussions on technology’s effectiveness
in golf learning. This unprecedented combination of technology,
research, and top professionals will continue to make for an unforgettable
event that will reveal new insights about the future of golf learning.
New Content on BGTT.org
In keeping with the BGTT charter to serve the golf community, we are expanding our online platform to include research studies conducted by and for the members of the BGTT consortium. We aim to create an online forum for discussion and dissemination of scientific research so everyone is able to take full advantage of new data, new techniques, and new ideas as they are discovered, both during the MIT conferences as well as the rest of the year.
We have uploaded the first of these articles,
Homer Kelley’s Golfing Machine Research Model Tradition Continues to Evolve by Joe Daniels, PGA, GSED and Dr. Matthew M. Rosman, GSEM,
Effect of Focus Techniques on the Putting Stroke by Dr. Daniel Rockers
and Quintic Putting Technology: Putting Beliefs and Philosophy by Dr. Paul Hurrion.
Research and educational articles are now available.