Nick Faldo of Great Britain is wired for bio-mechanical evaluation on the practce fairway prior to the Heineken Classic at Royal Melbourne Golf Club February 3, 2004 in Melbourne, Australia.
February 03, 2004 License
A golf ball with a small parachute attached to it designed by Harmon Mills Wolfe, patent no 3147979.
July 14, 2015 License
A golfer practicing his hooks and slices, mid 1950s.
Pro golfer Homer Herpel teaches a student with a technique that he developed, St. Louis, Missouri, May 1, 1951. He learned to swing left handed so that by using a mirror, his students could compare their swing to his perfect form.
A woman using the 'Grooved Swinger' golf training device at Lillywhites Golf School, Knightsbridge, London, 19th July 1939. The device has mirrors attached, so that the golfer can see where their action is at fault when driving.
August 20, 2012 License
Bob McDonald's perfect golf swing device, Chicago, Illinois circa 1931. The club head rides a groove from back swing to follow through in perfect form.
January 01, 2012 License
Two golfers use a golf robot trainer to help with their golf swing.
August 30, 2006 License
Young Couple Playing Golf
February 28, 2011 License
William Mak of Swing R holds a modified golf club with a myo attached, and wearing programmable led display that can be used to perfect your golf swing at the U of T Hacks event, which is a large student hackathon happening over the...More
Equipment, Swing analysis machine, computer screen in 3D room at Titleist Performance Institute, Carlsbad, CA 2/19/2005