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SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
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The Effect of a Low-Volume, High-Intensity, ‘Priming’ Activity on Driving Performance in Male GolfersMcNulty
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TUESDAY, JULY 10th
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6:00 - 8:00Welcome Social - ALUMNI HALL - Univiersity of the Fraser Valley
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WEDNESDAY JULY 11th
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0730 - 0830Registration in the Foyer of the Main Lecture Hall (B101)
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0845 - 0900Greetings and Welcome/Opening
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0900 - 1000KEYNOTE ADDRESS - DR. MARK GUADAGNOLI, Neuroscience and Neurology, UNLV
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1000 - 1015Networking Break
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MORNING 1Room A266 (Lynn)AUTHORRoom A269 (Bridge)AUTHOR
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The Impact of Pistol Putting Grips on Putting PerformanceHenriksonThe Experiences Of ‘Unsuccessful’ British And Irish Amateurs Upon Turning ProfessionalToms
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How Club Head Mass Affects Driver Swing Performance: Is Lighter Better?DuffeyTeaching Adult Athletes: Canadian Pros’ ApproachesRathwell
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The Influence of Grip Size on Driver Clubhead DeliveryBroadieExamining Implicit/Explicit Approaches to Life Skills Development on the Quality of Youth Golf ProgrammingKramers
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Tournament Preparation in Competitive Golf: Does Expert Consensus Reflect Current Practice?Pilgrim
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Networking Break
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MORNING 2Room A266 (Duffey)AUTHORRoom A269 (Toms)AUTHOR
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Relationship Between the Dominant Leg in Producing Ground Loading in a Vertical Jump and Ground Loading Patterns During the Golf SwingGarciaThe RSM Player Performance StudyBridge
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Analysis Of The Magnitude And Temporal Components of Ground Reaction Force During The Golf Swing: A Pilot StudyTruntThe Presentation of a Flow Model for Strategic Decision-Making and Golf PerformanceGnagy
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Defining the golf grip and the effect of strong and weak grips on swing kinematics and kineticsCheetham & RowlesAn Exploratory Study of the Meaning and Experience of Strategic Decision-Making for Elite Level GolfersGnagy
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Lunch and POSTER PRESENTATIONS - CAFETERIAPOSTER PRESENTATIONS
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AFTERNOON 1Room A266 (Langdown)AUTHORRoom A269PRESENTERAUTHORTITLE
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BaronWhy Timing is Key to Hitting a Good Shot
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Functional Variability In Elite Driving PerformanceBuzzaWORKSHOP: Optimizing Ground Reaction Force and Pressure DataAdams and LynnKimFatigue Behaviour of the Anterior Cruciate Ligament of the Golfer’s Target Side Knee
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Randomized Warm-up Improves Performance in Skilled GolfersBertramDrysdaleA descriptive study of the practice behaviors of golfers
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Do Structures of Practice and Knowledge of Results Influence Learning and Performance?LumbSangoramA New Paradigm for Golf Instruction Based on Neural Circuit Specific Training
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SolhaugScientific Matching of Golf Clubs
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Networking BreakMcDonaldMoving Past the Outcomes of Youth Golf and Into the Development of “Mindset”
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AFTERNOON 2Main Lecture TheatrePRESENTERSuzukiProfessional golfers tend to putt over a target when putting with their dominant hand stroke
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SuzukiAn analysis of swing factors when taking either an uphill or downhill stroke
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WORKSHOP - The DECADE Course Management SystemFawcettGookA comparison of two neurofeedback strategies on golf putting performance
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KoenigsbergA preliminary Analysis Of PGA Tour Players' Career Dynamics
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THURSDAY, July 12th
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0900 - 1000KEYNOTE ADDRESS - DR. SASHO MACKENZIE, Biomechanist, St. Fracis Xavier
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1000 - 1015Networking Break
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MORNING 1Room A266 (Cheetham)AUTHORRoom A269 (Evans)AUTHOR
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Forward Head Posture and the Golf SwingBridgeDon’t They Know It’s Different for Girls?: Young Female Golfers’ Experiences Within Junior Club MembershipSpink
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Golf Footwear: Effects on Gluteal Muscle & PerformanceWardGolf Coaches’ Theories of Ability: Gender Differences and Implications for FeedbackShapcott
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Playing Surface Influences Limb Accelerations During the Golf SwingFradkinThe Rise and Fall of Golfing Capital: A Qualitative Case Study of Former Tour PlayersToms
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Networking Break
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MORNING 2Room A266 (Henrikson)AUTHORRoom A269 (Lynn)AUTHOR
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Driver Ball Flight in the Rain: an Analysis of the Effect of Water on Lift, Drag and Resultant TrajectoryWoodPractice And Tournament Volumes Of Young Golfers In Regional And National SquadsLangdown
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Video Measurement of Golf Green Putting Speed Using a CellphoneSommerWarm-Up Habits Of Highly-Skilled Golfers Prior To Practice And Tournament ConditionsLangdown
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An Investigation into Impact Ratio for Putter Club Design and Impact LocationHurrionThe Acute Effects of “SwingOil™” Supplement on Flexibility and Clubhead Velocity During the Golf SwingColeman
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Lunch and POSTER PRESENTATIONS - CAFETERIAPOSTER PRESENTATIONS
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AFTERNOON 1Room A266 (Mackenzie)AUTHORRoom A269 (Fradkin)AUTHORAUTHORTITLE
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BaronWhy Timing is Key to Hitting a Good Shot
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Ranking Putters On The PGA Tour Using Green ContoursBroadieGolf As Therapeutic Exercise For Older AdultsDu BoisKimFatigue Behaviour of the Anterior Cruciate Ligament of the Golfer’s Target Side Knee
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Effects Of A Golf Training Program On Dual-task Gait Speed In Older Military VeteransMarcioneDrysdaleA descriptive study of the practice behaviors of golfers
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Improving fairness in match play golf through enhanced handicap allocationPutermanAssessing The Impact of Strength and Conditioning On Golf Swing Biomechanics and PerformanceMacFaddenSangoramA New Paradigm for Golf Instruction Based on Neural Circuit Specific Training
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SolhaugScientific Matching of Golf Clubs
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Networking BreakMcDonaldMoving Past the Outcomes of Youth Golf and Into the Development of “Mindset”
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AFTERNOON 2Main Lecture TheatrePRESENTERSuzukiProfessional golfers tend to putt over a target when putting with their dominant hand stroke
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SuzukiAn analysis of swing factors when taking either an uphill or downhill stroke
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WORKSHOP: Grip Size OptimizationMucklow & HauGookA comparison of two neurofeedback strategies on golf putting performance
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KoenigsbergA preliminary Analysis Of PGA Tour Players' Career Dynamics
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1800 - 2100Formal Dinner: Chilliwack Golf and Country Club
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FRIDAY, JULY 13th
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0900 - 1000KEYNOTE ADDRESS - WILL ROBBINS, PGA
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Networking Break
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MORNING 1Room A266PRESENTERRoom A269PRESENTER
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WORKSHOP: Mythbusting - How Muscles Actually Work in the Golf SwingDuffey & HandleyWORKSHOP: Hand-Eye Coordination Training for GolfMucklow
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Networking Break
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MORNING 2Main Lecture TheatrePRESENTER
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WORKSHOP: National Golf Foundation, State of the Game and the Future of GolfBeditz
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Awards and Closing Ceremonies
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BOX LUNCH TO-GO
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1430GOLF OUTING: Ledgeview Golf Course
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*schedule subject to change
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