Phil Mickelson Takes a Swing at Science

Friday, July 26, 2013

Scientists are studying the brains and bodies of golfers to determine why amateurs aren't on par with the pros. Sports scientist Mark F. Smith explains the latest findings, while PGA golfer Phil Mickelson, just back from winning the British Open, talks about his passion for math and science on and off the green.

Source: NPR


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