What if there was a way to get both longer and straighter off the tee? It sounds like the opening line of a half-hour golf infomercial from the ‘90s—until you dig into the data. After tracking 17 million swings from users of his patented Stack System, Canadian biomechanist Sasho MacKenzie has unlocked the secret to reliable speed, and he’s helping everyone from rank amateurs to 2022 US Open champion Matt Fitzpatrick chase those precious few extra MPH. MacKenzie joins host Tom Coyne live on the Broken Tee Society Discord server for a wide-ranging discussion, covering everything from ground forces and angular momentum to Bryson DeChambeau and the “bad science” of the ball rollback. Strap in and get faster.
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