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QotD: Last Book

Question: What's the last book you read?

My Answer: Newton on the Tee: The Physics of Golf. It wasn't nearly as good as I'd hoped - almost no equations and not horribly scientific. Apparently there's a better book out there for that, and it's called "The Physics of Golf." After all, I prefer to know what I'm talking about when I write on my golf blog.

You are encouraged to answer the Question of the Day for yourself in the comments or on your blog.

5 Responses to "QotD: Last Book"

  1. So have you covered hexagonal dimple aerodynamics, and apparently magic professional grade balls that remember the backspin from your drive and roll backwards into the hole?

    I find interesting the rumors and superstitions that allow some to part with multiples of money for a certain magic putter or ball. I used to walk around a course regularly, and sometimes a whispered "Ping" in the parking lot, would bring hordes of inquiring strangers my way.

  2. Another one to check out...

    I read it a long time ago and enjoyed the mathematics.

  3. Last book I finished (besides stuff for school):

    "True Spirituality" by Francis Schaefer about a month ago.

    Currently I'm working on "Making Anger Your Ally" by some dude and "All the Lies Your Teacher Told You" by some dude about bad history teaching and textbooks. Both are really good but not earth shattering so needless to say I'm trying to find time to get them done so I can move on to other things.

  4. dante's equation by jane jensen higly recommended. if u like dan brown's 'da vinci code' and 'angels and demons' u may like it.