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Physics at a mini golf



blog-0871845001429148586.jpgWhen my field hockey team got the opportunity to go to Disney for the huge national tournament that happens there every year, we got a bunch of fun things attached to the rooms we booked in the Marriott Village, one of them being free passes to the mini golf course on the Disney location. There was so much physics involved in the whole process, the main one i witnessed was the precise way to apply a force in such a way that the ball went in the direction you wanted it to. it was quite funny watching and experiencing how bad field hockey players are at mini golf, simply because it is such a different way of applying a force, even though it appears as though it would be so similar.


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