Renowned as a leading expert in the biomechanics of sports
performance, Dr. Ralph Mann received his Ph.D. in Biomechanics from
Washington State University, then taught for seven years as an
associate professor at the University of Kentucky. Using his
expertise as a silver medal-winning Olympic hurdler and world
record holder, he developed his composite model concept while
working with Olympic athletes to improve their performance.
Subsequently, he has developed models in baseball, football, and
golf while working with elite athletes in each of these sports. In
1983, he founded CompuSport International, a private sports
Golf magazine has recognized Fred Griffin as one of the Top 50 Golf Instructors in America. He was previously awarded Teacher of the Year honors by the North Florida Section of the Professional Golfers Association. He regularly contributes instruction articles to both Golf Digest and Golf magazine. He instructs players on the PGA, LPGA, and Nike Golf Tours, and is the director of the Grand Cypress Academy of Golf in Orlando, Florida.
A highly respected golf writer, Guy Yocom is a senior editor at Golf Digest. He is the co-author of Corey Pavin's Shotmaking.
Praise for CompuSport's breakthrough system:
"The information that Fred and Ralph have discovered has helped me in the past. I highly recommend it for any golfer who truly wants to improve [his or her] game."
--Ben Crenshaw, PGA Professional
"My father and I spent many productive hours working with the information provided by Dr. Mann. I'm glad that golfers of all levels will now be able to benefit from this work."
--Davis Love III, PGA Professional