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Comparison of The Performance Levels of US Female Professional Golf Players

Eun-kyung Kim , Jin-seok Chae
  • : 한국스포츠정책과학원
  • : International Journal of Applied sports sciences (IJASS) 33권1호
  • : 연속간행물
  • : 2021년 06월
  • : 61-73(13pages)
International Journal of Applied sports sciences (IJASS)

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This study assessed the relative contribution of technical variables affecting birdies (Bir) and official money (OM) among the top 10 players of the Ladies Professional Golf Association. The average difference in performance variables was assessed according to prize money, country and continent, and time. Multiple regression analysis and one-way ANOVA were conducted, and a p-level less than .05 was considered statistically significant. First, putting average (PA) made the largest relative contribution to Bir and OM, followed by green in regulation (GIR). Second, players with highest prize-money earnings had significantly better drive distance (DD), drive accuracy (DA), sand saves (SS), and PA than median/lowest prize-money earners. Moreover, GIR was found to be accurate in distinguishing players’ prize-money rankings. Third, Korean and Oceanian golfers had significantly better PA than American and European golfers; Korean golfers demonstrated better Bir, Par3, Par4, and Par5 than players from other countries and continents. Lastly, women golfers’ performance improved in a 10-year-cycle. Particularly, DD, DA, and GIR significantly improved over each cycle, and Bir, Par3, Par4, and Par5, but not Eag, also significantly improved.

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2Measuring organizational commitment of varsity athletes in NCAA

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3Dynamic Coordination Phase and Joint Profiles: Cluster and Fixed-point Shift Techniques

저자 : Chulwook Park

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5Comparison of The Performance Levels of US Female Professional Golf Players

저자 : Eun-kyung Kim , Jin-seok Chae

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This study assessed the relative contribution of technical variables affecting birdies (Bir) and official money (OM) among the top 10 players of the Ladies Professional Golf Association. The average difference in performance variables was assessed according to prize money, country and continent, and time. Multiple regression analysis and one-way ANOVA were conducted, and a p-level less than .05 was considered statistically significant. First, putting average (PA) made the largest relative contribution to Bir and OM, followed by green in regulation (GIR). Second, players with highest prize-money earnings had significantly better drive distance (DD), drive accuracy (DA), sand saves (SS), and PA than median/lowest prize-money earners. Moreover, GIR was found to be accurate in distinguishing players' prize-money rankings. Third, Korean and Oceanian golfers had significantly better PA than American and European golfers; Korean golfers demonstrated better Bir, Par3, Par4, and Par5 than players from other countries and continents. Lastly, women golfers' performance improved in a 10-year-cycle. Particularly, DD, DA, and GIR significantly improved over each cycle, and Bir, Par3, Par4, and Par5, but not Eag, also significantly improved.

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Although teams undertake various efforts (e.g., signing athletes who originate from the target market, holding international tours, participating in friendly tournaments during off-season) to expand their market internationally, teams signing target market's national team level athletes is one of the most approachable and effective methods. However, to the best of the authors' knowledge, no extant studies have empirically examined the effect of such a method. Therefore, the purpose of the current study was to examine the role of signing a national sports icon as a tool for market expansion for professional sports teams. This study conducted an experimental study by providing stimulus material and conducting a survey. The collected data was analyzed using the paired t-test and one-way ANOVA. Looking at the results, there was a significant difference in team loyalty when participants were exposed to the news that the team signed their national team player. In addition, the moderating effect of football involvement was evident as differences between the low involvement group and the high involvement group were partially statistically significant. Research findings contribute to understanding the effect of signing the target market's athletes as a team's global market expansion effort and provide important cues for future research.

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발행기관 : 한국스포츠정책과학원 간행물 : International Journal of Applied sports sciences (IJASS) 33권 1호 발행 연도 : 2021 페이지 : pp. 88-97 (10 pages)

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This study assessed the effects of participation in physical fitness assessment on healthcare costs by analyzing healthcare costs in those who did and did not participate in the physical fitness assessment for the National Fitness Award project conducted by the Korean government. The National Health Insurance Service database was used to compare healthcare costs in the years before and after participation in the National Fitness Award project for 318 individuals who participated (participation group) and 627 individuals who did not participate (non-participation group). Healthcare costs in the years before and after participation was different between the two groups. This difference was corrected for further analysis. Results revealed that the visit days (inpatient) was -0.23±8.16 and 1.53±8.16 days in the participation and non-participation groups, respectively, and was longer in the non-participation group. The change in the total healthcare costs was 28.56±272.88 ten-thousand KRW in the participation group and 53.36±275.33 ten-thousand KRW in the non-participation group, showing an annual difference of approximately 240,000 KRW in healthcare costs between the two groups. These findings suggest that participating in physical fitness assessments can have positive effects on participation in physical activities, thereby reducing healthcare costs.

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9The Effect of Whole-Body Compression Garments on Aerobic and Anaerobic Performance, 3-km Running Record and Physical Fitness in Amateur Marathoners

저자 : In-hwa Kim , Jin-seok Lee , Kyung-mi Choi , Young-sil Ryu , Jung-il Jun , Kyoung-ho Seo

발행기관 : 한국스포츠정책과학원 간행물 : International Journal of Applied sports sciences (IJASS) 33권 1호 발행 연도 : 2021 페이지 : pp. 108-118 (11 pages)

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The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of whole-body compression garments on aerobic and anaerobic performance, 3-km running record and physical fitness in amateur marathoners. Ten male amateur marathoners without any medical problems were measured compression garments following non-compression garments intervention (n=10, age: 25.40±2.72 yrs.; height: 173.71±3.52 cm; weight: 70.55±7.16 kg; body mass index: 23.34±1.70). The compression and non-compression garments intervention were conducted at weekly intervals. We measured aerobic and anaerobic performance, 3-km running record, and the physical fitness according to each intervention. As a result, VO2max, total exercise duration, anaerobic threshold were significantly higher in compression intervention than non-compression intervention. Also, minimum power was significantly higher in compression intervention than non-compression intervention. 3-km running performance was significantly faster in compression intervention than non-compression intervention. In addition, side-step was significantly faster in compression intervention than non-compression intervention. In conclusion, present study finding suggest that whole-body compression garments is beneficial to enhance aerobic performance and physical fitness.

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