Right on tee: Nottingham University mechanical engineers Steve Mather and Dennis Vardy

May 19, 1995

(Photograph) - Right on tee: Nottingham University mechanical engineers Steve Mather and Dennis Vardy say the golf club they have designed is easier to swing. By redistributing the weight of the club the force on the player is reduced 20 per cent - it could drive a new wedge into the golfing market.

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