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  iGRi Archive comprises database of references, journals and abstracts on golf related science, research and other biomechanical topics.

Simply enter your search topics - one or more terms - and click Search. iGRi Archive can be searched using author names, title words, text words or phrases, journal names, or any combination of these. Retrieved citations are displayed and their associated abstracts can be selected for viewing. It also links to related articles and provides "ads" for other data that may be of interest.

Many records are linked to the full-text on publishers' web sites. Users may have to register, or there may be a fee or subscription required to access the full-text.

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 Publishers are encouraged to submit citation and abstract data electronically for inclusion in iGRi.

Electronic submissions ensure that citations and abstracts are available to the public more rapidly and each citation can display a link to the publisher's web site for access to full-text. Publishers are also encouraged to submit full text for inclusion in iGRi Archive

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 Lee J.H. Lee is best known for his work on Combination Effect where he contends that every element in a golf swing has to be negated or combined with a counter action, or a counter non-action, on opposing side of movement group.

C-Effect has proven to be successful in providing immediate solution to people with mobility or flexibility issues where compensation is necessary for excessive or lack of movements

Lee's philosophy is to provide immediate solution to better ball striking while necessitating a long term fitness goal that can better distance

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  International Golf Research Institute (iGRi) is created in efforts to streamline the flow of information in golf industry. Its main feature, the iGRi Archive (leejhlee.com), is a free resource developed and maintained by Lee J.H. Lee.

iGRi Archive provides access to a wide variety of relevant web-accessible online resources, including full-text publications, sports science databases, biomechanical information, research tools, and more. Many records are linked to the full-text on publishers' web sites. Users may have to register, or there may be a fee or subscription required to access the full-text.

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