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Muise, D. P., MacKenzie, S. J., and Sutherland, T. M. (2016). The Frequency and magnitude of head accelerations in a Canadian Interuniversity Sport Football Team's Training Camp and Season. International Journal of Athletic Therapy & Training, 21(5), 34-61.

MacKenzie, S. J., Boucher, D. E. (2016). The influence of golf shaft stiffness on grip and clubhead kinematics. Journal of Sports Sciences, Accepted Feb 18, 2016.

MacKenzie, S. J., Ryan, B., and Rice, R. (2015). The influence of clubhead mass on clubhead and golf ball kinematics. International Journal of Golf Sciences, 4, 136-146.

MacKenzie, S. J., Boucher, D. E. (2015). Golfer specific responses to shaft stiffness: Implications for optimizing loft during driver fitting. The Journal of Applied Golf Research, 14, 1-17.

MacKenzie, S. J. (2014). Professionalism, Golf Coaching and a Master of Science Degree: A Commentary. International Journal of Sports Science and Coaching , 9(4), 841-844.

MacKenzie, S. J., Lavers, R. J., and Wallace, B. B. (2014). A biomechanical comparison of the vertical jump, power clean, and jump squat. Journal of Sports Sciences, 32(16), 1576-1585.

Kane, D. A., MacKenzie, S. J., Jensen, R. L., and Watts, P. B. (2013). Effects of stroke resistance on rowing economy in club rowers post-season. International Journal of Sports Medicine , 34, 131-137.

MacKenzie, S. J., Kortegaard, K., LeVangie, M., and Barro, B. (2012). Evaluation of two methods of the jump float serve in volleyball. Journal of Applied Biomechanics , 28, 579-586.

Casey, A., Boyd, C., MacKenzie, S. J. , and Rasmussen, R. (2012). Dual-energy x-ray absorptiometry to measure the effects of an aquatic exercise intervention Journal of Human Kinetics , 32, 221-229.

MacKenzie, S. J. (2012). Club position relative to the golfer’s swing plane meaningfully affects swing dynamics. Sports Biomechanics, 1-16, iFirst Article.

MacKenzie, S. J., Foley, S. M., and Adamczyk, A. P. (2011). Visually focusing on the near versus the far target during the putting stroke. Journal of Sports Sciences, 29, 1243-1251.

MacKenzie, S. J. (2011). How does shaft flexibility affect the delivery of the clubhead to the ball. The Journal of Applied Golf Research, 3, 246-277.

MacKenzie, S. J., Evans, D. B. (2010). Validity and reliability of a new method for measuring putting stroke kinematics using the TOMI system. Journal of Sports Sciences, 28, 891-899.

MacKenzie, S. J., Rannelli, L. and Yurchevich, J. (2010). Neuromuscular adaptations following antagonist resisted training. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 24, 156-164.

MacKenzie, S. J. and Sprigings, E. J. (2010). Understanding the mechanisms of shaft deflection in the golf swing. Sports Engineering, 13.

Casey, A. F., Rasmussen, R., MacKenzie, S. J., Glenn, J. (2010). Dual-energy x-ray absorptiometry to measure the influence of a 16-week community-based swim training program on body fat in children and adolescents with intellectual disabilities. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 91, 1064-1069.

MacKenzie, S. J. and Sprigings, E. J. (2009). Understanding the role of shaft stiffness in the golf swing. Sports Engineering, 12, 13-19.

MacKenzie, S. J. and Sprigings, E. J. (2009). A three-dimensional forward dynamics model of the golf swing. Sports Engineering, 11, 165-175.

MacKenzie, S. J. (2008). Three Dimensional Dynamics of the Golf Swing: A forward dynamics approach with a focus on optimizing shaft stiffness. Germany: VDM Verlag Dr. Muller.

MacKenzie, S. J. and Sprigings, E. J. (2005). Evaluation of the plumb-bob method for reading greens in putting. Journal of Sport Sciences, 23, 81-87.

Schwark, B. N., MacKenzie, S. J., and Sprigings, E. J. (2004). Optimizing the release conditions for a free throw in wheelchair basketball. Journal of Applied Biomechanics, 20, 153-166.

Sprigings, E. J. and MacKenzie, S. J. (2002). Examining the delayed release in the golf swing using computer simulation. Sports Engineering, 5, 23-32.

Kozey, J. and MacKenzie, S. J. (2002). Considerations related to modeling the maximum reach envelope as a sphere.  Proceedings of the XVI Annual International Occupational Ergonomics and Safety Conference, 1:1-5.