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A post for the dedicated golfer who is interested in deciphering The Golfing Machine on their own. As you may have noticed, most of the concepts discussed in this website are from a book called The Golfing Machine. The first edition of The Golfing Machine. Homer Kelley, the author of the Golfing Machine back in was an inspired engineer who made it his life's goal to completely understand.
As told by Homers late wife, Sally Kelley. The golfing machine by homer kelley The golfing machine by homer kelley Thank you for pioneer dvd-rw dvrd driver reply.. Homer Kelley was the American author of The Golfing Machine, one of the most comprehensive descriptions of the golf swing..
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If all goes as planned, you successfully make it through The Golfing Machine, and review it several times, you should be able to understand every single word of the following humorous video: Although the above video sounds absolutely ridiculous, the concepts that J. I strongly recommend to those looking for serious improvement to struggle through this masterpiece of golfing wisdom.
After reading the book 3 times, watching several related videos on YouTube, and implementing the concepts into my own game, I can finally understand this satirical video! I hope the same for you. Homer Kelley was a smart man, and his work illustrates this. In the text, he specifically mentions that he aims not to repeat information, and therefore cross-references abundantly throughout the book.
Below is just a sample page which shows just how complicated the reading is, and how many cross-references to other parts of the book you will be dealing with while reading it: While reading, you will literally feel as if you are running in an endless circle with blisters growing on your feet the longer you run.
Anderson explained TGM quite well in his satirical video earlier in this post, but I will do my best to provide additional insight. He also believed that categorizing each specific moment of the golf swing was important for a golfer, because it allowed the golfer to isolate the problem areas, and work on each area independently.
These include things like the grip, the grip type, the stance, alignments, down-swing types, etc. No matter what golfer you look at, they will ALL have some variation of these 24 components. I have explained the difference in this post.
Based on which type of golfer you are, there are certain variations from chapter 10 that are compatible with your golf swing, while others are not. Homer uses chapter 2 to explain these factors although this is by far the most confusing chapter of the book, and I highly recommend reading the first section of my instructional content to understand it better.
Get your handbook now. RECAP: A golfer is a programmable machine which has 24 basic components, regardless of what the swing looks like.
He uses chapter 4 to explain this concept. He discusses how golf should be mastered step by step, and without a clear understanding of each step, a golfer will be plagued by frustration forever.
To anyone starting out with this book, I highly suggest skipping this chapter and coming back to it later. Essentially, he explains my practice guide in highly technical terms, but nevertheless a useful chapter to read.
It may seem trivial and unnecessary to learn up front, but you will find the value in this chapter much later. It takes all 24 components that were introduced in chapter 7 and explains all the possible ways of executing each component in a real golf swing.