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Posted 16 December 2012 - 01:22 AM
Another is the whole idea of the Computer (our brains) and the idea that the Computer will compensate for flaws is huge. It is so easy to get totally confused when you are working on your game, but if you have the idea that what you see might actually be a compensation for some earlier flaw, you can often make a much better diagnosis. HKâ€™s ideal of â€śan uncompensated swingâ€ť is right on the money.
Posted 16 December 2012 - 06:45 AM
Posted 18 December 2012 - 03:04 AM
You don't get it, The book is very well organised in a file system we all understand. If you can count to 12 and understand the alphabet ABCD you can easily understand the format of the book. Homer set the book out in an organised format. He created a language which is so that when everyone is referring to a certain style every one was using the same lingo and on the same page. 6-m-1 pretty easy to understand. Chapter 6 section M - 1st paragraph. 6-m-2 Chapter 6 section M paragraph 2. The golf swing is broken up into components and zones. You want to work out the components of a certain swing you can look up the check list then go back through the book and see all the components required for a certain swing style. Homer would write in a way we could all understand first he would recommend to get a book so you can follow, then he would quote a section then explain what it means. It's the best written golf instruction book I have read it's put in a format that when Loren, Dart speak I understand or any other TGMer understand exactly what they are talking about. I can say to any instructor around the world doing TGM , what are you working on? 6-m-1, I know exactly what they are working on.
Would HK be a regular contributor in golf forums if they existed in his days. If he did I wonder what his posts would read like.
The man who hits at the ball rather than through it has no sense of rhythm.
Secrets of the Master â€“ The Best of Bobby Jones
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