Sunday, November 29, 2009

3Jack's Translation of TGM: Part 11

12-1-0 (Drive Loading Basic Pattern - Hitting)

12-1-0 and 12-2-0 are a checklist of all of the components and variations of those components that somebody using a 'basic' pattern (be it 'hitting' or 'swinging') would use. From what I've been told, Homer Kelley was undecided on putting this checklist in the book because Homer really did not like the idea of possibly 'recommending' that the golfer do this or that. Paul Hart goes over these checklists in part 6 and 7 of Peter Croker's TGM Downloads. However, Paul Hart is going over the checklist from the 6th edition which is different from the 7th edition.

This checklist is for a basic hitting pattern. You can look up each component variation in Chapter 10. I'll rundown the checklist here:
1. Grip - Overlapping
2. Grip Type - Strong Single Action



3. Stroke Basic - Punch Elbow
4. Stroke Variation - 3 barrel hitter using PA's 1-2-3
5. Plane Line - Square Plane Line, Square Clubface @ P1
6. Plane Angle Basic - Turned Shoulder Plane
7. Plane Shift - Zero Shift (Club stays on TSP throughout swing)
8. Fix - Standard
9. Address - Standard
10. Hinge Action - Angled Hinge
11. Pressure Point Combination - Double (#1 & #3 PP)
12. Pivot - Standard
13. Shoulder Turn - Rotated
14. Hip Turn - Sliding Hips (see 1:10 of video below)


15. Hip Action - Delayed (Right Forearm Takeaway, Hands Controlled Pivot)
16. Knee Action - Right Anchor
17. Foot Action - Flat Left
18. Left Wrist Action - Flat Left
19. Lag Loading - Drive Loading (right arm thrust)
20. Trigger Type - Right Arm Throw
21. Power Package Assembly Point - Top of Swing
22. Power Package Loading Action - Random Sweep
23. Power Package Delivery Path - Straight Line Delivery
24. Power Package Release - Non Automatic Random Sweep Release
As a hitter, here's what I hope to get my swing like after discussing the changes I want to make in a previous blog post:
1. Grip Basic - D - Interlocking
2. Grip Type - B - Strong Single Action

Note: Same grip as shown in the Jeff Evans video, except an interlocking grip instead of an overlapping grip.

3. Stroke Basic - B - Pitch Elbow

Note: Pitch Elbow with hitting for maximum trigger delay.

4. Stroke Variation D - Four Barrel (4-1-2-3)
5. Plane Line - Varies

Note: I use the Hogan stance diagram in order to keep in accordance to 'D-Plane.' So, 'Closed-Square' with driver, 'Square-Square' with irons, 'Open-Square' with short irons.

6. Plane Angle Basic - B - Turned Shoulder
7. Plane Angle Variation - B or C - Single Shift or Double Shift

Note: I was double shifting recently which I would 'prefer' but I've been a single shifter. Either one doesn't really bother me.

8. Fix - A - Standard
9. Address - A - Standard
10. Hinge Action - C - Angled Hinge
11. Pressure Point Combination - B/2 - Double (#1 and #3 PP)
12. Pivot - A - Standard
13. Shoulder Turn - C - Rotated
14. Hip Turn - C - Shiftless
15. Hip Action - B - Delayed
16. Knee Action - B - Left Anchor
17. Foot Action - C - Flat Left Foot
18. Left Wrist Action - C/2 - Single
19. Lag Loading - A - Drive Loading
20. Trigger Type - B - Right Arm Throw
21. Power Package Assembly Point - A - Top
22. Power Package Loading Action - A - Full Sweep
23. Power Package Deliver Path - A - Straight Line Delivery
24. Power Package Release - B - Non-Auto Random Sweep

12-2-0 Drag Loading Basic Pattern (Swinging)

Here's the checklist for the basic pattern for swinging.
1. Grip Basic - Overlap
2. Grip Type - Strong Single
3. Stroke Basic - Pitch Elbow
4. Stroke Variation - Triple Barrel (PA's 4-2-3)
5. Plane Line - Square to Square
6. Plane Angle Basic - Turned Shoulder Plane
7. Plane Angle Variation - Zero Shift
8. Fix - Standard
9. Address - Standard
10. Hinge Action - Dual Horizontal Hinge
11. Pressure Point Combination - Triple (PP's 2,3,4)
12. Pivot - Standard
13. Shoulder Turn - Rotated
14. Hip Turn - Slide
15. Hip Action - Delayed
16. Knee Action - Right Anchor
17. Foot Action - Flat Left
18. Left Wrist Action - Standard
19. Lag Loading - Drag Loading
20. Trigger Type - Wrist Throw
21. Power Package Assembly Point - End
22. Power Package Loading ACtion - Random Sweep
23. Power Package Delivery Path - Top Arc and Straight Line (hands above head at P4, then a straight line path)
24. Power Package Release - Automatic Snap Release
After that the preface directs us to Section 9-1 which goes over Zone #1 which has already been covered. Next up in the translation we'll go over Chapter 4.





3JACK

7 comments:

Kevin said...

Fascinating post!

It will be fun to watch where you go with your pattern. I'm guessing 19 might become a little bit of B/A Lag-Drive Loading to go along with working on "Pitch" elbow?

Thank you for posting your current pattern. Lots of fun to go through and make comparisons with mine!

Kevin

Rich H. said...

Thanks. Ted and I talked a bit about 'float loading the right elbow' on the down swing to make more of a 4-barrel hit with pitch elbow.

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