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Date Posted: 22:18:26 07/14/00 Fri
Author: hp
Subject: Re: Definitions - TGM
In reply to: Peter 's message, "Re: Definitions - TGM" on 15:01:15 07/13/00 Thu

> I am back home and able to refer to my copy of The
> Golf Machine by Homer Kelly. Instead of saying "the
> Hogan position" I will use the TGM terminology from
> here on out.
> The translation goes as follows:
> Hogan's Supination..TGM - Arched.....Wrist flexed
> beyond level.
> Hogan's Pronation...TGM - Bent.........Extension of
> wrist beyond level.
> TGM Flat is the position between the two where the
> back of the hand is on a line with the back(top) of
> the arm.
> TGM - Vertical...If your arm was extended in front of
> you your thumb would point up.
> TGM - Turned....If your right arm was extended in
> front of you your thumb would point right and your
> palm up. The end of supination of the left hand and
> pronation of the right.
> TGM - Rolled.....If your right arm was extended in
> front of you your thumb would point left and your palm
> down. The end of pronation of the left hand and
> supination of the right.
> TGM - Cocked......Maximum abduction of the wrist
> TGM - Uncocked...Maximum Adduction of the wrist. This
> is the position of Moe's left wrist at setup.
> TGM - Level..........Betweem cocked amd umcocked so
> that the thumb edge of the hand is inline with the
> forearm.
> There. A complete vocabulary of wrist positions.
> Peter

lol Peter...I've got the 82 edition sitting here and I bet I haven't looked at it in 15yrs...as a foriegn language I chose spanish instead...it's very thorough...I have a good vocabulary but I never wanted to memorize the dictionary...hp, but I guess we need something to go by.

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