Homer Kelley - The Golfing Machine - The Golf Factory

The Golf Factory

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Homer Kelley's
"The Golfing Machine"

Howard McMeekin has created
"The Golf Factory"

A golfer friendly version of Homer Kelley's
"The Golfing Machine"

Is there a perfect golf swing?
Can you learn the perfect swing?
Play the best golf you can with your swing!

There is a perfect golf swing. Yes, as a matter of fact there are TWO perfect golf swings.

The Golf Factory will teach the golfer that there is indeed, a perfect golf swing. It can be duplicated and repeated. Less than perfect swings can be utilized with a degree of success and enjoyment. There are 24 components to the golf swing. Each component has from three to ten variations. There are millions of possible combinations of these components. Any number of these component variations can be used together to create a golf swing.

The FIRST PERFECT GOLF SWING is the Centrifugal Force Swing,

the force coming from the rotation of the body, driven by the turning of the left hip away from the ball.

The SECOND PERFECT GOLF SWING is the Hitting Swing,

the force coming from the thrusting of the right arm towards the target.

Either one of these swings can produce the desirable results needed to play the game of golf. Either one of these perfect swings can be changed by any one of the multitudes of possible combinations, and used to some degree of perfection.

"The Golf Factory" is a golf swing concept based on "The Golfing Machine" by Homer Kelley.

THE GOLF FACTORY will teach the individual the perfect golf swing. He can choose to strive to duplicate the perfect swing or elect to use some lesser variation. Either way he can enjoy the game of golf at some level of reliability.

Homer Kelley the author of "The Golfing Machine" was an engineer for Boeing Aircraft during World War II. He was responsible for correcting any design flaws of their new aircraft.

His boss came to him one day saying, "How cruel the game of golf is. I played Saturday and had complete control of my game. I had finally beaten the demon. I expected to play well forever. I went out to play Sunday, fully expecting to have the best game of my life. I was crushed. I had regressed to the level of a beginner. The demon was back on top. I had lost any and all control of the golf ball". This statement by his boss challenged Homer Kelley's problem solving attitude. Homer never played golf, but he began studying the golf swing.

He focused on the relationships between the PHYSICS of striking a golf ball, the GEOMETRY of the golf swing, the ability of the human BODY and MIND to create a consistently dependable and repetitive golf swing motion. Homer never thought he was far from discovering the secrets. After 24 years of dedicated study, he was ready to present his findings to the golfing world.

Homer Kelley's book "THE GOLFING MACHINE" is a very detailed, precise and knowledgeable golf textbook. Unfortunately, this book written in an engineering context is too complex for the average golfer to comprehend.

The GOLF FACTORY will take this very complex book and make it understandable to the everyday golfers. We are going to make this book available on line.

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"The Golf Factory" is a golf school based on Homer Kelley's "The Golfing Machine"

Thanks for checking out "The Golf Factory".
We hope it has been beneficial to you.

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is a golf school taught by
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based on Homer Kelley's
"The Golfing Machine".
Golf explained by PHYSICS, GEOMETRY & the WORKINGS of the HUMAN MIND.
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