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THE GREATEST GOLF STORY:IN MEMORY OF JONES, HOGAN & SNEAD: GOLF POKER II: POWER & DISTANCE

THE GREATEST GOLF STORY

IN MEMORY OF

JONES, HOGAN & SNEAD

GOLF POKER II

POWER & DISTANCE

Robert, Sam & Ben loved good food when they played Poker.

However, they loved their Golf game more.

In this game of Golf Poker II each put up the ante, "Balance".

Sam up the ante & added, "Power".

Ben met Sam's Gamesmanship & added for markers, "Pace & Accuracy".

Bobby, seizing the moment, used Upsmanship & saw not only with

"Pace & Accuracy" but added the clincher, "Power & Distance".

Ben & Sam just smiled. They knew Bobby had taken the bait.

Each placed one hand on top of the others & called.

Who won?

POWER & DISTANCE
USING BALANCE, PACE & ACCURACY
AS YOUR FOUNDATION.

RHYTHM

I

Rhythm is your Coordination
through
your Neuromuscular System.
 
NOTE
Coordination includes your Grip
&
 the Long bone of the Shoulders, the Humerus,
to initiate-complete & release the Swing
-through-
 the Forearms, Shoulders, Wrists & Grip.
 
TIMING

I

When the Grip is connected to
the Long Bone of the Shoulders, the Humerus 
the Timing of the Swing is established
through your Neuromuscular System.
 
POWER & DISTANCE
 
Rhythm & Timing is Energy.
Energy is Power.
Power is Energy through timing.
THEREFORE
Timing is
the coordination
of your
Neuromuscular System
through Imaging
to create & achieve
Power & Distance.
 
This is Power & Distance
using Balance, Pace & Accuracy
as your Foundation.
 
Who won?

Sam, tipping his hat, got up, placed his cards on the table & said,

"Let's find out".

Ben, with his big, broad grin & steel-like grip, nodded in agreement.

Bobby just smiled, rubbed his chin & lit a cigar.

He knew another great story was in the making.

Peter Steele Formica

Author's Note

FOUNDATIONAL VALUES

&

SCIENCE & PHILOSOPHY

FOR STEELE'S GOLF POKER

A

   "All the nerves that travel to the hand cross the wrist. Three main nerves begin together at the Shoulder; the Ulna, Median & Radius Nerves. These nerves carry signals from the brain to the muscles that move the arms, hands, fingers & thumb. The nerves also carry signals back to the brain." This is Input & Feedback.

B

   "The Median nerve travels through a compartment within the wrist called the carpal tunnel. The Median nerve gives feeling to the Thumb, Forefinger, Middle finger & half of the Ring finger."

   "Further & most important a Branch of the Median nerve controls the muscles of the thumb. This nerve & muscle junction allows the thumb to touch the tips & pads of each finger on the hand. The tendons, ligaments & specialized fibers, through your Neuromuscular System, give the hands & body the ability to feel, sense & measure. In other words the brain & the body, through the hands & its grip, have the ability to measure & release your strength & energy for the Swing to achieve Power & Distance to complete the shot using Balance, Pace & Accuracy as its foundation.

This is called Imaging;
 the use of Input & Feedback.

This is PNF (II) & PNF (III).

THE THREE (3) MAIN NERVES

1. The Radius Nerve travels along the thumb through the forearm to the head of the Humerus. It wraps around the radius bone at the back of the hand. It gives feeling to the back of the hand from the thumb to the middle & ring fingers.

2. The Ulna Nerve branches out to give feeling to the Little finger & half of the Ring finger. It also gives feeling to (a) the muscle that brings the Thumb & Palm together & (b) the small muscles in the Palm.

3. The Median Nerve gives feeling to the front side of the Thumb, Forefinger, Middle finger & half of the Ring finger. Its nerve branch lets the thumb touch the tip & pad of each of the fingers of the hand.  

THE THREE (3) MAIN BONES

1. The Radius lies on the thumb side from the forearm to the wrist.

2. The Ulna lies on the Little finger side from the forearm to the wrist.

3. The Humerus is from the Elbow where the Ulna & Radius meet & extends through the Upper Arm to the Shoulders.

These are the Foundational Values

& the Science & Philosophy

for Steele's Golf Poker.

Peter Steele Formica

Author's Notes:

Learn how to connect the Grip to your Rhythm & Timing

& you'll be able to achieve & succeed in golf at any level.

I hope you enjoy golf or any sport when you

use your Rhythm & Timing

for Achievement & Success. 

All the best,
Jamieson from Palm Beach
where you're only a breeze away from any Caribbean Island.
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Comments:
Comment By: FreeBOB on January 21, 2006 04:56:07 PM Report
A very informative write, I remember Hogan and Sneed, not sure about Jones, Bob :)




 


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