Some people can't just get the Vanilla guide from /r/Hackintosh working just right. Reasons can differ: can't set up the VM for whatever reason, can't access a real mac (although this guide works on macOS too), download corruptions, small USB disks (at this time and age? shame on you), 4GB of RAM (seriously?)... or just pure laziness.
It happens that real macs can re-install macOS directly from the internet, without the need for a disk or installer support, and they do that through "Internet Recovery". When a mac finds no OS or recovery partition, it will try to load a recovery system from Apple's servers and then boot it then install macOS through the internet to the mac. And following the same idea, we can, as hackintoshers, do the same (sort of). Btw, did I tell you this guide will work on any OS?
So this procedure goes mainly like this
Download macOS recovery system (as we can't do that directly from clover, yet)
Restore the macOS recovery system to the USB
Install Clover to the USB
Configure Clover (config, Kexts and UEFI Drivers)
Boot macOS Recovery Environment
Format and whatever you like to do in the macOS installer
BOOM! We're done.
macOS recovery downloading
USB device partitioning and macOS recovery image restoring
config.plist (configuration file)
Firmware/BIOS general settings advice
Booting and Installing macOS
This guide will *probably* not contain any post-install guide, as it's documented on the Vanilla Guide. This guide is for Pre-install preparation and Install, you will need to go to the Vanilla Guide to finish the rest for Desktop users, and for laptop users you'll have to continue here. This will be brought up at the end of this guide.
If you don't know your own hw, and have no clue how to find it, hackintosh might not be for you.
Apple (for their OS and the recovery images)
/u/CorpNewt (for his tool and hard work on making those scripts)
Rehabman (for his drivers, configs, guides and other hack related stuff)
acidanthera team (for all the driver and tools that made hackintoshing 10x easier than 5 years ago)
Clover team (for the boot manager)
cVad (for his BDU tool in my previous guide and idea)
kylon (for CCE)
And other people that helped directly or indirectly into making this happen (remind me if I forget yo)
Good luck :)...