The remainder of a stroke with a club, bat, or racket after the ball has been hit.
Continuation of a golf stroke after the bottom of the swing and impact area .
The continued motion of the arm immediately after release of the ball.
(aka: "finish") the continuation of a golf stoke after contact is made with the ball. Often referred to as the second half of the swing.
The part of the swing after impact.
The tail end of a swing after the ball is hit.
Used when performing a ground stroke. Rather than hitting the ball and stopping your racket head quickly, you Follow-through with the racket so it almost ends up over your shoulder. The Follow-through is very influential in the length, speed, and direction of the ground stroke.
The part of the swing beyond impact with the ball.
The movement of the body after the ball is released.
the completion of the swing after the ball has been hit.
The part of a golfer?s swing after the golf ball has been struck.
the action of stroking through the cue ball after the tip contacts the ball.
During the swing, the movement of the hands and arms after the ball has been struck.
the momentum of the swing after the ball is hit
The motion that takes place after release of the ball.
That part of the swing that occurs after the ball has been struck.
(REASONABLE) The action used by a player in continuing the movement of his racket after it has contacted the ball. A follow-through is reasonable if it is not excessive. An excessive follow-through is one in which the player's racket arm is extended towards a straight arm position with the racket also extended with the shaft horizontal - particularly when the extended position is maintained for other than a momentary period of time. And excessive follow-through is also one in which the arm extended towards a straight position takes a wider arc than the continued line of flight of the ball, even though the racket is on the correct vertical position. The Referee's decision on what constitutes a reasonable as distinct from excessive follow-through is final.
The portion of the swing after the ball has been struck.
Staying in the same position after pulling the trigger, or continuing the swing when firing at a moving target. This is done in order to assist in, 'calling the shot'.
The final motion of the golf swing after impact.
The distance the foot travels after it first strikes the ball.