The continuation of the swing after the ball has been contacted. It lends control and direction to the shot.
The part of the golf swing after impact with the ball.
The part of the swing after the ball has been hit; the follow through cannot alter the way the ball has been hot but it reflects the way the club has been swung.
That all important part of shooting. Starting with the release and ending with the arrow hitting the target, and so easily forgotten
carry a stroke to natural completion after hitting or releasing a ball
The final movements of a shooting act. It's not the easiest thing to describe in words I must say. It is the movement of your arms and everything else while you wait for that arrow to hit the target. If anyone has a better way of explaining this, please E-Mail me.
The portion of the golf swing that occurs after the player has hit the ball.
the portion a swing after the ball is hit
The final part of a stroke. The player strokes the cue and follows through with the cueon the ballsâ€™ natural path.
What your arm does after the ball leaves your hand. It is generally desirable to follow through towards your target and upward as this promotes more accuracy.
An important and desirable motion of the cue carrying through the area previously occupied by the cue ball.
Portion of bowler's delivery after the ball has been released.
The act of finishing one's shooting motion after the release of the ball.
the act of a bowler continuing his run for a few steps after bowling the ball, usually turning away from the pitch to avoid running on the danger area. v.i. (of a bowler) to run a few steps after bowling the ball.
The area of the swing after impact with the ball.
The motion of the arm and racket after the ball has been struck.