follow-through[ fol-oh-throo, -throo ]SEE DEFINITION OF follow-through
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FOLLOW-THROUGH
Let us, for instance, examine these two statements with regard to the follow-through.
Our staff artist caught him as he was shooting his first rock of the season, using the follow-through system.
One sometimes sees misguided golfers, or would-be golfers, practising their follow-through in a very theatrical manner.
I think that Vardon's follow-through in his put is now not so low as it was, and the consequence is that his putting has improved.
If the follow-through were short and wrong it would indicate that the work during the impact was wrong too.
The point, however, which I wish to refer to here specifically is in connection with the follow-through.
It will be observed that he avoided it in dealing with the follow-through, but in this matter he makes the usual error.
In this half shot the club is not swung so far back, nor is the follow-through continued so far at the finish.
If the balls are much more than a foot apart, the "follow-through method" of playing stymies is almost certain to fail.
Its position rather affected my follow-through, so that I duffed my stroke and lost the hole.