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The follow-through, in itself, has no bearing on the shot shape, especially with irons when you tend to tee the ball further back in your stance; for those shots, the ball is long gone before the clubhead begins to rise out of the turf. However, the mentality inherent in adopting a particular follow-through can cause a player to adopt certain changes in ...


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Yes, prolong the time on the contact point during the follow-through. Follow-through is a repeating thing in ball games. Keeping your eyes on the contact point in the follow-through helps to keep you focused and determined during the shot, avoiding mistakes due to hesitance such as forgetting to look at the ball and looking too early to the target. Article ...


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