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  Struan McDowall
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I have found that the cause of this problem lies in the need for the player to try and hit the ball. Or should I say give it a big hit instead of cultivating a sweep through and past the ball. (Which is easily achieved with a controlled swing)? By trying to give the ball a hit he produces a big backswing to do so. Unfortunately this swing is fully exhausted beyond impact and looks as though the player has quit on the shot. It is by understanding that the peak of acceleration in the swing is a club length or so beyond impact that you will need to acquire a shortened backswing through the need for this reserve of effort so to go on past the ball. So the backswing for the over swinger is brought into balance by the feel of his follow through.  

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