overswing

overswing

(ˌəʊvəˈswɪŋ)
vb (intr) , -swings, -swinging or -swung
(General Sporting Terms) golf baseball to swing too hard when hitting a ball
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After finishing the settings the XPC Target environment with new parameters was updated, and the desired response of speed of servodrive with 15% overswing was reached, as shown in Figure 12 below.
You've got to tell yourself don't overswing, nice and easy and take it the other way.
If you look at the vast majority of modern golfers, the club shaft does not reach parallel in the back swing with an iron, possibly with the driver, but if you swing efficiently in your movements the necessity to overswing is reduced.
I can't remember ever seeing him fart during a surprise overswing, and laugh so hard he trod on the ball.
The rifle swung smoothly between the gongs and the lack of muzzle heaviness eliminated any overswing.
Available as fixed lights and tophung, sidehung casements, it is fully compatible with SAS SPW 300 51mm overswing window and the range of SD doors and SFG ground floor treatments.
I also have a very bad overswing which makes my golf game really inconsistent.
In the beginning, you'll probably overswing the far targets and underswing the close ones, but once you're used to them, the longer tubes will smooth out your swing and become a great asset.
It doesn't matter whether the actual load is larger or smaller than the optimum power condition, power saturation will start to take place by RF voltage overswing into the forward region A of the gate-source junction, the ohmic region B or the breakdown region C.
It always annoyed him when Agnes Flack broke their engagement, because it made him overswing, particularly off the tee.
This time, I kept saying to myself, 'Don't overswing.
4 Use the Z-serve to start an important match, since it doesn't matter if your butterflies cause you to overswing.