downswing downswing  /ˈdaʊn ˌswɪŋ/

Definition(s):

  1. (n) a swing downward of a golf club
  2. (n) a worsening of business or economic activity

Usage(s):

  1. But it's the downswing that makes the upswing possible.
  2. He would violently rotate his hips and shoulders on his downswing, which produced prodigious tee shots.
  3. He would violently rotate his hips and shoulders on his downswing, which produced prodigious tee shots.

News

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    Are you hitting the golf ball solidly? If not, there is a good chance that you are releasing your wrist angle too early on the downswing. This will cause a multitude of problems, including fat shots, thin shots -- and slices. To make solid contact, you must strike the ball first, then the turf.
    on June 21, 2013     Source: The News-Times

Quotes

  1. "It was my takeaway, my downswing, back swing, club selection, mind process. You name it I did everything wrong today," Woods said.
    on Mar 17, 2007 By: Tiger Wood Source: Independent Online

  2. "The downswing hasn't yet turned the corner, but there is a justified hope that at least the financial markets have the worst behind them," Ewald Nowotny said, according to the prepared text of a speech given Tuesday.
    on Jun 23, 2009 By: Ewald Nowotny Source: NASDAQ

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