- n spin (usually of a moving ball) that retards or reverses the forward motion
- Watching a Henin crosscourt backhand hitting the line, or a towering iron shot from Sorenstam plonking softly, with a little backspin, onto a green, the world seemed to stand still.
- His backspin was working fine, he drew his marble nicely, cleaned out the ring time after time in one turn.
- His first instructor, Rudy Duran, recalls that at age five "Tiger had the skill and imagination to hit high wedge shots, low ones, shots with backspin.
News & Articles
- Phil Mickelson: Could Backspin Cost Him the US Open?
ARDMORE, Pa. — Yes, Phil Mickelson has the lead, thanks to a fortuitous birdie at the 17th. But it might have been more of a lead. While most people focus on Mickelson’s lip outs or missed fairways, as Saturday afternoon became Saturday evening at Merion Golf Club, I wondered if Mickelson’s backspin, that shot golf fans love to see, could cost him the U.S. Open? It’s tempting to use that shot ...
June 16, 2013 - Bleacher Report
- Scott Greenstein in MarketWatch
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- Ned Yost in USA Today
He didn't misplay it,Yost said. "It was a tough play. He's a Gold Glove outfielder. If he misses that nobody catches it. It was hit hard. It had a lot of backspin and it just kept rising."
- Ed Belfour in KTVU.com
The puck went off my blocker, it went up in the air and then I lost sight of it,said Belfour. "It looked like it landed on the net, but it had some backspin on it, bounced the wrong way and then hit my back."