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Once the ball has been struck:
- The arms and shoulders continue to control the club as the V formed by forearms, wrists and hands remains solid.
- The wrists do not hinge or break, but stay firm to the finish.
- The head should stay still until the ball has traveled several feet; on short putts, listen for the ball to fall into the cup before lifting your eyes.
- The putter continues traveling on an arc which mirrors the backstroke.
- To promote an accelerating stroke, the follow-through should be at least as long as the backstroke.