underspin


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underspin

[′ən·dər‚spin]
(mechanics)
Property of a projectile having insufficient rate of spin to give proper stabilization.
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Crappies may rise 10 feet for an underspin, but conditions and mood play a part.
"The two things I feel helped me get the win were confidence even when I was down, especially on day one, and keeping an open mind and adapting with my baits even though I had success in practice with the underspin."
When hitting drop shots from the center of the court, adding sidespin to your heavy underspin will make the ball spin toward the sideline and swerve away from your opponent.
* Swing downward at least six inches to create underspin (i.e., backspin).
This will also enable you to catch the ball higher up on the clubface, producing the ideal trajectory with minimal amount of underspin and producing more distance on your tee shots.
Underpin become underspin, doom and gloom was transformed into doom, boom, gloom and doom and this was before the Speaker had announced the appointment of Michael Portillo as leader of the opposition.
feel a slight "underspin" on the ball with the seam perfectly upright
Plus, the underspin blade delivers flash to the fine thumping action the Pulse-R Paddletail.
The throwers must be taught to" overdrive and underspin" out of the back of the circle.