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“They propelled me, like a cyclone wind, directly into part B of my pre-shot routine, the part I performed while standing over the ball.”
“You picture yourself at the range, and imagine setting up for the target, going through your pre-shot routine, calling for the bird, seeing it, and making a good move and crushing it.”
“We started the stopwatch when the player stood over the ball and began his pre-shot routine and stopped it the moment he hit.”
“Brennan pre-shot a scene last year with Chris O'Donnell's son, Finley, 5, as little Callen.”
“Everybody has their own pre-shot routines, like golfers, that are designed to get them in the right frame of mind to face any one ball.”
“Another player who advanced his Ashes claim at Lord's was Jonathan Trott, whose disciplined double hundred, replete with intense crease marking (including one after the match had finished) and lengthy pre-shot routines, heightened the impression he conveys on the field as an overly intense cricketing character.”
“He did a loving imitation of the pre-shot routine of "old Sam" Snead.”
“And when she steps up to the ball, performs her pre-shot routine, and executes her shot it becomes apparent just how different this putt actually is.”
“But could I please first fill out and sign their pre-shot questionnaire.”
“Also, there are a few scenes pre-shot, and the audience sees those on the monitor.”
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