You can stop coming over the top in Golf swing by doing a lot of practice.
If you are hooking the golf ball, you are most likely either getting too quick and turning your hands over just before impact therefore closing the clubface too early and causing the hook, or you may be swinging the club round your body.
it will stop
The golf swing is a series of interconnected body and muscle motions. Most people do not realize that the "OBJECT" of playing golf IS NOT, I repeat IS NOT, to hit the golf ball. The object is to make a golf swing....a golf swing that repeats. Then, it is the golfer's task to make those minor adjustments to that the golf ball lies on the exact path that the golfer is swinging on. This is why MOST golfers play poorly and fail to improve. They try to hit the ball. The backswing creates a position. The golfer coils up into a powerful position HOWEVER, the golfer should remain as releaxed as possible. This allows the hands to swing the grip, or the "handle" of the club, the fastest through to swing completion. The backswing creates energy. The downswing unleashes it. Maximum clubhead speed should be achieved at impact when the ball is struck. Since the golfer is making a GOLF SWING, it is essential that he or she have a follow through to finish. Otherwise, the golf club would be slowing down at impact; distance would be lost, and the golfer would be far too inconsistent. The golf swing is merely a series of levers made up by the shoulders, hands, and the golf club that achieve maximum speed through centrifugal force. Think of the golf swing as a bungee cord. When someone jumps on a bungee, they hit bottom and then come flying back up because of MOMENTUM. They don't just fall to the bottom and stop. Golfers have a follow through because of momentum of the golf club literally swinging them if they are doing it correctly. My response comes as a 25 year PGA Teaching Professional
By swinging 'through' the ball, letting the racket stop only when it's above your shoulder (instead of only hitting at the ball) you give the ball much more speed. Besides, finishing that swing gives you much more control over its direction. Same thing with golf, by the way.
Assuming you have a typical pendulum type swing, the ball is release just as you are coming upwards in the swing. If you stop your arm movement right after the point of release, it can sometimes interfere with accuracy, distance, roll, etc. By continuing the pendulum swing post release, you improve accuracy, distance, roll, speed, etc. Golf is another similar thing, where you see pro's continue the club swing after hitting the ball until the club comes completely behind them.
Make sure you are aimed properly, and check your grip. Also slow down your swing you may just have got too quick and turned your hands over too quickly therefore closing the face prior to impact.
Golf nets are not used to cover your golf clubs when not in use. Golf nets are used to stop the golf ball after you hit it. It is like a background stop for the golf ball. There are golf nets for indoor and outdoor use.
If you stop your baseball swing in the middle and the ball is not in the strike zone, an umpire will look at your wrists. If your wrists are "broken" it is a strike. That means the position of your wrists determine if you took a swing or not. If they are still in the same position as they normally are before you take a swing, you did not swing. If your wrists are in the position they would be in after you took a swing, you took a swing.
When blodd starts to stop coming out of your ........... cant say to inapropriate.
you can stop for a little break only