Simply a double hit.
I am a softball player. Let me say first, bunting is basically half the swing as hitting. Hitting consists of swinging a bat across your entire body. Bunting, you swing 180 degrees and stop and let the ball hit your bat. Bunting makes the ball go in play at a small distance; hitting the ball can make your ball go anywhere!
Yes, if the ball bounces more than twice it is a no ball but if it bounces twice it is legal. Although this is a very unlikely situation.
Faster swing, because the muscle behinde it that will send the ball over fence.
If you mean by hitting the ball twice, then yes.
No, a 5 iron would hit the ball about 180 where as a wedge about 125. Depends who is hitting it.
Well, if by "back swing", you refer to the rest of your swing after hitting the ball... then it's probably down. Also, I've never seen someone hit the ball away from the hole to make it go towards the whole... be neat though. Anyway, I'm no expert, but I'd really say that, yeah, it's the "down swing". Just make sure to also then move it foreward to hoit the ball.
basically as i was told by my qld coach, a home run is an accident, its the resuly of a good swing. you don't purposely swing to hit it over, you swing hard and smooth and the ball will go far so basically its an accident
Hitting the net full on. Hitting the net and the ball carries on over it. Foot crossing the line when you hit the ball. Hitting the ball full on and it does not land in the field of play.
a swing is more than just moveing your bat and hitting the ball. its a perfect indicatoin of rhe heart of a softball player. if there swing is well concentrated then you know that the batter wants to hit the ball and works 24/7 to perfect there swing. just because a girl doesnt hit the ball doesnt mean they aren't a good softball player. it means they couldn't find there pitch,they can't concentrate or they just don't care. the farthher the ball is hit the harder they swing the bat the more heart and ambition it showa. to be good work hard.
If you swing and miss and the ball hits you, it is a strike and a live ball. If you swing and the bat makes contact with the ball and the ball hits you while you're in the batter's box, it is a foul ball and a dead ball.
This is becoming a big debate on teaching the basics of the softball swing. There are two swings that are taught now. The traditional linear bat swing which uses mostly arms and the other is called rotational hitting where the rotation of the hips is where the power of the swing comes from. I prefer the rotational hitting because on a scientific point of view this movement shows that this motion uses more muscle strength to generate power in your swing. The quick rotation of the bat will also help on the speed of the ball out of the bat upon contact. The rotational swing helps a batter have the power needed in every swing. to analyze this swing you can check: http://www.softballperformance.com/blog/hitting-what-makes-manny-ramirez-such-a-good-hitter/
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.