@saevel25. And that's the point...you've just described the best shot you ever hit in 2 lines of boring description. Take me inside your head, when I read your description, I want to be there, I want to see the shot, I want to feel the thrill, the expectation as the ball flies through the air, I want to feel the purity of the strike, the balance in the swing, the tension as your playing partners look on in anticipation, I want to feel the strength in your core and body through impact, I want to see your starting point, your intermediate point and your landing point, I want to hear the sound of the ball, the spin jizz after impact, I want to feel the sense of height looking down at the green, the feel of the turf beneath your feet, I want to feel the extended holding of the follow through, the admiration of such a beautiful shot, I want to feel you enter the "zone" during your pre-shot routine, I want to feel your eyes hardening as the outside world goes silent as you immerse yourself into the shot, I want you to describe what your pre-vis shot looks like, the time it spends climbing, peaking and descending, I want to feel the wind over your left shoulder, the texture of your grip etc
If your visualisation skills are as good as you think they are, you would have no problem conveying to the reader a far more elaborate and descriptive description of the best shot you ever hit.
If he was able to do this, it would be his WRITING skills that would show it. Or, if in person, his SPEAKING skills, not his ability to visualize.