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Q: Are lie angles the same on each golf club?

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the angles are used in golf are for you to hit the ball with the proper stance. Angles are used in golf every time you approach to hit the ball. With any type of shot you use, the same stance will be applied.

The Edgewood Club of Tivoli in Tivoli NY was founded with golf in 1884. It is the oldest existing golf club in the U.S. with continuous golf at the same location.

Angles are equal or congruent to each other when the measurements of the angles are the same.

No, like a rhombus 2 of the angles are the same (opposite each other) and the other 2 angles are the same (opposite each other).

They are just two different names for the same club. No difference.

On the PGA Tour, the only Major that is played at the same course every year is The Masters. The tournament is held at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia every year.

Yes. Moreover, its the oldest golf club at its original course. 9 holes are evident from a course map dated 1886. Golf 1st was played their 5 years sooner just not on a "course". This answer is incorrect with respect to the oldest existing golf club with continuous golf at the same location. The Edgewood Club of Tivoli in Tivoli NY was founded in 1884 and has had golf continuously since then.

Vertically opposite angles, or vert. opp. angles for short.

because , since each angle measures the same then all of th angles are the same size :p

Because the figures are said to be similar to each other and retain the same angles

Vertical angles are angles opposite each other, formed by two intersecting lines. They have the same measure, and so are congruent. == ==

there are six angles in a hexagon. In a regular hexagon (all of the angles are the same size) they each measure 120 degrees

equal to each other

Same number of each.

Equiangular. If all three angles are the same (60 degrees each) then all three sides will be the same length too: equilateral.

Yes, it is, because a rectangle has 4 angles of 90º each, that is all its angles are the same, that is equangular.

A regular octagon's angles and sides are all the same. As in the angles are the same, and the lengths of each side are the same. And irregular is basically the opposite of that.

It could have:no angles the same ortwo angles the same ortwo pairs of angles which are the same.

less than and right angles

Perpendicular lines intersect each other at right angles.

No. All rectangles have 4 interior angles each measuring 90 degrees.

Then they are at right angles to each other

Because they are not the same angles.

They are the same.