A Golf Gouge is a DIVOT
A "divot" is the grass torn from the surface by the impact of a club, typically a lofting iron. The term for the marks on a golf ball is "dimples." (see the related question below)
A golf divot can be the chunk of grass that was ripped out of the ground as a result of the golf swing. It can also be the spot from which that grass was removed. Hence replacing your divot is when you replace this chunk of grass to where it came from in the ground.
These are called divots. It is part of golf etiquette to repair them. Use a tee (or a divot tool) to lightly dig under the hole and lift it flush with the green.
When I hit the ball onto the green it left a big divot.
heck no that makes no scence
It is called a divot.
Divot mix is a mixture of sand as grass seed which is placed in fairway and tee box divots, the grass seed therefore grows and replaces at lost ground. There is however a lot of criticism about divot mix being used in the fairway, because you do not get a good enough strike and cannnot control the ball as well as you can from grass, most players say just get people to go get their divots.
to play golfPeople uses a golf ball by ....the function of a golf ball is so people can ENJOY golf & can play golf !!:) This is the function of the golf ball ...in more details you could say in order to play golf you need a golf ball, so golf ball is an important item in GOLF !!:)
A Golf Ball
It is a golf ball that has the logo of a resort/golf course printed on the ball.
a golf ball obviously...
Not necessarily, but you will find that the vast majority of players do take divots. A few players sweep the ball, such as Tom Watson, and it works for them. But if you want to compress the ball well, and put spin on the ball you will need to take a divot.
What mineral are in a golf ball
A golf ball.
That would be a golf ball.
The phrase "golf ball" has two syllables. The syllables of the phrase are golf-ball.