No, but I believe a player can declare it unplayable and therefore take the penalty associated with that rule.
I think you can take a stroke for unplayable and drop within two club lengths (still in the bunker) or along a straight line back from the flag as far as you want...I think. There are rules that specifically address unplayables.
In a fun round, you may consider using your hand wedge to keep the round fun. No sense in taking 5 to get out of a bunker, possibly hurting your wrists, and ruining your spirit for the game...then go practice bunker shots later.
Probably a golf ball, it is a lot denser. If you dropped a golf ball on a concrete floor it would bounce, if you drop a brick it will break.
When this happen, There is no relief from a ball embedded in a bunker.
Yes. The moon has gravity.
A "sand Iron" is a golf club (iron) designed to hit a golf ball out of a sand trap or bunker.
Golf uses a wedge. A wedge is a type of golf club and golfers mainly use it for hitting the golf ball out of the bunker. (sand pit).
A "sand wedge" is used in the sport of golf.
Golf. Golf uses the tersm "bunker" and "par".
Due to a golf ball being so hard it hits the ground the energy is so strong it bounces up higher than any other ball. A golf ball is so hard and that energy just can't wait to get released and bounces up very high. There is many layers in a golf ball. All the layers are Sort of like rubber material so then that is why a golf ball bounces the highest.
When a golf ball is dropped onto the pavement, it compresses upon impact and stores some of the energy. This stored energy is then released, causing the ball to bounce back up into the air. The elasticity of the ball and the pavement's surface play a role in dictating the height and speed of the bounce.