yes you are aloud but normally when you walk off the Golf course you are not aloud just to walk back on a any hole so you will have to start the whole 18 or 9 again
1825 or 1830 on a leap year. If you lose 5 balls per round every round, i'd suggest you buy a tennis racket.
Do they? I would lose 1 in about 3 rounds. It just depends how straight you hit it and how what hazards there are to lose balls in.
Golf clubs, golf balls, and a tee. To Play A Round Of Golf, You Need Clubs (Up To 14), A Good Supply Of Balls Incase You Lose A Few, Tees, A Golf Club Bag, A Glove (Optional), A Green Tool And A Ball Marker, And A Pencil.
Golf balls never become stale or lose performance as long as they are kept in a dry, temperate environment.
There is no specific amount because better players will lose less balls and players on harder courses would lose more. The generally accepted number for a years supply of golf balls is 12 dozen or 144 golf balls.
Then you go out and buy more.
Golf balls do indeed age. They begin to lose their effectiveness after two or three years if stored in a cool, dry place. The shelf life is considered about five years.
Since golf balls and cement are both very dense, it is harder for the ball to lose it's energy after bouncing since there is nothing to absorb the energy.
What clubs are suggested to carry in a golf bag
I believe I have seen the TI tech balls in Walmart, or Kmart (I always look for cheap balls because I lose alot of them) LOL
One full round of golf, carrying your own bags and walking, can burn about 350 calories.
The covers will become scratched after a few holes due to the sharp grooves on wedges, but it would take a high number of rounds before they lose their shape. The first Pro V 1's and the old Titleist Tour Balatas used to lose their shape.