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yes. it is possible to hit the tee with out moving the Golf ball it just depends on how you hit it

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What is the guy called that checks tee times at a golf course?

The task of checking a player's tee time usually falls to a golf course marshal.

Should you swing a hybrid golf club like an iron or a wood?

You should swing it like an iron because normally its not used on a tee, if you swing it like a drive on a fareway then you are going to miss the ball.

Who originally came up with the golf tee box markers colors?

the up with came up with the game

In what sport does the player with the highest score lose?

Golf is the sport that when the player with the higher score loses. The point of golf is to put the ball in the hole with the last amount of shots. When you are about to tee off at a hole, it says that "par" the hole is. If the hole is a par 3, that means that it should only take you three shots to put the ball in the hole. If it takes you only one shot (hole in one) to get the ball in the whole, that is considered an eagle or two under. If it takes you 2 shots to get it in the whole, that is considered a birdie, or one under. Then if it takes you 3 shots, like the hole says, then that is considered a par. You also have the opportunity to go over par which is conisidered bogie, double bogie, triple bogie, and so on. Bogie depends on how many shots over 3 you shoot.

Has the Wrigley Field score board ever been hit by fly ball?

Nope. Clemente almost did. The closest I have ever see was Sosa's Home Run that hit the Camera Booth in center field and that ball was at least 30 feet from the Scoreboard. Although no batted baseball has ever been hit from homeplate off of the center field scoreboard, it is not true that NO ball has ever accomplished that feat. Sam Snead, of professional golfing fame, accomplished it by driving a golfball off a tee at homeplate in 1951, which struck the scoreboard.