If another player plays your ball, they receive a two shot penalty and you then replace your ball as near as possible to where it was before they played it.
If someone walks past or an animal etc moves it, you simply replace it without penalty, where possible you must get the original ball, if you can not get the original ball, you may replace it with a new one.
You will need to check local rules, it varies from course to course. Usually you will get a free drop. To do so, you find the nearest point of relief, which is where you have a stance and swing not obstructed by the path, then you have one club length from this point. Obviously no nearer the hole.
Once you are on the putting surface i.e the green, you are permitted to mark your ball, clean it and replace it.
After you hit the ball it is up to the ball to go where you directed it with the energy imparted upon it.
Yes, you can move a stick out of your way as long as you don't move the ball.
In the sport of golf, when another play shouts the word "fore" it is a warning for the other players to move out of the way. This means that the golf ball is coming and it might hit them or get in the way.
As you are powering your shot, move your analog stick the way that you want the ball to curve
The way a golf ball bounces definitely affects the distance that it will travel. There are different weights and types of golf balls for this reason.
A lie is the way a ball in play is resting.
There isn't a huge difference, but a Golf ball would be marginally bigger. Golf ball sized and ping pong size are mostly used to measure hail sizes. A golf ball is bigger but not by much. Inches. 1 1/2 Ping Pong Ball Size 1 3/4 Golf Ball Size
No golf balls do not melt in water that way.
move move the leaf
push the right analog stick in any direction your charactyer will do a diffrent move based on which way u push it
The club may strike the ball in such a way as to induce it to spin. This affects the aerodynamics of the ball, and can cause its path to curve.
The standard diameter of a golf ball is supposed to be not less than 42.67 millimeters. So 13 millimeters is a tiny bit less than 1/3 of the way through a golf ball.
You should stand with your feet parallel to the target about shoulders width apart with the ball in the middle of your stance (for an iron or wedge) for a driver you should widen your stance and have the ball closer to your left foot (if you are right handed).
Have you seen a golf swing? The idea is to hit the ball with the swing, that is the only way to play the game.