You can use a range ball on the Golf course, but they are usually low quality two piece balls and not very good, and it may be frowned upon by your playing partners.
its a golf ball
In basketball you use a larger ball, a court, a backboard, a net, and you play in 2 teams. In golf you use a much smaller ball, a course, golf clubs, a hole in the grass, and its every man for themselves.
The man I met at the golf course was very skillful at driving the ball.
a golf club
Golf nets are not used to cover your golf clubs when not in use. Golf nets are used to stop the golf ball after you hit it. It is like a background stop for the golf ball. There are golf nets for indoor and outdoor use.
Possibly. Many golf clubs and driving ranges use "limited flight" balls. This requires less space for the actual range itself. The "range ball" is designed in such a way (with shallower dimples) that prevents it from flying as far as a "standard" flight golf ball. Range balls also typically have a harder cover, making the ball more durable (but less forgiving and further decreasing its flight). Ask the pro at the club or an employee at the range, and they should be able to tell you what kind of ball is used (limited or regular flight).
Bridgestone Golf Tour B330 golf ball. He won three Champions Tour events in a row with this ball.
You use a club.
It's not a giant golf ball it's a Icosahedron or a geodesic dome.
Golf! In golf, you use the tee, to set your ball on it, then you hit the ball with your selected club.