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Q: Does a frozen golf ball thawed out go farther than a non frozen golf ball?
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Does a frozen golf ball go farther than a non frozen golf ball?

No, a warmer ball will travel farther than a colder one. When the core of the ball is warmer it will be more energetic. Also if the air is colder that means it is denser and will mean there is going to be more drag on the ball, so it will not travel as far.

what will travel farther a heavy golf ball or a lighter one?


How can you hit a golf ball farther?

A golf ball can be hit farther by using more strength. A golf ball can also be hit harder by using the right club and hitting the ball with the wind.

Should golf balls be frozen?

As much as possible since deep-frozen golf balls travel farther.

Which goes farther a new golf ball or an old golf ball?

a new one should

Would a frozen golf ball bounce higher than a hot golf ball?

No, the warmer golf ball would bounce higher.

Why can you throw a golf ball farther than a ping pong ball?

a golf ball is heavier

Can you hit a golf ball farther on Earth or the Moon?

Yes I can

Does a heated golf ball go farther then a cold golf ball?

A warmer golf ball goes further, you cannot warm it up though because that is not allowed under the rules of golf.

How do you hit golf ball farther?

The easiest thing is to hit the ball out of the centre of the club.

Would a frozen golf ball have less rebound than a boiled golf ball?

In essence yes because all of the particles have frozen and expanded making the ball brital Now when you hit the ball with a golf club the kinetic energy will be isolated a bit from the ball making it slower and have less rebound then a boiled golf ball.

Why do golf balls have dimpels?

makes the ball go farther, due to aerodynamics makes the ball go farther, due to aerodynamics

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