Yes, the warmer a ball is the further it will fly and similarly, the colder it is the shorter it will fly. You are not allowed to deliberately alter the temperature of a Golf ball, this is against the rules.
yes, the hotter the ball the softer it becomes it will then affect the COR (coefficient of restitution)
Under the same impact force, a solid golf ball will have a longer overall distance in warm weather than in cold weather. That's why there is a business for golf ball warmer.
Compression of a golf ball has not been used for about 10 years, as a result it is no longer given as data for golf ball performance.
A warmer ball will come off the clubface with more velocity and spin than a colder ball, encouraging loft. The ball's temperature also has an effect on bounce. Heat gives the ball more elasticity, creating a ball that bounces more and travels longer.
well if it was a really hot day the golf ball would get hot and sticky and if was a really cold day the wind would be making it cold so it affects how far the golf ball goes
the number on golf balls doesn't mean anything to the ball like the performance and stuff, but what it does is it helps players recognise there ball.
Q: How does temperature affect the distance that a golf ball will travel?A: Golf balls are made from a solid or liquid core with tightly-wound materials, and require a certain amount of elasticity in order to release kinetic energy during a collision (bounce). The property of elasticity is affected by temperature. Warm balls have a greater ability to flex during a collision, thereby recovering more kinetic energy than golf balls at colder temperatures. This scientific principle is called the coefficient of restitution. Simply put, the ball's 'bounciness' is dependent on the elasticity of the materials, and the bouncier the ball, the farther it will travel when struck by a golf club.
A warm golf ball will come off the club faster than a cold ball, with subsequent more spin. So up until a realistic point, a warm ball will fly higher and farther than a cold one. Largely because a cold ball is harder to compress than a warm softer one. Will being cold or warm cause a golf ball to fly at a higher trajectory relative to it's distance.
No, logos on golf balls do not affect the playability of the ball in anyway.
Yes, warmer golf balls fly farther, and they fly shorter when colder. You are not allowed to deliberately change the temperature of a golf ball as this is against the rules.
it pulls it down ...
Well the warmer it is the easier and further the ball flies.
Yes, ball temperature has nothing to do with it, unless your ball loses density through heating. If that, then no.
Dimples don't affect the spin at all. Dimples allow the ball to fly, and become aerodynamic.
To achieve maximum Hangtime with a golf ball you have to combine the optimum spin rate with the optimum launch angle of the golf ball. Usually the higher the launch and the lower the spin the better. Angle of attack with ones swing will also affect Hangtime. Hangtime Golf have been the pioneers of this for golf since 2001
yes i think it does as when you hit a golf ball it doesnt land straight away does it it starts bouncing further and further so you get further.
A golf that is non-circular sickle-shaped dimples looks like a moon but this golf ball is design for better performance.
to play golfPeople uses a golf ball by ....the function of a golf ball is so people can ENJOY golf & can play golf !!:) This is the function of the golf ball ...in more details you could say in order to play golf you need a golf ball, so golf ball is an important item in GOLF !!:)
I do not think that a gps caddie can help improve golf scores. Only practice can help you with your golf performance. A gps can only allow you to see where you should aim your ball.
Not really. Dimples are designed to give the ball stability during flight. The club and the core of the ball determine distance.
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