To a certain extent yes. In theory, the longer the shaft, the greater the distance is between the pivot, which is the hands, and the club head. Therefore more momentum can be generated.
As at higher altitudes the density of air decreases, which means that air is thinner. As a result golf ball travels farther at a higher altitude because of decreased drag on the ball.
In theory, the lighter the head the faster the club head speed= more distance. However, if heavier weights are placed in the right spot the better placed the centre of gravity is so the further the ball goes.
yes longer clubs have decreased loft. also longer clubs will generate faster club head speed.
Not really. Dimples are designed to give the ball stability during flight. The club and the core of the ball determine distance.
It works the same way it does on Earth. The momentum of the club is transferred to the golf ball and it travels. And it isn't slowed down by the friction of air.
the mass of the ball and club and the velocity of the club
Hitting a ball far depends mainly the loft a club has, club head speed and hitting it square on the face. But longer length makes your club head speed higher to hit it farther but you lose control.
Foot-Ball Club was created in 1824.
No, a ball retriever does not count as a club in your bag.
all of these
The face of the club.