A warmer golf ball goes further, you cannot warm it up though because that is not allowed under the rules of golf.
Yes it does. If it is warmer the ball will go further, also if you are higher up the ball will go further as the air is thinner. When its cold it is better to heat up your golf ball before you play as it will go further.
If was very early in the development of the game of golf that if was discovered that golf ball travel further when they are warm. So in answer to your question no not really.
Yes, it will also fly straighter and more consistently.
Golf Balls will travel the farthest when the weather is hot but if you want them to travel even farther play at a higher altitude. The thinner air will allow the golf ball to travel farther because there is less air resistance. You should be able to drop down one or two clubs depending on the altitude.
One can rent a travel golf ball from a nearby travel golf bag renter.
The basket ball has a higher mass - making it more susceptible to gravity !
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 table tennis ball is made of plastic, and is hollow. A golf ball is made of a composite of materials, and has a solid core, allowing it to travel much further through the air (by adding mass, the momentum of the ball increases).
A golf ball is cold and hard while a tennis ball is "warm and fuzzy" :O)
It gets cold
so it can travel further
No, there is no such thing as an English golf ball, it is the exact same as anyone sold anywhere in the world.
Yes, a warm golf ball will travel farther than one that is cold. Just like any sports ball, when it is warmer it can compress much more when struck, allowing it to travel farther. Just the other day I went and played golf in 40 degree weather and my ball flight went nowhere.
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
A golf ball is heavier and has better aerodynamic qualities, therefore it could be thrown further than a tennis ball, which is too light.
Well the warmer it is the easier and further the ball flies.
A golf ball fly further in warmer air than cooler air due to the friction caused by denser cold air. Playing in colder temperatures you should club down to increase carry lost due to temperature variable
A golf ball with more dimples goes the furthest because the more dimples the straighteir the accurcy and line up is.
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.
Yes, theoretically. The golf ball's rate of transferring energy (in this case elastic) is dependent on its COR (coefficient of restitution) - which is basically a rate of how rigid the shell is. In simple words, yes. The golf ball that bounces higher than other golf balls is bouncier than the other golf balls. If you hit a rubber ball with a golf club, the ball should travel farther than all the regular golf balls.
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.