I heard you can microwave them, though this might be for "wound" Golf balls which aren't that common anymore.
Land your drive on a cart path, hit a tree.... it will cost you strokes on the green.
OR you could just play it for 20 years and see if it can stand up to the beating.
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.
WHICH DRIVERWILL HIT THE GOLF BALL FARTHER- HEAVY OR LIGHT
A simple tip for that is move the ball further ball in your stance. If its when you hit your golf ball off a tee, another simple tip is just lower your tee farther into the ground.
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300 yards is equal to 900 feet, so the answer is 500 feet.
Golf balls have grooves so that when they are hit into the air they travel farther than smooth balls. The air runs into the grooves and out the curve.
Placing the ball at the back of your stance will effectively make the ball fly lower and farther. By placing the ball at the back of your stance you are decreasing the loft of the club. If you want to hit a high shot move the ball forward but remember it will not go as far.
I'm no expert or knocking on your common sense,but its impossible to generate the kind of speed that a golf club picks up throughout a swing. So the answer is no. Although the speed of a golf club is less, there is no flexing in a baseball bat like there is in a golf club shaft (absorbing energy). I think the golf ball (all things equal) would travel farther being hit by an aluminum bat than a driver.
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.
yes. it is possible to hit the tee with out moving the golf ball it just depends on how you hit it
You don't really. At least, not when you tee off. Once you are in the fairway, whoever is farthest from the hole, or green, usually is next. Let's say you are playing golf and are playing against one other person. You both tee off, in no predetermined order, and arrive at the fairway. If your opponent out drove you, hit his/her golf ball farther than yours, then it is your turn next. After you hit, it will be your opponent's turn to hit. You keep alternating like this (or if your opponent's ball didn't go farther than your ball any of the times he/she hit, he/she still gets to hit until the go past your ball) until you each sink the ball into the cup.
No the golf ball was designed to be hit hard. Why would a hammer produce a result different than being hit by a golf club?