yes golf balls will float in salt water but they sink in fresh water
Yes, they do sell floating golf balls. If you want to buy for your own, you can buy it from eBay online store. It ranges from $2.00-$5.00 depending on the color , the kind you want to have.
Some golf balls are designed to float. Some golf courses offer practice ranges where golfers hit from the practice tee (ith floating balls) into a lake or pond. Instead of a golf cart retrieving the range balls off the ground, either a boat collects the floating balls or the artificial pond is design in such a way that the current moves the balls to a collection area.
Evidently not. In fact many individuals put on scuba gear and dive for the retrieval of golf balls within ponds located on golf courses. The balls are refinished and sold again at a reduced price.
The laddie is not gender specific. Ladies golf balls are usually labelled as ladies golf balls, where as you would never see golf balls labelled mens' golf balls.
No, These balls are not on the USGA conforming list of golf balls.
You can get personalized golf balls at the following sites I am including promotionalproducts.accoladepg.com/ , and www.golfballs.com/ , and www.rushimprint.ca/golf-balls
It is highly unlikely that you would be able to get golf balls for free. The only way you could do so is a promotion with a golf magazine or something. If you go play golf and find some golf balls you can keep them, however, you can't just go to a golf course and look for golf balls, this is illegal. The issue seems to be perhaps you think golf balls are too expensive, there are a couple of options you could buy budget golf balls or buy lake balls, these are used golf balls which are a lot cheaper.
106 golf balls
Golf balls are heavier when frozen.
56 boxes which is a total of 504 golf balls. Hector will have 4 extra golf balls if he gives away 500 golf balls.