Could be when you hit a golf ball higher than you usually do and it goes not as far or maybe as far as your usual distance.
it protects the direction and width of how far the ball is going.
Yes and no. Players can do remarkable things with a golf ball now, but they hit it so far that golf courses have to keep adjusting.
because if your in football you would need the numbers how far or kick the ball if in golf you need to kown how far to hit the ball
Golf ball. The longest home runs by MLB players are about 500 feet. That's about 170 yards, which is about half as far as the longest drives by professional golfers.
About 400 yards+.
Have you seen a golf swing? The idea is to hit the ball with the swing, that is the only way to play the game.
Let's assume that your golf ball is 1.680 inches in diameter - the smallest size golf ball allowed in certain golfing associations. Then we know that the circumference of the golf ball will be the distance it would roll in one complete rotation. Circumference = pi * diameter Circumference = 3.14 * 1.680 in Circumference = 5.2752 inches = the distance that this particular golf ball would roll
Marton Mere is 3.9 miles to Blackpool leasure Beach and 3.4 miles to South pier....
Most golf GPS systems can pick up the full size of a golf course. There ar golf GPS systems that have the ability to automatically pick up any golf course that you are on as well as keep track of your score and calculate how far a golf ball will go when hit.