It doesn't go any farther or shorter when left in the sun.
A golf ball would bounce far higher than a baseball. This is because a golf ball has been specifically designed to harness the energy it receives and get the most from it. Imagine how far a golf ball would go if you hit it with a baseball bat- pretty far, and how far a baseball would go if you hit it with a golf club-virtually no where.
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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.
Because it can go far in the air
The combination of, the design of the golf ball, it's weight, the speed at which it was hit and the dimples which make it aerodynamic.
yes, the hotter the ball the softer it becomes it will then affect the COR (coefficient of restitution)
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
it protects the direction and width of how far the ball is going.