From a rules and scoring perspective, each time you swing at the golf ball it's called a "stroke". Every stroke counts (no matter how far or IF the ball moves) for your total score.
The swing of a pendulum is called an oscillation. The furthest point in each oscillation is the amplitude.
A pendulum will lose a little energy with each swing due to the work done in overcoming air resistance.
Probably the movement on a swing can be approximated by assuming that the magnitude of each swing will be a certain percentage of the previous swing (because of lost energy).
The maximum potential energy is at the top of each swing and is at its minimum at the bottom of the swing when it is perpendicular to a horizontal surface. The maximum kinetic energy is at the bottom of the swing, and is at its minimum at the top of each swing. Please refer to the related link below for an illustration.
Each round lasts three minutes.
You need 24" for each person which = 4 each side and one at each end=10 total.
"Look for a seat that you push with your feet," is a riddle with swing as the answer. Another possibility is, "You might reach a new height, with each pass I delight."
Each Emmantaler round is approximately 1kg in weight.
At the end of each swing the pendulum is motionless = no kinetic energy, all potential,) At the center of each swing its all kinetic energy & no potential.
Allows each objective to be swing into position. ---Co0leTs24