It is probably up to him/her! If it is a pro then it can probably do what it wants.
no, all golf balls come in the same sizes. The size of golf balls is regulated and must meet specific measurements for both size and weight.
You can change golf balls in a tournament. As long it is on different holes or the ball is unfit for play, (like if it hit the cart path and was scratched.) But if it was unfit for play you must tell your opponent.
What clubs are suggested to carry in a golf bag
For a golf ball to be a conforming golf ball, according to the R & A and USGA rules, it must weigh no more than 45.93 grams. To a certain extent, the heavier a ball is, the further it will go, so most golf balls are made to the legal limit.
The key to maintaining a clean putting edge on a golf course is daily maintenance. Damage must be repaired at the close of play every day or it will accumulate. Damaged turf should be replaced daily and litter removed at the same time.
Golf balls must weigh less than 45.93g and have a diameter greater than 42.67mm. A cricket ball has to weigh between 155.9g and 163g, and have a circumference between 22.4cm and 22.9. The cricket ball is bigger.
In golf, out of bounds balls must be replayed from the designated drop area (with a penalty, of course). So, no, you can't move an out of bounds stake to hit a shot.
The weight of a golf ball, according to the rules of golf, must not exceed 1.620 ounces or 45.93 grams.
The diameter of a golf ball must be no less than 1.680 inches. Under the rules of Golf.
to you too. The diameter of a golf ball must be at least 1.680 inches, and must not weigh more than 45.93 grams. To get the most from the ball, most manufacturers make their balls to these exact standards. There is a ball call 'The big putt' it is a putting aid and is about two and a half times the size of a real ball. This ball is illegal for competition use.