No, most likely it would go pretty much the same distance unless it has some damage. You probably wouldn't be able to notice much of a difference unless you are a very consistent striker of the Golf ball.
However, if you were using a real old school gutta-percha type ball then it would go farther after use. This is because the ball did not have dimples and after use it developed nicks and scratches that served as dimples. The reason dimples allow a golf ball to fly farther is a whole other topic however.
Aluminum bats hit the ball farther. Every study that has been done on this issue has concluded that aluminum bats out perform wooden bats. The ball leaves the bat at a higher speed and travels farther.
It doesn't go any farther or shorter when left in the sun.
Of Plymouth Plantation it would have been different if they settled farther south by not putting them through the incredibly hard winters they had.
Only wooden (or corked or jucied bats (bats that have been altered to hit the ball farther))
The conclusion that would have been reached is that an outside forced stopped the acceleration of the ball. This would have been the force of gravity.
Stick an inflating needle which hasn't been attached to a pump into the ball where you would normally stick it to inflate the ball.
The longest available brand of cheese balls or puffs are CheeWees which were first sold in 1936 and are still made and sold today by Elmer's Fine Foods..
It would last as long as the golf ball. It would only wear away with play.
No. That is inhumane and against halacha. They might have bought branded slaves, but it would have been assur for them to brand them.
With parts of course, BUT it would have been very helpful if one would have given a brand name and model as I really do not think one can put a GMC motor in a Ford as some parts may have to be forced into place HUH?
When someone has been ball gagged it means that someone has been silenced. A ball gag is an object that is placed in someone's mouth to get them to stop speaking or making noise.
Double walled baseball bats consist of two thin walls within the barrel that are close to each other. These walls act as 'springs' when the ball contacts the barrel. The batted ball is supposed to travel farther and faster. These bats allow for a batter to hit the ball farther, but they are very expensive and have been known to dent after moderate usage. Click on the 'Baseball Bats' link on this page to learn more.