'Regulation' has different meanings in Golf. Par is considered regulation. Hitting the fairway off the tee on a par 4 or 5 is considered a fairway in regulation (FIR) and hitting the green off the tee on a par 3, or hitting the green on a par 4 with your second shot, or hitting the green on a par 5 with your third shot is considered a green in regulation (GIR). The best way to think about regulation and par is that you should always get 2 puts to get par on a hole. Therefore if you are on the green in 2 on a par 4, you can put 2 times to make par and therefore were on the green in regulation.
Anywhere form 300-450 depending on your brand of ball.
Par is the regulation score for a hole in golf. A player would find the green in regulation, and have two putts, well that is the idea.
Bright colored golf balls (pink, orange, yellow) are the easiest to find on the course, but only white golf balls are regulation quality.
probobly the tennis ball because it is lighter
A hole of usually over 500 yards. Where you have (in regulation) 3 shots to hit the green and 2 putts.
There is no such thing. However, some players think 59 is the magic number, but others think 54 ( 18 under on a par 72 course ) would be a perfect round. I suppose, hitting the fairway in regulation, hitting the green in regulation and then one putting on every hole would be the perfect round of golf.
In the scale in which the sun is the size of a regulation golf ball, Earth is the size of one medium grain of sand, and the distance between them is about 458 centimeters.
Basically a pitch and a putt. If you miss the green you hit it onto the green- known as the up, then putt it in the hole- known as the down.
Generally golf carts are not street legal. In order to make them street legal, you need to update it to make it regulation. Also, you need a warning label that states you cannot go above a certain speed limit.