I am not sure. But about 20cm all the way around.
all of these
A golf ball can be used in any weather. When it is cold you should use a distance ball, just to give you a bit more distance, but you sacrifice some control.
Because a golf ball is denser. When you cut a golf ball and a table tennis ball in half, the golf ball is solid all the way through. The table tennis ball has a cavity filled with mostly air inside.
its all inside the ball
Yes, all the time. Read: http://everythinggolf.blogs.heraldtribune.com/11108/death-by-golf-ball-not-all-that-uncommon/
No all new golf balls are covered with plastic if the ball is not cracked it should last until it does
There are a great many words that can be associated with golf. Golf, golf ball, clubs, golf course, and caddy are all words associated with golf.
assuming you meant to say "0.1 kg golf ball": 60 m/s Too easy
In essence yes because all of the particles have frozen and expanded making the ball brital Now when you hit the ball with a golf club the kinetic energy will be isolated a bit from the ball making it slower and have less rebound then a boiled golf ball.
Failing to hit the ball at all.
Yes, theoretically. The golf ball's rate of transferring energy (in this case elastic) is dependent on its COR (coefficient of restitution) - which is basically a rate of how rigid the shell is. In simple words, yes. The golf ball that bounces higher than other golf balls is bouncier than the other golf balls. If you hit a rubber ball with a golf club, the ball should travel farther than all the regular golf balls.