A professional golfer would drive the ball around 270-330 yards off the tee consistently.
It is a soft compression golf ball which means that it will help a golfer with slower swinging speeds add distance.
John Ball - golfer - was born on 1861-12-24.
No because they could drop one down with any one knowing
A golfer could play out of turn, hit another person's ball , cheat , fail to yell FORE to warn others on the course of an oncoming drive shot.
You did not give the speed of the club head. You did not give the weight of the club head. You did not tell if the golfer was hitting an English Ball or an American Ball. You did not give the compression of the ball. You did not give the type of the material in the club head. You did not tell the type of shaft.
A low handicap or professional lady golfer will use the same ball as men do. But for amateur ladies who are just starting the game or have a slow swing speed there is a tremendous difference between golf balls. A ladies golf ball will be harder, usually a two piece distance ball, with a firm outer layer. It is built in such a way, as ladies tend to have slower swing speeds so they need a ball that gets up in the air and maximises distance. Men don't usually have this problem so they would use a ball geared towards more spin, to help them stop the ball on the green.
Call 'fore' if another Golfer is in danger.
search for a missing ball.
The energy leaves the club and enters the ball.
Prefixes distinguish among golfers, pro golfer, amateur golfer. But there aren't many synonyms for the term, golfer. Here are a few slangy, pejorative ones: Army golfer - one who hits the ball out of bounds to the left one time to the right the next; duffer - a mediocre or inexperienced player; hacker - synonym for duffer; lumberjack - a golfer who hits a ball into the woods several times during a round; mouth wedge - a golfer who tries to gain an edge by needling other players or excessively talking to affect their play; scratch - a golfer whose handicap is zero.