Depends how you hit it
The face of the club.
In the sport of golf, a player hits the ball with a golf club.
assuming you meant to say "0.1 kg golf ball": 60 m/s Too easy
if the golf ball is hit into the air, the forces on the golf ball are pushing (when the golf ball is hit) and air resistance (when it is flying through the air). when the ball hits the ground and starts to roll, the only force acting on it is friction.
A chunk, or people may say you caught it fat, or if it bounces off the ground then the club hits the ball it is known as a drop kick.
no the grounds keepers of a football oval did they found a tennis ball and hit them to see who could hit the furthest then it slowly evolved from a broom to a meta club and the tennis ball became a golf ball then the aim of the game became to hit the ball with the least amount of hits to get it into a hole in the ground.
It's a golf club and there are many different kinds for different hits.
Both do. A golf ball can bounce quite a ways if struck hard and hits a hard object , like a tree.
You mean which club hits the ball the highest? A lob wedge would hit the ball the highest, the face angle on a lob wedge when square can be up to 64 degrees, and can easily be opened to effectively 90 degrees.
The energy of the moving club slows, because some energy must be transferred to the ball. (the second law of thermodynamics will show this). It even slows as it travels through the air, because of entropy, and energy being released into the air in the form of small amounts of heat.
The Golf ball, initially at rest, has no initial momentum. The velocity the moment before the club strikes the ball and the clubs mass multiply to get the initial momentum. The ball then gains much momentum in the direction of the clubs initial momentum. Since there golfers arm is remaining attached to the shoulder the clubs acceleration is directed towards his shoulder and the momentum is directed in a circular direction.