any ball struck by another ball must be replaced as close to its original position as possible. Tricky when players are 150yds away!
Numbers on a golf ball are there to help players identify their golf ball. As many players play the same brand the number will let them know if the ball is theirs or not.
Usually a thin coin shaped object which is placed just behind the golf ball when you are on the green so you can remove your ball, and get out of another players way. Some have initials and some have pictures on them.
This is a very important term in golf. A player must yell this when they have shanked a shot or see that their is a group of players in front of them that may be in the directed path of the ball.
Fore, it they think it will hit someone.
Only if it was going to hit or come close to hitting another group of players.
This is because Titleist has agreements in place with PGATOUR.COM and The Golf channel that they will indicate which players use a Titleist ball.
the number on golf balls doesn't mean anything to the ball like the performance and stuff, but what it does is it helps players recognise there ball.
In the sport of golf, when another play shouts the word "fore" it is a warning for the other players to move out of the way. This means that the golf ball is coming and it might hit them or get in the way.
yell "FORE" as loud as you can!