Have you seen a Golf swing? The idea is to hit the ball with the swing, that is the only way to play the game.
If your golf ball stops on a man made object, then you can hit the ball one club length from the object as long as it is not closer to the hole than the original stopping position.
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.
The compression of a golf ball is basically a rating of how hard or soft it is. The lower the compression the softer the ball is.
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.
golf balls are stupid
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The numbers on golf clubs indicate the angle of the club face, and what kind of loft you would get. For example, a 3 iron will hit a ball longer with a flatter trajectory than a 9 iron, which will hit the ball a shorter distance with a high arching trajectory.
It probably means your not making contact with the ball at ALL and your just not swinging on the top of the ball. (witch is where you should hit the ball)
There is no meaning in the amount of dimples a golf ball has; this number is just determined by the size of each dimple and how they have been placed on the ball.
It depends what you mean by a big balloon, otherwise I would definitely go for a golf ball.
That is just the name of the ball, the NXT ball is one of Titleist products.
a "Swat" or "SWAT" in golf is another word for a "scramble" or "best ball" tournament.
This stands for Pitching wedge, a club with around 46-48 degrees of loft.
To ground your club means to put it down in a bunker before or after your shot.
The letters TCP in golf stand for tournament players club. TCP is a network of golf courses operated by the PGA tour.
P generally means Pitching Wedge
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