Tennis balls are hollow, golf balls are not.
Real golf balls are technologically designed for distance, spin and playability. They are also a lot more expensive. Mini golf balls are made cheaply from rubber.
none. two golf balls were hit by Alan Shepard, they are not on the moon any more.
I think it depends on the brand of the golf balls. For Titleist golf balls, it can be stored safely for 5 years and more.
Dimpled golf balls were found to go further and be more accurate than undimpled golf balls.
Ladies golf balls are distance golf balls, they have very little spin. They go slightly father, but not by that much.
It is $54 for the balls cause the green pigment is more pricey$$$$
There are so many Chinese that play ping pong that I think there may be more table tennis balls.
Personalized golf balls vary from company to company. The general price will depend on the amount you will order. You can purchase 2-3 dozen personalized golf balls for about $53.00. The prices get cheaper the more your order.
Because it takes more ping-pong balls to contribute any unit of mass than the number of golf balls required to contribute the same mass. This stems from the fact that one golf ball has more mass than one ping-pong ball.
There is no specific amount because better players will lose less balls and players on harder courses would lose more. The generally accepted number for a years supply of golf balls is 12 dozen or 144 golf balls.
I have found that there are many brands of golf balls, but some are more desirable than others. The top 3 brands used by pro golf players are Titleist, Nike and Callaway.