The tradition is to warn other players by calling "Fore!"
You hear that term by announcers when a golfer makes a very good shot that winds up very close to the hole on the green. Fire means hit and pin means the flagstick. The golfer is trying to hit the ball as close to the flagstick as possible instead of playing the ball to one side or the other.
No, the golfer is liable
A hook in golf is a type of shot. When a right handed golfer doesn't hit the ball square and they pull the club in, the ball flies straight but then takes a giant curve to the left. For a left handed golfer, the curve would go right.
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.
Depending on conditions he could probably hit one from between 170-190. The key to a golfer like Tiger Woods is he has the ability to hit the ball longer or shorter and control his distances. This is something an amateur golfer would struggle to do.
Shane Watson is notoriously famous for his golfing habits. He is the best golfer in the universe and can hit a one sixty times two ball swing in half the time than any other golfer.
A golfer can carry 14 clubs in his bag. They consist of Woods, Irons, and a putter. The woods are used to tee off. (That means to hit the ball when it is up on a tee.) The irons are used to hit the ball when it is on the fair way or in the sand trap. The putter is used when the ball is on the green. It is used to putt the ball in the hole. The Woods are labeled 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, etc. The irons are labeled 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, etc. A golfer chooses which clubs to carry. Normally, a golfer will tee off with a one wood. That hits the ball the greatest distance. The lower the number, the greater the distance. However, the lower the number, the more likely, the player is likely to slice or hook the ball. (The terms slice and hook mean hit the ball to the left or right instead of hit it straight ahead.) A golfer will usually carry a one, three, and four wood. That leaves 10 clubs. (He also needs a putter.) A regular golfer might start with a 3 iron and go through 11 and a sand wedge. Only a few professional golfers use a 1 iron.
Depends on swing speed and ability of the golfer, could be anywhere from 200 to 270 yards.