it depends on your swing speed if you have a slower swing you want a softer ball like a ladies ball. if you have a faster swing you want a harder ball like a mens ball, my preference is the pro v1x.
There is not one singular "best shot" as it is all down to your swing type but there is one shot that will go the farthest and its called a strike its where you hit the golf club perfectly out of the centre of the club and the speed of the swing isn't that important if you have a slower swing you are more likely to Strike the ball.
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.
Any ball you want really. A spin ball would be ideal, because you have a fast swing speed you will get distance anyway and not need a distance ball. A Pro V 1 or Taylormade TP would be a good ball for you.
The speed of a persons golf swing can be determined by clipping a swing speed clip to the club. These devices can be found in sporting goods stores.
A golf swing that is too fast for you to keep balance.
To address a ball in golf means to approach the ball, ready to swing.
It depends on your swing and your equipment as to which ball is longest for you.
It is imposible for me to tell you how stiff a shaft you should use because I don't know your swing speed. Golfers who swing the club at a faster speed in the downswing (faster swing peed) will require a stiffer, and possibly heavier shaft, whereas a golfer with a slower swing speed may need a more flexible and possibly lighter shaft. Depending on how serious you are about golf, you may want to get a club fitting. If you do this a golf professional will help you find the
The F shaft is popular with Cobra drivers. It is part of a set of 3 shafts, the X, F and M. The X (extreme ball speed), F (fast ball speed) and M (medium ball speed) shafts are designed to tailor your club to your swing, based on your ball speed and swing speed. The F shaft in particular is the middle ground of these three shafts.
Yes. You will get the ball to squish into the face better if you have a slower clubhead speed than a power hitter.
A terrible player, with a horrendous swing and a rubbish striker of the golf ball.
If you intend to hit the golf ball then yes, but if a obscure movement is made to avoid the golf ball for an apparent reason then it would not count as a stroke.
From a rules and scoring perspective, each time you swing at the golf ball it's called a "stroke". Every stroke counts (no matter how far or IF the ball moves) for your total score.
A low handicap or professional lady golfer will use the same ball as men do. But for amateur ladies who are just starting the game or have a slow swing speed there is a tremendous difference between golf balls. A ladies golf ball will be harder, usually a two piece distance ball, with a firm outer layer. It is built in such a way, as ladies tend to have slower swing speeds so they need a ball that gets up in the air and maximises distance. Men don't usually have this problem so they would use a ball geared towards more spin, to help them stop the ball on the green.
Golf balls are not talked of in terms of being forgiving. If you are a higher handicap player you would probably want a distance ball, but if you have a high swing speed you should get a spin ball. Try a few and see what works for.
Depends on swing speed and how good the player is, it could be about 180-220 yards depending on player.
Wooden golf ball? Not a lot i'd imagine.
yes the golf score depends on the number of swings you take at the golf ball. A practice swing doesn't count. I would say a putt is somewhat considered a swing.
you make a triangle shape swing the club back and keep your i on the ball
The golf world's thermometer for measuring golf swing speed is the Trackman swing monitor. There are many other machine's that vary greatly in the numbers that they provide. ON THE TRACKMAN the fastest swingers on earth swing between 142-147mph.
The swing is about timing and tempo. As we each have our own inner clock, the swing speed will depend on the individual making it. It is important to maintain good balance when making the swing, as well as acceleration thru the ball. Your speed at contact should be somewhere between 75 and 85% at contact , leaving you 15 to 25% of acceleration after contact.
Yes, graphite shafts are more flexible than steel ones and require a slower swing speed to get the ball airborne. They are aimed at all players in drivers, woods and hybrids, but only at seniors, women and juniors in irons.
no the rules expect you to fly to the ball and hover when you swing