The person that made the golf ball move, whether from a golf club or throwing it.
Move the sign.
Yes, you can move a stick out of your way as long as you don't move the 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.
A bowling ball has more mass and is pulled by gravity, creating more resistance than a golf ball.
No it is push
to play golfPeople uses a golf ball by ....the function of a golf ball is so people can ENJOY golf & can play golf !!:) This is the function of the golf ball ...in more details you could say in order to play golf you need a golf ball, so golf ball is an important item in GOLF !!:)
A Golf Ball
You cannot buy a smooth golf ball, it would not have a consistent flight. If you have plenty of time on your hands you could sand the dimples off a golf ball and see how unpredictable it is. Answer: That was the original golf ball, I don't think if it's still existing. Golf balls have dimples because it has a purpose and not jus a design. If you would know why, then I bet you will like the new one.
If the person who played the ball think he/she cannot play the ball where it lies then yes the person may take a one stroke penalty and move the ball.
a golf ball obviously...