Well, in my point of view Golf driving depends upon the force behind the entire body not just from the palm. Then you can check how good your swing will be. I am taking online tips from TheGolfersWebsite and improvising things in my shots.
Well yes, that is theft.
There are hundreds and hundreds of types of golf balls. There are many manufacturers each with numerous types for various skill levels and price ranges. There are distance balls, spin balls and ladies balls etc.
Yes, they do sell floating golf balls. If you want to buy for your own, you can buy it from eBay online store. It ranges from $2.00-$5.00 depending on the color , the kind you want to have.
It varies depending on the golf course at Little Crow Golf Club it costs $3.75. *MMN*
Practice and hit balls at the driving range.
Some golf balls are designed to float. Some golf courses offer practice ranges where golfers hit from the practice tee (ith floating balls) into a lake or pond. Instead of a golf cart retrieving the range balls off the ground, either a boat collects the floating balls or the artificial pond is design in such a way that the current moves the balls to a collection area.
The best golf balls for driving are distance balls, they fly a lot further, but there is a draw back for better players, they are not as good for feel or spin, that is why most players play something like a Pro V 1, they are quite long and great for feel and spin.
The best ball for putting is one that is perfectly balanced, so it'll stay on line. But golf balls aren't really advertised in this way. And no golf ball is marketed as a ball for putting. Most golf balls are very good for putting, but the premium ball ranges will be softer.