a new one should
No, most likely it would go pretty much the same distance unless it has some damage. You probably wouldn't be able to notice much of a difference unless you are a very consistent striker of the golf ball.However, if you were using a real old school gutta-percha type ball then it would go farther after use. This is because the ball did not have dimples and after use it developed nicks and scratches that served as dimples. The reason dimples allow a golf ball to fly farther is a whole other topic however.http://www.howstuffworks.com/question37.htm
Yes, since it's first invention the golf ball has always been man made, the modern golf ball represents many years of development and new technology all of which are the result of man wanting to produce a better 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.
it doesn't matter. a band new soccer ball is as good as an old soccer ball. depending on how much air is in your soccer ball, you'll know how far it will go.
Once you have taken the penalty and hit the new ball, you may not hit the old ball again. Play on with the penalty and the new ball.
until u needs a new one
where the ball is at the end of the previous play. if they ran to the right the ball goes on the right hash, if they run to the left then it goes on the left hash and if the run in the middle it goes in the middle.
There are at least 3 parts to a golf ball. The core, the wind, and the outer cover. However, some of the new hi-tech balls may have more parts due to how they were designed.
I find that the best way to choose a new golf ball is to try out some different ones and know what you can do with each one. Then before you play in a competition, know what you will have to do and use the correct ball for the bob :)
Yes, new golfers have evolved greatly over the past couple of years. They are a lot softer, they go farther and they have a lot more spin.
Yes, the texture of the ball's surface affects the way it flies hence affecting the ball's momentum through the air. The most common application of this is in golf, where some very highly trained physicists are hard at work creating new and innovative shapes for the dimples in a golf ball.
hands down,coming from a serious golfer who used to play alot of balls it is the new titleist velosity ball