the question dose not make sense? if it is afternoon, I would think it was because the air is hot (thinner) less drag on the ball. But when you say humid it would seem to me that more drag would be placed on the ball due to thicker air( more molecules in the air.) Though this is only my thought on the subject not gospel.
The above answer is just a thought, but is wrong. However, it is a common perception.
The warmer the air and the higher the humidity, the further the ball will travel assuming constant club head speed and altitude. Humid air is lighter and less dense than dry air. That is why clouds made up of moister (colloidal dispersion of water droplets in air) float on top of the air. For a complete scientific explanation one would have to be familiar with Charles's law regarding temperature and Avogadro's law and Avogadro's constant regarding gas density. Basically, the relative density of gases is directly related to the atomic weight of their molecules. Water, H2Ohas an atomic weight of 18 (2 for H and 16 for O). Air is mostly nitrogen (N) with oxygen (O) accounting for 20% of its volume. The atomic weight for dry air is about 29 (N2 @ 2x14=28 and O2 @ 2x16=32). So, when water as a gas is added to the air with an atomic weight of 18 it lowers the atomic weight of air.
Yes, it will also fly straighter and more consistently.
Yes it would
A spiral travels farther because it doesn't have an unbalanced weight.
It travels further with more air pressure.
the hard ball gose further because its harder than the soft ball so it pushes all the wind out of the way wich mackes it easier to travel.
The rifled musket and Minié ball.
It is a type of plastic ball. A "Whiffleball" has circular holes all over the circumference of the ball. Whereas a "Wiffleball" has eight holes placed equally on one side of the ball, allwing it to travel much further then a "Whiffleball".
A ball that is pitched has a greater velocity and a greater momentum so when the bat hits the ball and transfers energy to the ball, the greater the original momentum the more force that the ball will travel with causing it to go farther.
a ball can go further than grass and dirt
If was very early in the development of the game of golf that if was discovered that golf ball travel further when they are warm. So in answer to your question no not really.
Depends upon how much force is given when hit, kicked or thrown. The table tennis ball however has no mass to it at all, so it would travel the least distance no matter how much force was given at point of launch. A Golf ball can travel some 350 yards with the right angle and pro golfer.
rig the ball or club.