No the Golf ball was designed to be hit hard. Why would a hammer produce a result different than being hit by a golf club?
100oF? No, never.
That would be a golf ball.
No, the warmer golf ball would bounce higher.
its a golf ball
You would have two halfs of a golf ball. Golf balls used to be made with a wound core which meant hundreds of elastic bands were wrapped around the core. This is no more, there are simply 2-3 layers of elastic compounds.This is something you should never do because cuting a golf ball in half could infact make the planet explode.
A golf ball would bounce higher than a basket ball.
Probably a golf ball, it is a lot denser. If you dropped a golf ball on a concrete floor it would bounce, if you drop a brick it will break.
Those who enjoy playing golf or enjoy watching golf would enjoy golf ball gifts. Men would probably enjoy golf balls as a gift more than a woman would.
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 golf ball would bounce far higher than a baseball. This is because a golf ball has been specifically designed to harness the energy it receives and get the most from it. Imagine how far a golf ball would go if you hit it with a baseball bat- pretty far, and how far a baseball would go if you hit it with a golf club-virtually no where.
yes but if you want your horse to not die and choke on a golf ball i would say no