People get hit by Golf ball because they don't pay attention to their surroundings on the golf course. And the person that hit them didn't yell "FORE!" (:
Golf balls are heavier when frozen.
golf balls are made of rubber and cork.:D
golf started in Ireland. the balls were rocks and the clubs were sticks
Wooden golf balls were used until the early 17th century. In the 1800's golf balls were made of feathers and a leather casing. The feathers would fill a top hat and the casing was sewn together in a pattern much like an American baseball.
yes. it is possible to hit the tee with out moving the golf ball it just depends on how you hit it
I don't have any statistics, but more people get hit by golf balls. Most people have the sense to get off the course or not go on it if there is a threat of lightening. Being hit by a golf ball is one of the most dangerous things that will happen on a golf course, so if you hear 'fore' duck.
Were you recently hit by a golf ball?
None. Alan Shepard was the astronaut who hit golf balls on a later mission.
Little white balls
none. two golf balls were hit by Alan Shepard, they are not on the moon any more.
he hit none!
Not on their own, but when you hit them far, they "fly."
Alan Shepard hit the golf balls on the moon, with golf club. it went 200 or 300 yards.