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Q: What club would you use to hit the ball the farthest?
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What does a driver golf club do?

A driver is usually used by players on tee shots on par 4s and par 5s, it is the lowest lofted and longest club in the bag and is used to hit the ball the farthest. An amateur can hit a driver between 200-270 and some of the pros average around 300+ yards.

Would a golf ball explode if hit with a hammer?

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?

Which element can you hit a golf ball with?

You can hit a golf ball with a golf club.

Could you play golf with a bowling ball?

No, that is just silly. A bowling ball would not fly at all, and could not be rolled on the greens, nor would it stay on a tee, or fit in the hole. If you hit a bowling ball with a graphite shafted club, the club would break, if you hit it with a steel shafted club, the club would break, and debris would fly up and possibly stick in your eye, blinding you. Your wrists would also snap like match sticks.

How do you hit golf ball?

You use a club.

Can you use the back of a club to hit the ball?


What do you call the stick you hit a golf ball with?


Is a wedge the longest golf club?

As in length of club, no. As in distance it is used to hit the ball, no.

Can you clean club off in hazard after you hit ball?


What club would you use to hit the ball over a small water hazard at a distance of about 70 yards?

sand wedge

Does it hurt more to get hit by a driver or a putter?

If you mean just the club, then the putter would hurt more as it is solid, a driver is hollow. But if you meant which would hurt more if a ball was hit with these clubs and it hit you which would hurt more it would be the driver, the ball speed off a driver can easily reach 120mph.

Why do you double hit a golf ball?

Most likely because you deceled the club speed before you hit it, so when you hit the ball it doesn't have enough momentum to avoid hitting your club again.