it really depends on the weather conditions. you have to take both wind,rain and hardness of the ground into consideration
how far a ball travels depends on how much the ball reacts off the face of the club, its called the trampoline effect. The harder you swing, the more the ball is compressed at impact and that translates into how fast it leaves the clubface or springs off the clubface. If you can't compress the ball it won't spring off the face so it won't go anywhere. That being said if its winter the ball is really hard and you can't compress it. A ball will travel the farthest on a warm sunny day. I am a PGA TOUR caddy so I really need to know this so I can club my player. If we play in the morning and its cool, we need to take a 1/2 club to sometimes a full club more.
A golf ball can be hit farther by using more strength. A golf ball can also be hit harder by using the right club and hitting the ball with the wind.
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a golf ball is heavier
A warmer golf ball goes further, you cannot warm it up though because that is not allowed under the rules of golf.
Yes I can
makes the ball go farther, due to aerodynamics makes the ball go farther, due to aerodynamics
The easiest thing is to hit the ball out of the centre of the club.
a golf ball, which can be hit over a distance of more than 300 meters.
It does if your swing is correct.
A golf ball is heavier and has better aerodynamic qualities, therefore it could be thrown further than a tennis ball, which is too light.
Yes, a warm golf ball will travel farther than one that is cold. Just like any sports ball, when it is warmer it can compress much more when struck, allowing it to travel farther. Just the other day I went and played golf in 40 degree weather and my ball flight went nowhere.
Yes, theoretically. The golf ball's rate of transferring energy (in this case elastic) is dependent on its COR (coefficient of restitution) - which is basically a rate of how rigid the shell is. In simple words, yes. The golf ball that bounces higher than other golf balls is bouncier than the other golf balls. If you hit a rubber ball with a golf club, the ball should travel farther than all the regular golf balls.
A precept is harder than a TaylorMade. But is also depends on if you have TaylorMade Black or Red. Overall, TaylorMade balls will go farther and spin more.
No, a warmer ball will travel farther than a colder one. When the core of the ball is warmer it will be more energetic. Also if the air is colder that means it is denser and will mean there is going to be more drag on the ball, so it will not travel as far.
A simple tip for that is move the ball further ball in your stance. If its when you hit your golf ball off a tee, another simple tip is just lower your tee farther into the ground.
I would suggest a firmer golf ball. They tend to bounce further on frozen ground. Softer golf balls give less of an advantage than in the summer because they do not compress as much when in contact with the club during cold weather.
Placing the ball at the back of your stance will effectively make the ball fly lower and farther. By placing the ball at the back of your stance you are decreasing the loft of the club. If you want to hit a high shot move the ball forward but remember it will not go as far.
The person might expect the golf ball to be able to be thrown much farther with the same strength as another object of the same weight and size.
no, that would depend on the weight of the ball
Yes, warmer golf balls fly farther, and they fly shorter when colder. You are not allowed to deliberately change the temperature of a golf ball as this is against the rules.
You would design an experiment to test the balls.
Of course. Does a baseball go farther in Denver than in Boston. You betcha!
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Golf balls have grooves so that when they are hit into the air they travel farther than smooth balls. The air runs into the grooves and out the curve.