You have to take a two stroke penalty and hit from the same spot from your previous shot.
You are only allowed to change your golf ball before you have commenced on a given hole, the exception being if you lose a golf ball. You should clearly state to all playing partners that you have changed your ball and what brand and number it is.
Probably, but which golfer is going to lose that many golf balls, like they earn a gazillion dollars just for showing up at the course. They are probably aloud to its friendly.
the runner can steel forward
you dont lose its only if you sink the white after hitting the black ball
Once you have taken the penalty and hit the new ball, you may not hit the old ball again. Play on with the penalty and the new ball.
Golf clubs, golf balls, and a tee. To Play A Round Of Golf, You Need Clubs (Up To 14), A Good Supply Of Balls Incase You Lose A Few, Tees, A Golf Club Bag, A Glove (Optional), A Green Tool And A Ball Marker, And A Pencil.
No, the ball you start the hole with is the hole you finish the hole with - unless of course you lose it.
Since golf balls and cement are both very dense, it is harder for the ball to lose it's energy after bouncing since there is nothing to absorb the energy.
Ernie Els said there is only one birdie in a golf ball. On the pro tours a ball would only last around 6 holes, because the cover is so soft (Titlesit Pro V 1, Callaway HX, Taylormade TP) and the grooves are so sharp. An amateur could basically use a golf ball until they lose it. A golf ball if hit continously, depending on what type it is could last around 20 rounds before it would become dead.
It is important that golfers wear golf shoes because of gripping. Since golfers swing a club to hit a ball, they need to make sure they are placed firmly. If they weren't, they would likely lose their balance and fall.
Nothing. That just means it is more likely for the player to lose the ball.
Yes if you make in the last ball and then scratch, you lose and the game is over.
In pool, you lose the rack. In snooker, it's a foul and seven points to your opponent.
The number of palls pocketed, or not, has no effect on the outcome at the end of the game.
I assume that you're talking about a captive ball ring. The ball is probably just too loose. Just tighten the ring around the ball by squeezing the ring with pliers. Unless of course you have ring closers. Those are easier to use but pliers do in a pinch. If you don't tighten it, the worst that could happen is that the ball falls out and you lose it. If that happens, you could put a piece of eraser or clay in place of the ball for temporary use.
yes you are aloud but normally when you walk off the golf course you are not aloud just to walk back on a any hole so you will have to start the whole 18 or 9 again
It is considered a scratch and if you scratch with no balls left to pocket other than the eight (black) ball then you do in fact lose because a scratch on the eight ball does result in a loss.
Golf balls never become stale or lose performance as long as they are kept in a dry, temperate environment.
if he is not held down he can get back up and run on, if not his teammates need to bridge over him or ruck the tacklers off him to secure the ball for another play.
Once the ball starts to lose its momentum in the air it will start to fall but keep going farther and then hit the ground and probably go a little farther then too.
Unfortunately, all basketballs lose their grip after a while. When this happens, there is no way to "re-grip" or regain the grip of the ball. The only other option is to buy a new ball.