According to the United States Golf Association, the official weight of a golf ball should not exceed 1.620 ounces, or 45.93 grams. The ball's diameter should not be less than 1.680 inches, or 42.67 millimeters.
A:According to the United States Golf Association, the official weight of a golf ball should not exceed 1.620 ounces, or 45.93 grams. The ball's diameter should not be less than 1.680 inches, or 42.67 millimeters.
A:The four majors in men's golf in the order in which they are played each year are the Master's, the U.S. Open, the British Open (or the Open Championship) and the PGA Championship. Winning all four of these tournaments in a single year constitutes winning the Grand Slam of Golf.
A:A proper golf stance is the setup a golfer takes over the golf ball before the swing to ensure proper alignment and positioning. The alignment of the golfer's body should be parallel to the target line with his weight balanced on the balls of his feet.
A:As of 2014, golf great Tiger Woods has an estimated net worth of $500 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth. He is the second wealthiest African American, behind Oprah Winfrey, and is one of the highest-paid athletes in the world.
A:While every golf ball manufacturer claims to have the best ball for distance, none are guaranteed to travel farther than others. With different compressions, it is possible that some may travel greater distances at certain temperatures and humidity levels, though swing technique is most important for maximum distance.
A:A clean golf club grip ensures the proper feel in a golfer's hands and keeps a club looking good. Multiple cleaning techniques exist, but some are simpler and less time-consuming, according to About.com.
A:ESPN.com and LPGA.com provide access tour results and other information for official games. LPGA.com is the more comprehensive of the two sites and shows world rankings of the players before each tournament as well as a variety of live, in-tournament results.
A:Hank Haney golf schools headquartered in Lewisville, Texas provide private practical and technical instruction for golf students. Students may choose to take classes at the Texas location or the other branch of the school located in LaQuinta, California.
A:A searchable database of members' handicaps is available on the U.S. Golf Association's website. Users can search by the player's username or name and state or province. USGA bases its handicaps on scores reported through the MyScorecard feature.
A:Typical benefits include reduced or free greens fees, priority tee times, access to club amenities and reduced or free entry to tournaments. However, the benefits a golfer receives by becoming a paying member of a golf club, course or organization vary.
A:The Champions Tour Money list identifies the top 100 money earners among the golfers on the Champions Tour. The list also tracks the number of events that the golfers have competed and the number of victories that they have achieved.
A:The SkyGolf SkyCaddie is a series of GPS devices that serve as gold rangefinders. The SkyCaddie is available in six different models that are preloaded with thousands of maps to give accurate distance information for both beginner and expert golfers.
A:To clean golf clubs, soak the heads in soapy water, clean the grooves with a toothbrush, rinse the clubs with a hose, and dry them with a towel. This 30-minute process requires a bucket, water, liquid soap, an old toothbrush, a hose and a towel.
A:Many companies manufacture golf balls for players with slower swing speeds such as Callaway, Bridgestone and Titleist. The manufacturers claim that these golf balls optimize distance and feel for players with slower swing speeds.
A:While there are no official values attached to each club in the game of golf, sand wedges tend to bear a loft of about 55 degrees. As its name implies, such high-lofted clubs are designed for getting the ball out of sand bunkers.
A:Southern California Golf Association scores may be posted in-person at the course, online or through the Golf Handicap and Information Network mobile application. While members and nonmembers may post scores on-site, persons must be a member of a course that allows online reporting to post scores through the SCGA website.
A:Based on his scoring average, Tiger Woods' handicap is around +1.9. Since the PGA does not calculate specific player handicaps, this is an estimate using his average score and top range slope and course ratings. This means his handicap could be slightly higher or even lower.
A:The LPGA Money Leaders does not provide any services. The Ladies Professional Golf Association Money Leaders is a list of golfers on the tour that have made the most money from their earnings in tournaments. View a list of the current money leaders on LPGA.com.