Family/Beginner Night Every 2nd & 4th Saturday. Free lessons on the range at 4:30. First tee time 5:00. Shortened course. Reduced rates. Relaxed pace of play. 1st person $10 Each additional $5 This is intended for beginners. Call Clubhouse for more details.
Fling Golf? Check out the video below and give us your thoughts. Send us any opinion good or bad. You can send them to us on our Facebook page or here in our Suggestion Box. This would not replace the traditional hole. It would be used as an alternative or just a tournament.
The Effect of Golf Ball Temperature on Golf Ball Performance
The temperature of the golf ball and the air temperature on the day you're playing directly affect how your ball will perform during a round. Generally, temperature affects a ball's resiliency, the spin and the density of the air through which the ball travels. Each contributes to how a ball performs. Knowing this can help your scores.
Ball TemperatureGenerally, a warmer golf ball travels farther. The rubber materials used to make golf balls respond better if they are more resilient. Warmth enhances resiliency. A warmer ball will come off the clubface with more velocity and spin than a colder ball, encouraging loft. The ball's temperature also has an effect on bounce. Heat gives the ball more elasticity, creating a ball that bounces more and travels longer.
Air TemperatureColder days mean the air density is greater. If the air is "thick," the ball requires more velocity to produce a longer shot. Conversely, if the air temperature is warm, there is less density, and the ball has the chance to perform better and travel farther. It's not unlike the human body. Muscles are more flexible and responsive when the temperature is warm than when it's cold. We are able to move more efficiently. The same goes for a golf ball.