I had played the game for years before I first thought about why golf balls are numbered. Many other golfers have never given this much thought either and I don’t know about you.
Golf can be a confusing game.
There are so many different sets of rules and so many variations that it's easy for someone to get confused about what's going on.
Confusion leads to frustration, and frustration leads to poor performance.
When you're playing, you want to make sure that you're playing the best you can, and playing the best means being in control of your thoughts as well as your emotions.
Fret no longer!
You will soon know why golf balls have numbers on them.
So, why do golf balls have numbers on them…
Golf balls have numbers written on them in order to identify them.
Golf balls are numbered because it helps golfers identify which ball is theirs throughout the round. For example, if I've hit my ball off into some trees, it becomes a little less obvious which one is mine without the number on.
You can also write something on your golf balls or customize them with a personal print in order to be able to identify your ball during the game.
It is essential for golfers to mark their golf balls with a personal identifier in order to avoid any confusion when playing.
You have to be able to identify your ball should a tricky situation arise in order to play by the rules of golf.
But you knew this already, didn’t you?
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