This question is impossible to answer ! How bigare the Golf-balls - how wide and how high is the trailer !
106 golf balls
That would be very difficult to determine. The experiment could never be set up and conducted, since there is no such thing as a "cubed square foot". If you meant to say cubic foot, then here is a way to determine it. You will need golf tees that will sink in water, plus a container holding 2 cubic feet, with a mark at the one cubic foot level. Fill the container with water to the one cubic foot level. Start dropping in the golf tees until the water level is at the top, or two cubic feet. Count how many golf tees you put into the container to get your answer.
If the 30 is also used to pay for a golf clinic, then there are 18 left over to buy balls which is equivalent to 6 buckets.
Dozen is a count and bushel is a volume. The two measurements cannot be reconciled without a conversion factor. There are fewer than one dozen bowling balls in a bushel but, a lot more than a dozen golf balls in a bushel.
106 golf balls
== == You can carry as many golf balls as you want.
356,000 million golf balls ;)
Approximately 5 golf balls could fit.
56 boxes which is a total of 504 golf balls. Hector will have 4 extra golf balls if he gives away 500 golf balls.
As many as you have in your golf bag.
There are many good examples of new models of golf balls available to buy. For example, one can easily find that Titleist golf balls and Nike golf balls have new models of golf balls for sale.
The Empire State Building is roughly 37 Million Cubic Feet in volume. A Golf Ball is around 1.5 Cubic Inches,so 8 golf balls would fit in one cubic foot. That means that 37,000,000 times 8 = 296 000 000 Golf Balls
varying on the amount of money the pack is and varying on the brand name of the golf ball can change the amount of how many golf balls are in a pack. They can range from 5 to a pack to 20 golf balls in a pack.
There isn't really a limit of the amount of golf balls you can have. But if you run out of balls, you can't turn in a score card, and you are disqualified.