How do you heat up a golf ball?



How do you heat up a golf ball?

Push it down into the water with a spatula or spoon. Put the golf balls in the hot water on top of the towel. The towel keeps the balls from touching the hot metal on the bottom of the pan. Increase the heat until the water reaches 120 F and remains there.

How do you boil golf balls without them sticking?

Put a folded towel on the bottom of the pot. Push it down into the water with a spatula or spoon. Put the golf balls in the hot water on top of the towel. The towel keeps the balls from touching the hot metal on the bottom of the pan.

How do you clean golf balls with hot water?

Put the golf balls in the hot water on top of the towel. The towel keeps the balls from touching the hot metal on the bottom of the pan. Increase the heat until the water reaches 120 F and remains there. Leave the balls in the water for 30 minutes. Remove the balls from the water.

Can you carry heated golf balls with you when playing?

Carrying heated golf balls with you during play falls into that category of "unusual manner." Place a pot of water on the stove. The pot should be big enough to accommodate all the balls you want to heat plus at least 2 quarts of water. Heat the water until it reaches 120 degrees Fahrenheit. That’s not scalding hot.