Balance: The amount of money in an account, equal to the net of credits and debits at that point in time for that account is a balance.
Balance (As Applied To A Ball): The weight of a bowling ball is not always evenly distributed in the sphere. ABC rules allow a ball to vary 3 ounces from the drilled top half to bottom half of a ball, and one ounce from th . . . View Full Definition
Face Balanced: A method of weighting a putter so that when the shaft is balanced on the finger the face points generally upward
Balance (As Applied To A Player): A player is in balance if, at the point of release, they are able to complete their follow through without falling off to one side; generally means that the release and slide are simultaneous.
Balanced Equation: A description of a chemical reaction that gives the chemical formulas of the reactants and the products of the reaction, with coefficients introduced so that the number of each type of atom . . . View Full Definition
Dynamic Imbalance: The planned apparent imbalance in balls due to high tech cores and drilling techniques. Many people claim that this has created balls that hook out of the box with a lessening requirement to . . . View Full Definition
Account Balance: Your account balance is the amount of money you have in one of your financial accounts. For example, your bank account balance refers to the amount of money in your bank accounts. Your accou . . . View Full Definition
Buyers-Sellers On Balance: Used for listed equity securities. Indicates that at a given time (usually before the opening of a stock-market or at expiration time), there are more buyers-sellers in the marketplace, usua . . . View Full Definition
Balanced: This is a difficult term. When tasting coffees for defects, professional tasters use the term to describe a coffee that does not localize at any one point on the palate: in other words, it i . . . View Full Definition
Balance Hole: As a general rule, if you take a bowling ball and place the label in front of you and then exactly dissect the ball into two equal halfs, a right and left side, the gross weight of each half . . . View Full Definition