Hello, I play bowls on outdoor grass greens. I studied physics in school, and I've been wondering how physics works on the bowls in different areas of the green. So for those who aren't familiar, you have a jack and a bowls. Jack is smaller and lighter, bowls larger and heavier. The bowling green is a crowned green, so has many slopes. First, is sent with the same force on the flat which will travel further? I assume the jack, as it will have greater speed, the bowls will roll further though maybe? Second, which will roll further up hill? I'm sure uphill the bowl will fall short of the jack, as it would need more energy to get up the hill? Third, downhill which goes further? I assume the bowl, due to its potential energy? How does friction impact the jack and bowl? Hoes does their size/weight impact them in these scenarios?