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  • Anyone who's ever sliced into a sand trap knows golf is not an exact science, but what goes into the modern golf ball is now back in the old days.

  • The ancestors of today's titlists and tailor mades were simply compressed goose feathers wrapped in leather.

  • But then 19th century manufacturers switched to go to purchase a K.

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  • Trans Polly Supreme, a polymer of natural rubber leading to cheaper, more durable balls known as coyotes.

  • Early golfers also discovered that dimpled balls had less drag than smooth ones, Thus increasing their lift and accuracy.

  • So today you'll find up to 482 indentations on average ball surface, a sleek, aerodynamic shell of polyurethane elastomers combining flexibility with a tremendous resistance to abrasion and that created casing is wrapped around a masters tournament of ingredients like zinc oxide used as a filler and polybutadiene, a polymer that's basically rubber with memory, allowing the material to revert to its original shape in 1/1000 of a second, say after getting whacked by a club.

  • Then when you go looking for your ball, it may be easier to find, thanks to master batch rat, a polymer used for coloring just one more way.

  • Modern technology services ancient sport to A D four, feeling wired yet subscribe.

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