Dimples are placed on a golfball by a large machine called a Ball Stamper, made by American Industrial Equipment Corporation, which was first founded on February 22nd of 1842 by James Marshall Windham III. The first one could only place 2 of the 336 dimples on a ball in one second. It took almost 2 minutes to place all 336 dimples on one ball! The latest models can put all 336 dimples on the ball instantly, on up to 6000 balls at a time. That's over 2 million dimples at once!
there are 336 dimples on a golf ball.
336 dimples on a regulation golf ball
A golf ball with more dimples goes the furthest because the more dimples the straighteir the accurcy and line up is.
Dimples make the ball aerodynamic and allows it to fly with stability. Without dimples the flight of the ball would be very unpredictable.
They are called dimples, and there is about 300- 400 dimples on a golf ball.
It would be a golf ball. No, a baseball does not have dimples
A golf ball
there are 538 average dimples on a golf ball
The dimples on a golf ball are designed to make the ball aerodynamic and fly as smoothly through the air as it can. The reason there are so many dimples as it is as many as they can fit on the golf ball to give it the best flight.