The small indentations are called dimples.
The indentations on golf balls are called dimples. These dimples act as turbulators, which increase the speed, and therefore the distance, which the ball travels, by reducing drag. People began to notice this when they began to realise that poorer people, who had nicks and bumps in their golf balls simply because they couldn't afford new ones, were better at golf than the rich people with brand new smooth balls, prompting aerodynamicists to try and find out why. Now all golf balls have these indentations, or 'dimples'.
The indentations on golf balls are called dimples. Most golf balls have more than 300 dimples. The number, shape, size and depth of the dimples affect.the flight of the ball. The number of dimples is generally printed on the box
They are called dimples and there is usually between 300 and 450 of them. On a Titleist Pro V 1 there are 392 dimples.
When it is not on the list of conforming golf balls as compiled by the R and A and USGA.
A wound golf ball has rubber band type material wrapped around a ball something like a small superball before the cover is put on. A 3-piece ball is made up of solid pieces . . . one small inner ball a larger piece covering the small ball and then the cover.
The smallest radio in the world is golf ball sized
A golf ball is a small ball (with a dimpled surface) that is used in the game of golf. It has a small centre of semi-liquid latex rubber, which is surrounded by a wrapping of a narrow elastic ribbon to bring the ball to the correct size (volume). There is an outer harder plastic skin to produce the finished golf ball.
The main feature of a golf ball is called the dimple.
a golf tee
a ping-pong ball,a golf ball,a paperclip and much more!
They are called dimples and there is between 300 and 400 on a golf ball.
If you mean the small peg you stand your ball on before you wack it down the fairway, it's called a tee.
It is between the size of a golf ball and a tennis ball.
There are differences in the material that golf balls are made from. They can also have different indentations and different hardness.
They are called dimples, and there is about 300- 400 dimples on a golf ball.
A golf club
A lake ball.
A golf peg is another term for a tee (the small wooden or plastic stand that the golf ball rests on)
As big as 500 kilometers across or as small as a golf ball (though they are usually referred to as "meteors" when really small. If they're dust they're called "micro-meteoroids".
They are called dimples.
They are called dimples.