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.
A golf ball has dimples which makes it aerodynamic, so it can fly and fly straight. There are no golf balls which have no dimples that are produced for full shots.
The combination of, the design of the golf ball, it's weight, the speed at which it was hit and the dimples which make it aerodynamic.
They are known as dimples, they make the ball aerodynamic so it can fly. While the make the ball aerodynamic they also give it a stylish design.
They are the same thing, in the UK we do not have different types of Golf ball from US ones. There is no difference. The smaller British golf ball was banned from being used in the British Open in 1974, so it was gradually phased out as it was illegal in all of the majors after that. It was 1.62 inches in diameter as opposed to the USGA standard of 1.68 inches.
If all the earth's material were re-shaped so the earth looked like a golf ball, it would weigh the same as it does now. And that's about 5.9736×1024 kg.
to play golfPeople uses a golf ball by ....the function of a golf ball is so people can ENJOY golf & can play golf !!:) This is the function of the golf ball ...in more details you could say in order to play golf you need a golf ball, so golf ball is an important item in GOLF !!:)
A golf ball is white so it can easily be seen when it is rolling along the grass, it is believe it or not very easy to follow as it flies. It has dimples, there give the ball aerodynamic qualities and allows it to fly. The outer layer is very soft, this is for feel. The core is a very energy responsive and energy responsive core, this allows the ball to be hit long distances. The golf ball has developed over many centuries and it is the best thing to play with other wise something else would have been used.
Well the golf ball can sometimes feel like it came from out space considering the odd things it does...at least when i sometimes play. But the first golf balls in the game of golf as we know it were first fashioned from wood as were the clubs in Scotland as far back as the 1500's. This progressed to a featherie type ball around 1618 made of goose feathers tightly packed into a sphere from a horse or cow hide when wet...so when this dried the ball became hard. Over the years the ball progressed.... >1848 - Guttie or Gutta percha ball: Made from rubber like sap of the gutter tree found in the tropics >1898 - Coburn Haskell ball: One piece ball with a rubber core >1905 - The dimples were applied to the golf ball: The hasken ball had dimples applied to them by William Taylor >1972 - The Two peice ball: Spalding first introduced the two piece ball ....and even today golf ball design is always changing and progressing!
Due to a golf ball being so hard it hits the ground the energy is so strong it bounces up higher than any other ball. A golf ball is so hard and that energy just can't wait to get released and bounces up very high. There is many layers in a golf ball. All the layers are Sort of like rubber material so then that is why a golf ball bounces the highest.
If you are talking about the design of a golf ball, they are called dimples. They make the ball aerodynamic and allow the ball to fly. If you are talking about markings done by the player, they are put on the golf ball for identification purposes, as players may play the same ball and same number, marking are unique and personal. These dimples cost millions of dollars in design work, some companies hiring astronautical engineers to do the work. Some companies spend more money designing these dimples than some countries spend on their health systems. They are mostly not round, I think the style at the moment is an octagon with a half sphere concave. Also a lot of golfers will mark with a straight lie or dot so they can line up the ball more accurately for tee shots and putting. It makes it easier to see the line of travel for your club.
I m doing the same project.....i would use a tennis ball or something like that..in my case im baking a cake so i need to find a snack like a kinder surprise :S golf ball. white, green, or pink doesn't matter! the dimples of the golf ball represent the nuclear pores
Yes, many of them do. Some people actually get them just so that they can have dimples and others get them to accentuate their dimples.