Published at Wednesday, March 07th, 2018 - 00:50:51 AM. Golf Balls. By Marieta Santana.
The next technological advance was the gutta percha ball. This was made from tree sap or rubber and compressed into a round mould. A modern club can hit this about 200 yards on average.
How do dimple patterns affect the flight/trajectory of a golf ball?. Dimples provide the lift needed to get a ball airborne. Without them a golf balls performance would be severely restricted. Golf balls come in a variety of different dimple patterns. Some promote a higher flight trajectory that many golfers need, while others promote a lower, more piercing trajectory. In general though, balls with deeper dimples will tend to have a lower trajectory. Deeper dimples create more turbulence in the boundary layer, which makes it more difficult for air to flow over the ball creating less lift. Those with shallower dimples typically will generate a higher trajectory.
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