A golf ball is a special ball designed to be used in the game of golf. Under the
rules of golf, .... First, the dimples on the surface of a golf ball cause the boundary
layer on the upstream side of...
The dimples, paradoxically, do increase drag slightly. ... Magnus lift is present
because a driven golf ball has backspin. ... Steve Haake, "Physics and Golf?
Jun 21, 2007 ... By 1905, golf balls were being manufactured with dimples, as they have ....
University of Adelaide physics experts believe the new soccer ball ...
Why does a golf ball have dimples on its surface? - jack. RGHS, Bastian, VA
24314. A: Very good question, and one that has kept golf experts and people
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Feb 9, 2011 ... Why do dimpled golf balls fly farther & straighter? ... Physics of Life - The
Reynolds Number and Flow Around Objects - Duration: 10:57. ESFTV ...
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Aug 26, 2008 ... This is a fast, non-technical explanation of the basic aerodynamics of modern golf
balls, for those who wonder why golf balls have dimples.
Jan 31, 2013 ... Nearly a century ago, after someone realized that a scuffed-up ball travels farther
than a shiny new one, balls gained dimples.
May 13, 2011 ... The number of dimples on a typical golf ball ranges from. 250-450. .... Retrieved
May 5, 2011, from http://physics.info/drag/. 4. Barber III, J. (n.d.).
Dimples help the golf ball convert spin into lift. But it was quite by accident that
this effect was discovered. Originally, golf balls were made as smooth as possible
It is the dimples (surface treatment) on the golf ball that are responsible for its ....
thirty yards, the laws of physics will limit the distance balls can travel to only a ...