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golf ball

[′gälf ‚bȯl]
(engineering)
A printing element used on some typewriters and serial printers, consisting of a rotating, spherically shape, removable typehead that skims across the printed line while the typewriter or printer carriage does not move.
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We believe this simplicity of approach will change the way that golfers approach their golf ball purchase, and we're very proud of what we have accomplished with the "Rule 35" golf ball.
The six noticeably deeper depressions in the aerodynamic pattern on the surface of the golf ball -- the Sub-HEX design -- contribute to its superior consistency and tour-type trajectory while also helping to reduce drag and create lift for more carry and roll.
At each stop consumers will learn about the benefits of ball speed, have an opportunity to sample the HX Hot Golf Ball, and enter to win the car.
Under the Radar Golf agreement, golf balls manufactured by Fantom can be sold worldwide using the brand name of any golf-industry or sports-equipment supplier that purchases a license from Radar Golf.
The new HX golf ball is built on Callaway Golf's patented new tubular lattice network for unparalleled aerodynamic performance.
It fits perfectly with our ongoing mission to sustain our momentum from 2000 and build our reputation for quality and performance in the golf ball market.
In the second communication, sent by letter dated January 19, 2000, Callaway Golf specifically discussed the "Rule 35" golf ball and advised Bridgestone that the ball had been carefully designed so as to "avoid any possible conflicts with [Bridgestone's] patents.
Japan is the second largest golf market in the world, and we are very pleased to be able to now provide substantial quantities of the 'Rule 35' golf ball to this market," said Chuck Yash, President of Callaway Golf and CEO of Callaway Golf Ball company.
The new HX Pearl Golf Ball will be available at retail beginning March 15 with a manufacturer's suggested retail price of $32 per dozen.
We are convinced, based upon feedback from professionals and amateurs alike, that we have developed and brought to the market a superior golf ball that delivers Complete Performance(TM) for most golfers.
Although we approached Bridgestone shortly before the launch of our "Rule 35(TM)" golf balls at the Orlando show to discuss various areas where we might be able to work together, and raised the idea of a license of various Bridgestone golf ball patents that could apply as we explore future products, the "Rule 35" golf balls do not infringe any Bridgestone patents.