golf ball


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Drug slang A regional term for
(1) Crack cocaine
(2) A formulation of depressants
Sports medicine A hardened ball used to play the sport of golf

golf ball

a source of lead from the compound in the center that can poison dogs that chew them.
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The guy who borrows a bunch of golf balls from the players around him, or spends what feels like hours searching in bushes and water hazards only to find a mud stained, half chewed, driving range ball that should have stayed lost.
Golf ball divers commonly work part time and have another job.
Golf ball diving has become so competitive, some divers sneak on courses at night and clean out ponds without paying the courses.
It is believed the golf balls have been stolen from Yarm Driving Range and are being hit from the field behind the road.
The old 1900 golf balls travelled around 180 yards.
To increase the chance that your ball will climb up the slope in one stroke, do you choose the heavier golf ball or the standard one?
There are solid golf balls, balls with cores, balls with liquid centers, hollow balls, and even one with telescoping spheres.
Callaway, a major manufacturer of golf clubs, diversified into the golf ball business with the start in February of the marketing of Rule 35.
We were disappointed to discover that Titleist and Acushnet have again used patented Callaway technology in their Pro V1 golf balls," said Steve McCracken, Senior Executive Vice President, Chief Administrative Officer, Callaway Golf.
The Dixon family of golf balls is distributed internationally and conforms to USGA standards.
It is well known that dimples improve the flight of a golf ball, and that dimpled balls experience about half the drag as those without dimples.
Now that Glendale Community College has a putting green and a driving cage, plastic balls have been replaced by real golf balls - once too dangerous to take a swing at on campus - and the gym floor no longer doubles as a green.