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April 17th, 2005

How Science Can Improve Your Golf Game


If one of the more-talked-about products unveiled at the PGA Merchandise Show lives up to its billing, by later this year you may be able to get the good without the bad, rotationally speaking. The prototype NMDX ball, designed by NanoDynamics Inc., Buffalo, N.Y., uses nanostructures -- objects measuring a few billionths of a meter in size -- to minimize sidespin with little loss of backspin.


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