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October 5th, 2005

Nanotech golf ball delayed

Abstract:
The NDMX, a golf ball designed by material science specialist NanoDynamics that will correct for a slight slice or a hook, was supposed to be on store shelves this past spring. The company, however, was able to get prototypes to only a few select golfers in late June. It now plans to release the golf ball in late 2005, according to the company's Web site.

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