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November 21st, 2005

This Holiday Season, Geek Is Cool

Abstract:
NanoDynamics says its new line of NDMX golf balls ($24.95) will reduce hooks and slices in your golf swing. The balls are designed from specially engineered nanotech materials that allow more energy to be transferred from your club to the ball when shooting long drives as well as making the ball perform "like a wide-track tire" when putting.

(Ed.'s note: this part of the article is about 3/4's the way down.)

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