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WO/2003/049817A1
A golf ball (2) having an integral means for sensing temperature whereby a golfer can readily determine if a golf ball is at the optimum temperature for play. For purposes of indicating temperature, the ball (2) incorporates a thermochro...  
WO/2003/047878A1
A method and apparatus for making and/or decorating bowling balls includes flexible transfer sheets (2,3) with heat-activated ink applied to portions thereof. A mold with opposite halves (70,71), which shift between open and closed posit...  
WO/2003/043706A1
The present invention is directed to a golf ball including a solid, molded core formed from a core composition having a polybutadiene rubber exhibiting a solution viscosity greater than 70 mPa?.¿s, preferably greater than about 80 mPa?....  
WO2003002209A3
An apparatus for uniquely identifying a golf ball at a target includes a simulated golfing green having one or multiple target area apertures therein. A ball collector is mounted under each aperture. A ball identification means cooperate...  
WO/2003/039683A1
Disclosed herein is a multi−layer golf ball having a soft outer cover (16). The golf ball has an inner cover layer (14) with a Shore D hardness of 60 or more, and an outer cover (16) with a Shore D hardness of 55 or less. In a preferre...  
WO2002092174A3
The invention relates to a retrieval device, which facilitates training with a golf ball in the open. The device consists of a guide rod with a handle at the lower end and a ring at the upper end. A reel for rolling up and unrolling a li...  
WO2002103317A3
The present invention provides a method and device for marking golf balls that allows for the placement of a putting directional indicator (PDI) along the dynamic axis of a ball. While golfers could use the device to mark individual ball...  
WO2002079319A3
Thermoplastic ionomer compositions having high resilience (high coefficient of restitution) and softness (low Atti compressions) made by highly neutralizing ethylene/carboxylic acid/alkyl (meth)acrylate copolymers that have a high melt i...  
WO/2003/020377A1
A golf ball (10) utilizing a high density core component (16), which is preferably part of a multicomponent core assembly. The high density core component (16) is preferably in the form of a metal sphere. The golf balls exhibit a unique ...  
WO2002032512A9
A spherical ball and a method of making the spherical ball wherein the ball has a plurality of elongated dimples (2, 3, 23, 40, 240) substantially covering the outer surface (26) of the ball without any dimple overlap. The elongated dimp...  
WO/2003/009903A1
The present invention is directed to an improved golf ball (80) comprising at least one layer having a siloxane polymer exhibiting a viscosity of at least 1 million centistrokes. For a two-layered golf ball (80), the core (82) and/or cov...  
WO2002030518A3
The present invention is a street hockey ball for use in games on hard surfaces. The ball has a core of a low rebound material, and a hard, tough covering material. This invention provides for the height of contact between the ball and t...  
WO/2003/002214A1
A gold ball (10) is disclosed that includes a core assembly comprising a center core component (14), at least one core layer (18), and a cover comprising at least one layer (16). The center core component preferably is formed from a sulf...  
WO2002028485A3
A golf ball has a thin intermediate layer, within specified thickness and hardness, situated between a ball core and cover layer. The thin intermediate layer provides for a ball having superior ball spin performance without loss of ball ...  
WO2002043818A8
The present invention is directed to an improved multi-layer golf ball (2, 4) comprising a core (10, 20), an inner cover layer (14, 24) and an outer cover layer (16, 26). The inner cover layer (14, 24) is comprised of a relatively hard c...  
WO/2003/002209A2
An apparatus for uniquely identifying a golf ball at a target includes a simulated golfing green having one or multiple target area apertures therein. A ball collector is mounted under each aperture. A ball identification means cooperate...  
WO/2003/000483A1
The invention relates to surfaces and combinations of surfaces, which have at least two different structure shapes. Said structural shapes can take the form of any combinations of directed or nondirected structures, the main dimensions t...  
WO/2003/000351A1
Disclosed is a process to increase adhesion between two adjacent layers. The process comprises roughening the surface of one layer followed by chlorination of the roughened surface and joining of the layers, or treating the surface of on...  
WO2001019464A9
A dimple pattern for a golf ball (20) with a thermoset polyurethane cover (21) is disclosed herein. The dimple pattern has multiple sets of dimples (34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44 and 46), each set of dimples (34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44 and 46) havi...  
WO/2002/103317A2
The present invention provides a method and device for marking golf balls that allows for the placement of a putting directional indicator (PDI) along the dynamic axis of a ball. While golfers could use the device to mark individual ball...  
WO/2002/102472A1
A dimple pattern for a golf ball (20) with multiple sets of dimples is disclosed herein. Each of the multiple sets of dimples has a different diameter. A preferred set of dimples is seven different dimples. The dimples may cover as much ...  
WO/2002/100491A1
The present invention is directed to a golf ball (10, 20, 30, 40) comprising a multi-layer core component. The multi-layer core comprises an interior center component (12, 22, 32, 42) formed from a thermoset material, a thermoplastic mat...  
WO/2002/092174A2
The invention relates to a retrieval device, which facilitates training with a golf ball in the open. The device consists of a guide rod with a handle at the lower end and a ring at the upper end. A reel for rolling up and unrolling a li...  
WO/2002/089925A1
A spherical ball, for projection through the air to deviate from an expected trajectory, has a first hemisphere (12) and a second hemisphere (14). The surfaces (52, 54) of the first hemisphere (12) and the second hemisphere (14) are gene...  
WO/2002/087706A1
The present invention is a golf ball (10) having a core (12) and cover (14). The core (12) has a diameter of 1.53 inches to 1.55 inches, and a PGA compression of 60 to 75 points. The cover (14) has a thickness of 0.60 inch to 0.90 inch. ...  
WO/2002/085468A1
The present invention is directed to a golf ball comprising a dual core assembly and a cover layer. The dual core comprises an interior spherical center component formed from a thermoset polymeric material, a thermoplastic polymeric mate...  
WO/2002/085466A1
Golf ball compositions for use in ball covers and intermediate layers incorporate a specified block copolymer and are essentially free of ionomeric material. The compositions are outside the scope of those previously considered suitable ...  
WO/2002/085467A1
The present invention is directed to a golf ball comprising a dual core component, an inner cover layer and an outer cover layer. The dual core comprises an interior spherical center component formed from a thermoset material, a thermopl...  
WO/2002/085464A1
A golf ball (10) is described having a core with a multi-layer cover that includes one or more polyurethane materials and which exhibits a Shore D hardness of at least 60. The one or more polyurethane materials may be utilized in one, al...  
WO/2002/085465A1
Disclosed herein is a golf ball with a cover or mantle, or both, formed from an isophthalic acid polyamide composition and a method of making the same. In one embodiment, the golf ball has a cover which contains a combination of an isoph...  
WO/2002/085469A1
A dimple pattern for a gold ball (20) with multiple sets of dimples is disclosed herein. Each of the multiple sets of dimples has a different entry radius. A preferred set of dimples is eighteen different dimples. The dimples may cover a...  
WO2002058800A9
A dimple pattern for a golf ball (20) with multiple sets of dimples is disclosed herein. Each of the multiple sets of dimples has a different diameter. A preferred set of dimples is twelve different dimples. The dimples may cover as much...  
WO2002013916A3
In a non-limiting exemplary embodiment of the present invention, a golf ball has a surface comprising a plurality of dimples arranged in an amorphous pattern. In an additional embodiment of the invention, a golf ball has a surface compri...  
WO/2002/081035A1
A golf ball (1) having a core (2) and cover (3), the cover (3) including an outermost cover layer (3), is disclosed. The outermost cover layer (3) is relatively thin and provides resistance to scratching and scuffing of the ball\'s cover...  
WO/2002/079319A2
Thermoplastic ionomer compositions having high resilience (high coefficient of restitution) and softness (low Atti compressions) made by highly neutralizing ethylene/carboxylic acid/alkyl (meth)acrylate copolymers that have a high melt i...  
WO/2002/074520A1
An apparatus for making a golf ball is disclosed. The apparatus is a molding assembly (20) for making a golf ball (10) which includes a mold body that defines a molding cavity (24A, 24B). The molding cavity (24A, 24B) is adapted to accom...  
WO2002041951A3
Disclosed herein is a multi-layer golf ball (8) having a core (10), an inner cover layer (14) comprising an ionomer and a filler and having a Shore D hardness of about 65 or less, and an outer cover layer (16) comprising an ionomr and ha...  
WO/2002/070085A1
A golf ball and putter alignment combination (20) is disclosed herein. The golf ball (22) has a surface with alignment indicia (26) which includes a longitudinal segment (30) and a latitudinal segment (32). Preferably, the longitudinal s...  
WO/2002/070074A2
A combination dimple pattern on the surface of a golf ball (10) is characterized by both non-circular (04) and non-circular compound (10) dimples. The compound dimples (10) include a first non-circular dimple portion (12) and a second no...  
WO/2002/064658A1
Disclosed herein is a golf ball comprising a core and a cover, said cover comprising a polyurethane elastomer comprising the reaction product of: A) at least one diisocyanate monomer; B) at least one polyether polyol having a molecular w...  
WO/2002/058799A1
The present invention is a golf ball (10) having a core (12) and a cover (14). The core (12) has a diameter of 1.50 inches to 1.56 inches, and a PGA compression of 55 to 70 points. The cover (14) has a thickness of 0.60 inch to 0.90 inch...  
WO/2002/058800A1
A dimple pattern for a golf ball (20) with multiple sets of dimples is disclosed herein. Each of the multiple sets of dimples has a different diameter. A preferred set of dimples is twelve different dimples. The dimples may cover as much...  
WO/2002/056975A1
The present invention is directed to a solid, non-wound, golf ball (8) comprising two or more components, and a cover component. The core components comprise i) a small, high density, spherical center component (20) comprising a blend of...  
WO2001039843A9
The invention provides novel compositions and golf balls formed from those compositions. The compositions generally include a cured blend of an elastomer, a peroxide polymerization agent, a co-agent, and an unsaturated polycarboxylic aci...  
WO/2002/049723A1
This invention is regarding driving range. As the usual driving range on the land and water is an unnatural facility that is difficult to install the equipment for prohibiting balls-seceding or removing balls and needs lots of money, by ...  
WO/2002/047769A1
Disclosed herein is a golf ball with a cover or mantle, or both, formed from a composition comprising a polyamide-ionomer graft copolymer and a method of making the same. Polyamide-ionomer graft copolymers include a polyamide component a...  
WO/2002/045806A1
A new configuration for at least some of the dimples on the surface of a golf ball (2) is characterized by undercut portions (16) in the concave surface (10) thereof. The undercut dimples (4) have a first diameter at the surface of the g...  
WO/2002/045805A1
A combination dimple pattern on the surface of a golf ball (2) is characterized by both circular and compound dimples (10). The compound dimples (10) include a first circular dimple portion and a second dimple portion (16) arranged in a ...  
WO/2002/043818A1
The present invention is directed to an improved multi-layer golf ball (2, 4) comprising a core (10, 20), an inner cover layer (14, 24) and an outer cover layer (16, 26). The inner cover layer (14, 24) is comprised of a relatively hard c...  
WO/2002/041951A2
Disclosed herein is a multi-layer golf ball (8) having a core (10), an inner cover layer (14) comprising an ionomer and a filler and having a Shore D hardness of about 65 or less, and an outer cover layer (16) comprising an ionomr and ha...  

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