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WO/2000/057961A1
Disclosed herein is a golf ball comprising a spherical shell (88, 102) which includes at least an inner first layer (94, 108), a second layer (90, 104), and a third layer (92, 106), the second layer being sandwiched between the first lay...  
WO/2000/056411A1
The present invention is directed towards a method of forming a multilayer golf ball (2) which comprises a core, an inner layer (4), an inner cover layer (6) and an outer cover layer (8). The steps include forming a golf ball core: moldi...  
WO/2000/054850A1
Light-emitting golf ball for use in the dark, comprising: a spherical body made from a transparent material with an outer casing; and light-emitting means containing chemiluminescent components made from a chemiluminescent material, whic...  
WO/2000/054849A1
This invention relates to a ball (1) which is manufactured to include a relatively rough surface (3) on one side of the ball and a relatively smooth surface (2) on the other side of the ball, wherein when the ball (1) is delivered throug...  
WO/2000/053270A1
The present invention is directed towards a golf ball (50) which comprises a center (60), at least one cover layer (80), and at least one layer of winding (70) between the center (60) and the cover (80). Preferably, the thread of the pre...  
WO/2000/051690A1
A golf ball having a cover, a core, and, optionally, an intermediate layer between the cover and the core and a method of making such a golf ball, where at least a portion of the core is formed from a core blend of an elastomer, a metal ...  
WO/2000/051688A1
The present invention is directed toward more durable golf ball cores and more durable golf balls. The golf balls of this invention comprise a cover and a core wherein the core may further comprise a center and one or more layers of a ma...  
WO/2000/050125A1
A wound golf ball includes a wound core surrounded with a cover material. The wound core is formed of a fluid-filled (112) or solid (208) center, and at least one wound layer segment surrounding the center. The wound layer segment includ...  
WO/2000/048687A1
A new configuration for the dimples on the surface of a golf ball is characterized by at least a portion of the bottom surface of the dimple extending below a radius of curvature which defines the concavity of the dimple. Thus, the dimpl...  
WO/2000/048689A1
A multiple layer golf ball characterized by a low driver spin rate, for distance, and a high short game spin rate, for control. The core (1), intermediate layer (2), and cover (3) have particular physical properties for achieving the afo...  
WO/2000/048688A1
The invention is directed to improved cover (14) compositions for golf ball (10) construction and the resulting low modulus golf balls (10) produced utilizing the improved cover (14) compositions. The novel golf ball cover (14) compositi...  
WO/2000/047671A1
The present invention is directed to a golf ball (100) comprising a soft cover (102) and a hard cover (102) to produce a resulting molded golf ball having reduced spin rate. The golf ball (100) comprises one or more mentle layers (20, 30...  
WO/2000/047286A1
The present invention is directed to a golf ball (5) comprising a soft core (10) and a hard cover (16) to produce a golf ball having a reduced spin rate. The present invention is also directed to an improved golf ball comprising at least...  
WO/2000/047288A1
A golf ball (2) with superior aerodynamic properties is characterized by a progressive depth of dimples on the surface of the ball (2). The ball surface is divided into a plurality of equal geometries such as triangles, each of which is ...  
WO/2000/047392A1
An improved process for producing polybutadiene golf ball cores is carried out using a sheeter (56) apparatus that forms sheets (33) of golf ball core stock (54). The sheeter (56) has a sheeter inlet positioned proximate an internal mixe...  
WO/2000/047289A1
The present invention is directed to a golf ball comprising a soft core (10) and a hard cover (12) to produce a resulting golf ball having a reduced spin rate. In this regard, a core (10) is provided and metal particles, or other heavy w...  
WO/2000/047670A1
The present invention is directed to a golf ball (100) comprising a soft core (40) and a hard cover (10) such that the golf ball (100), when struck such as during play, exhibits a reduced spin rate. The golf ball (100) may comprise one o...  
WO/2000/047287A1
The present invention is directed to a golf ball (100, 200) comprising a soft core (30, 40) and a hard cover (10) such that the golf ball (100, 200), when struck such as in play, exhibits a reduced spin rate. The cover (10) may include a...  
WO/2000/045899A1
A golf ball (10) that provides improved playing characteristics by providing a cushioning interface between a center (13) and subsequent layers. The ball (10) is comprised of a center (13), a soft intermediate layer (15) around the cente...  
WO/2000/045900A1
Disclosed herein is a game ball, such as a golf ball (8), having an indicia (14) formed from a UV curable ink containing aluminum trihydroxide (ATH) filler. The ATH improves pad transfer of the ink. An ink composition suitable for pad pr...  
WO/2000/043076A1
The present invention is directed towards a multi-layer golf ball which comprises a core, a cover layer and at least one intermediate layer disposed between the core and cover, wherein the intermediate layer comprises a glycidyl polymer ...  
WO/2000/043074A1
This invention relates to golf balls having a relatively soft cover and soft core which, in combination, provide golf balls with PGA compression ratings under 70 and a cover Shore D hardness of about 57 or less having good play 'feel' an...  
WO/2000/043449A1
The present invention is directed to the use of gel material in a golf ball. In one aspect of the invention discrete gel particles form an integral structural and functional role in the hard-cover, mantle or core elements of a golf ball ...  
WO/2000/043077A1
Disclosed herein is a golf ball (8) and method for making the same. The golf ball (8) has an ionomeric cover (16) which includes a high melt ionomer having a Vicat softening temperature of 74 degrees C or more (preferably 80 'o'C or more...  
WO/2000/043078A1
Disclosed herein is a game ball and method for making the same. The game ball (8) has a non-ionomeric cover (12) which has been treated with crosslink-inducing irradiation at levels of at least 2 megarads (20). The game ball cover is sup...  
WO/2000/043075A1
The present invention is directed to a golf ball having a dual, or multilayer core component that is relatively soft and a hard cover that results in the golf ball exhibiting a reduced spin rate. The dual, or multilayer core component in...  
WO/2000/041773A1
The present invention provides golf balls (10, 20, 30) having a cover (16, 26, 38), a core (12, 22, 32), and optionally one or more intermediate layers (24, 34, 36) between the cover (10, 20, 30) and the core (16, 26, 38), wherein at lea...  
WO/2000/041774A1
A new dimple configuration (6) for the surface (4) of a golf ball (2) is characterized by non-circular sickle-shaped dimples (6). Each dimple includes a convex outer edge having a first radial configuration and an inner edge having a sec...  
WO/2000/040304A1
The present invention is directed to improved polybutadiene compositions suitable for use in molded golf ball core construction. The improved polybutadiene compositions are composed of a particular type of solid polybutadiene which has t...  
WO/2000/040306A1
A composition for use in golf balls (1) comprising base material and 0.01-20phr of at least one organometallic compound chosen from the group consisting of titanates, zirconates, aluminates and silicates. Preferred base materials are ela...  
WO/2000/040305A1
A material for use in golf balls (1) comprising elastomeric base material with 1-40 phr of at least one toughness-enhancing polymer. Preferred base materials are elastomers of moderate hardness, preferably about 40 Shore D, such as Pebax...  
WO/2000/038795A1
A low compression, resilient golf ball having a center and a cover, made from a polybutadiene reaction product having polybutadiene, a cis-to-trans catalyst including an aromatic component, and a free radical source. The reaction product...  
WO/2000/038792A1
The present invention is directed towards a golf ball (10) which comprises a core (12); at least one cover layer (14); at least one mantle layer (20) disposed between the core (12) and the cover (14); and at least one transition layer (2...  
WO/2000/038787A2
A low compression, resilient golf ball (10) having a center (12) and a cover (16), wherein at least a portion of the ball (10) is formed from the conversion reaction of an amount of polybutadiene, a free radical source, and a cis-to-tran...  
WO/2000/038790A1
A golf ball comprising a core having a Riehle compression of at least .075 and a cover having a Shore D hardness of at least 65, wherein the cover is comprised of at least one high acid ionomer resin comprising a copolymer of greater tha...  
WO/2000/038791A1
The present invention provides golf balls having a cover, a core, and optionally one or more intermediate layers between the cover and the core, wherein at least one of the cover, the core and, if present, the intermediate layer or layer...  
WO/2000/038793A1
A low compression, resilient golf ball having a center and a cover, made from a polybutadiene reaction product having polybutadiene, a cis-to-trans catalyst including a Group VIA element, such as at least one of sulfur, polymeric sulfur,...  
WO/2000/037145A1
Golf ball compositions, which contain olefinic polymers produced by use of single-site catalysts. Such polymers can be functionalized with a post-polymerization reaction. The single-site catalyzed polymers may be blended with ionomers, o...  
WO/2000/037146A1
A wound golf ball includes a center (200), at least one cover layer (140), and at least one wound layer (160) disposed between the center and the cover layer. At least one of the wound layers is formed of a thread (300) composed of at le...  
WO/2000/035649A1
A method of molding a layer around a body (10) within a mold (12), in which the body (10) is positioned within a mold cavity (16) defined by opposing mold portions (14) of the mold (12), to leave a cavity space between the body (10) and ...  
WO/2000/033920A1
The present invention relates to controlling the spin of liquid or paste (3) filled golf balls without requiring adjustment of the physical properties of the fluid or paste within the golf ball (1). Specifically, the inner surface (4) of...  
WO/2000/033921A1
In accordance with the present invention, a golf ball (10, 110, 200, 300) includes an outer surface (12, 112) and a plurality of dimples (14, 16a-d, 214, 314, 315) formed thereon. At least one of the dimples is a concentric ring dimple (...  
WO/2000/027480A1
A golf ball (11) having an outside diameter of at least 1.70 inches which includes a core (13), an inner cover or mantle (15), and an outside cover (17). The mantle (15) and the outer cover (17) have a different Shore D hardness. Dimples...  
WO/2000/027481A1
The present invention provides a golf ball (10) and a method for making the ball (10). Two cups (30) are molded from an elastomer separately from a center (14). In one embodiment of the method, the cups (30) are molded on both sides of a...  
WO/2000/027482A1
A golf ball (2) having improved aerodynamic efficiency is characterized by the arrangement of a pluraliy of modified tear-drop shaped dimples (10, 20) arranged on the surface thereof. The ball has a dimple-free equator (E) which divides ...  
WO/2000/025868A1
The present invention relates to a golf ball having at least one layer formed from at least one soft magnesium ionomer having a flexural modulus of no more than 4,000 psi, where the layer has a hardness of no more than 90 Shore C, and is...  
WO/2000/024478A1
The invention provides golf balls formed from plastomers which have a molecular weight distribution of 4 or less. Plastomers can be included in the cores of multi-piece balls and in the mantle of multi-layer golf balls in crosslinked or ...  
WO/2000/023519A1
A thermoplastic composition of (a) a thermoplastic polymer selected from copolyetheresters, elastomeric polyolefins, styrene diene block copolymers, elastomeric polyolefins, thermoplastic polyurethanes and copolyetheramides; (b) a salt o...  
WO/2000/020219A1
The method includes: (a). obtaining an ink composition containing a coloring agent and a resin, the ink composition begin suitable for use in ink jet printing, (b). dispensing the ink composition in the form of indicia on a transfer medi...  
WO/2000/021014A2
The present invention is a method for soliciting orders for customized game balls. The present method includes providing a game ball order form accessible through a computer network by one or more users from one or more remote sites. The...  

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