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WO/2001/052948A1
Disclosed herein is a golf ball (10) utilizing a core (20) that comprises at least two particular types of polybutadiene. In one aspect, a combination of a polybutadiene obtained from a cobalt catalyst is used in conjunction with a polyb...  
WO/2001/047607A1
A game ball (10, 20, 100) having a cover (14, 26, 104) formed from a crosslinkable thermoplastic polyurethane is disclosed. Various types of game balls are described, including golf balls (10, 20) and softballs (100). By selecting exposu...  
WO/2001/045807A1
The present invention is directed to a solid, non-wound, golf ball (8) comprising two or more core components and a cover component. The core components comprise i) a small, inner, high density, spherical center component (20) comprising...  
WO/2001/045808A1
The present invention is directed to a solid, non-wound, golf ball (8) comprising two or more core components, and a cover component. The core components comprise i) a small, inner, high density, spherical center component (20) comprisin...  
WO/2001/045806A1
The present invention is directed to a solid, non-wound, golf ball (8) comprising two or more core components (20, 22), and a cover component (11, 12). The core component (10) comprises i) a small, inner, high density, spherical center c...  
WO/2001/045805A1
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 (10) comprise: i) a small, inner, high density, spherical center component (20) comprisin...  
WO/2001/045803A1
The present invention is directed to a solid, non-wound, golf ball (8) comprising two or more core components, and a cover component. The core components (10) comprise i) an inner, high density spherical center component (20) comprising ...  
WO2000073384A3
Novel, soft, low modulus enthylene copolymer ionomer compositions containing an acrylate softening monomer, neutralized with magnesium or lithium ions possess a higher level of resilience at a given level of PGA Compressibility than know...  
WO/2001/045804A1
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 (10) comprise an inner, high density spherical center component (20) comprising a blend o...  
WO/2001/043833A1
A golf ball is provided which changes color or other indicia after significant immersion in water to indicate that the ball has been recovered from a water hazard and may not have predictable flight characteristics which may result in lo...  
WO/2001/043832A1
The invention provides a golf ball (1, 11, 21, 31 and 41) having a cover (3, 13, 23, 33, and 45) and intermediate layers (14, 24, 34, and 44) in whole or part of a saturated polyurethane. The saturated polyurethane may be blended with co...  
WO/2001/041881A1
A golf ball (2) having improved aerodynamic efficiency is characterized by the arrangement of a plurality of modified tear drop shaped dimples arranged on the surface thereof. The ball has a dimple-free equator (E) which divides the ball...  
WO/2001/040344A1
A golf ball comprising a center, a cover, and optionally, at least one intermediate layer disposed between the center and the cover, wherein at least one of the center, the cover, and the at least one intermediate layer is formed with a ...  
WO/2001/039844A1
The invention provides a golf ball (1, 11, 31, and 41) having a cover (3, 13, 33, and 45), intermediate layers (14, 24, 34, and 44) and/or a core (2, 12, 32, and 42) comprising in whole or in part of water resistant polyurethane elastome...  
WO/2001/039843A1
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/2001/039846A1
A golf ball comprising at least one layer having improved resistance to water permeation. A shell formed from a composition comprising a blend of at least one hydrophilic thermoplastic polymer and at least one hydrophobic polymer.  
WO/2001/039845A1
A wound golf ball (10) includes a center, at least one cover layer (14), and at least one wound layer (20) disposed between the center and the cover layer. The center has a two-layer shell (16) formed of different materials, where one la...  
WO/2001/037944A1
A golf ball (5, 505, 605, 705, 805, 905, 1005) comprising an inner core (10, 610, 710, 910, 1010, 2010, 3010), an outer core (15, 20, 515, 520, 615, 620, 715, 720, 915, 920, 1015), and a cover (25, 625, 725, 925, 1025) is disclosed. The ...  
WO/2001/037938A2
A golf ball construction (2) is provided having a solid core composition of a rubber having between 3 to 25 per cent by weight of an additive selected from the group of boron carbide, silicon carbide, and/or other advanced ceramic materi...  
WO/2001/037943A2
Disclosed herein is a game ball and method for making the same. The game ball has a non-ionomeric cover which has been crosslinked by incorporating a dialkyl peroxide in the polymer mix prior to molding. The game ball cover is superior i...  
WO/2001/036052A1
A golf ball (20) approaching zero land area is disclosed herein. The golf ball (20) has an innersphere (21) with a plurality of pyramidal projections (40). Each of the plurality of projections (40) has an apex (50) that extends to a heig...  
WO/2001/036053A1
A golf ball (20) approaching zero land area is disclosed herein. The golf ball (20) has an innersphere (21) with a plurality of tubular projections (40). Each of the plurality of projections (40) has an apex (50) that extends to a height...  
WO/2001/032270A1
Improved multi-layer golf ball compositions and the resulting balls produced using these compositions. In this regard, a smaller and lighter core is produced and metal particles, or other heavy weight filler materials are included in the...  
WO/2001/032269A1
A game ball training device includes at least two game balls (12, 12') and a flexible and resilient webbing (14) interconnecting the game balls. The webbing may include a first plurality of strands (18) extending generally parallel to ea...  
WO/2001/030459A1
The present invention is directed to a golf ball containing a cover layer and a core layer, where the core layer is molded from a scorch retarding composition comprising a scorch retarding peroxide, an elastomeric polymer and a cross-lin...  
WO/2001/030455A2
A vortex generating golf ball dimple for producing a turbulent boundary layer on the surface of a golf ball during its flight is a composite of a plurality of overlapping smaller concave sections. Preferably, the dimple is a plurality of...  
WO/2001/029129A1
Thermoplastics with high resilience (high coefficient of restitution) and softness (low Atti compressions) and their use in golf ball components. Melt-processible, highly-neutralized ethylene acid copolymers and process for making them b...  
WO2001019463A8
A golf ball (10) utilizing a high density core component, which is preferably part of a multicomponent core assembly is disclosed. The high density core (16) is preferably in the form of a metal sphere. The golf balls exhibit a unique co...  
WO/2001/026749A1
Golf balls (142) are disclosed having novel dimple patterns (m, n) determined by the science of phyllotaxis. A method of packing dimples (136, 140, 144, 146, 148, 150, 152) using phyllotaxis is disclosed. Phyllotactic patterns are used t...  
WO/2001/024888A1
Disclosed is a golf ball (10) comprising one or more fast-chemical-reaction-produced components, such as a component which comprises a reaction injection molded polyurethane material. A process of making a golf ball (10, 20, 30) by formi...  
WO/2001/023045A1
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 polyether-type po...  
WO/2001/019463A1
A golf ball (10) utilizing a high density core component, which is preferably part of a multicomponent core assembly is disclosed. The high density core (16) is preferably in the form of a metal sphere. The golf balls exhibit a unique co...  
WO/2001/019465A1
A golf ball (20) having a surface (22) thereon with a plurality of dimples (34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44 and 46) on the surface (22) is disclosed herein. The contour (199) of each of the dimples (34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44 and 46) is continuous fr...  
WO/2001/019464A1
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/2001/015781A1
A multilayer golf ball which comprises a core having a treated surface and a cover layer having a plurality of dimples. The multilayer golf balls may alternatively or additionally be formed suchthat at least one layer of the core has a t...  
WO/2001/012271A1
A biodegradable ball (namely golf) or puck comprising a mixture of a biocompatible particulate material such as salt, sand, or plant material and a water soluble biocompatible binding agent such as gelatine, starch, gluten, sugar or gypr...  
WO/2001/012272A1
The invention relates to a cover for a ball, especially a sports ball, comprised of a stratified material having at least one first layer (1) which is made of a transparent material and which either forms the outermost layer of the ball ...  
WO/2001/010510A1
Disclosed herein is a golf ball (10) utilizing a core (20) that comprises at least two particular types of polybutadiene. In one aspect, a combination of a polybutadiene obtained from a cobalt catalyst is used in conjuction with a polybu...  
WO/2001/010511A1
The present invention is directed to a golf ball (10) comprising a core (20) and cover (30). The core (20) includes a first polybutadiene rubber obtained utilizing a cobalt catalyst and having a Mooney viscosity in the range of 70 to 83....  
WO/2001/008756A1
A removable digit insert device (16) for a bowling ball (10) in which the bowling ball (10) has at least one elongated hole (12) extending inwardly along a preset axis from an outer surface of the bowling ball (10). The insert (16) inclu...  
WO/2001/007121A1
A multiple layer golf ball (10) having a high compression core (12) and a soft boundary layer (16) is disclosed herein. The multiple layer golf ball (10) may also have a hard cover (14). The soft boundary layer (16) allows the multiple l...  
WO/2001/002060A1
A golf ball having an identification device (10) embedded in it comprises an aerial (14) and a coded chip (12), which are associated with a resilient member (16) arranged to dampen shock form impact. The resilient members is in the form ...  
WO/2000/078408A1
A golf ball (10) is described having a core (26) with a multi-layer cover with a thickness of at least 3.6 mm (0.142 inches) and a Shore D hardness of at least 60. The combination of a core (26), preferably soft core, with a thick, relat...  
WO/2000/078409A1
Disclosed herein is a golf ball with a cover formed from a polyamide composition and a method of making the same. More specifically, the golf ball has a cover which contains a combination of a polyamide component and an ionomeric compone...  
WO/2000/074792A1
A two piece golf ball (5) has a core compression in the range of 77 PGA to 87 PGA, a core diameter in the range of about 1.535 inches to 1.545 inches, a cover hardness in the range of 53 to 59 Shore D, and a dimple pattern based on the g...  
WO/2000/074794A1
A three piece golf ball (1) has a center compression in the range of about 40 PGA to 60 PGA, a center (5) weight in the range of about 27.5 grams to 28.5 grams, a core (6) compression in the range of about 60 PGA to 80 PGA, a core weight...  
WO/2000/074797A1
The present invention provides a golf ball (5) having a plurality of dimples (200, 202, 204) arranged on its outer surface, selected from three sets of dimples. The radius of each dimple set has a different value. The dimples (200, 202, ...  
WO/2000/074793A1
A two piece golf ball (5) has a core compression in the range of 67 PGA to 77 PGA, a core diameter in the range of about 1.535 inches to 1.545 inches, a cover hardness in the range of 65 to 71 Shore D, and a dimple pattern based on the g...  
WO/2000/074795A1
A golf ball is provided which changes color or other indicia after significant immersion in water to indicate that the ball has been recovered from a water hazard and may not have predictable flight characteristics which may result in lo...  
WO/2000/074796A1
The present invention provides a golf ball (5) having a plurality of polygonal configurations (10, 12, 14) around the outer surface of a spherical golf ball for locating dimples on the golf ball (5). The polygonal configurations of this ...  

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