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WO/1999/040977A1
Novel golf ball compositions which contain liquid crystalline polymers and liquid crystalline polymer blends. These compositions can be foamed or unfoamed. Golf balls that employ at least one layer of these blends in any of the golf ball...  
WO/1999/039781A1
A thread-wound golf ball comprising a large, heavy center (3) with rubber thread windings (2) and a cover (1) is disclosed. The center (3) has a diameter of about between 1.40'' and 1.53'', a weight of about between 24-34 g and a deforma...  
WO/1999/037366A1
A golf ball (11) having an outside diameter of at least 1.70 inches includes a spherical core (13), an inner cover or mantle layer (15) and an outer cover layer (17). The mantle layer (15) and the outer cover layer (17) have a different ...  
WO/1999/036191A1
Radiation curing of inks on game balls, golf balls and the like is disclosed. The radiation used is ultraviolet and/or visible light. Production inks, logo inks and methods for forming production prints and logos on golf balls, game ball...  
WO/1999/036130A1
A unique golf ball (100) and related methods of manufacturing are disclosed in which the golf ball (100) comprises one ore more mantle layers (20) comprising one or more metals, ceramic, or composite materials. The golf ball (100) may al...  
WO/1999/034881A2
The present invention relates to golf balls having improved adhesion between adjacent layers, as well as methods for making golf balls having such improved adhesion. In particular, the golf balls of the present invention comprise a cover...  
WO/1999/033527A1
A golf ball (8) having a plurality of dimples (10) and a plurality of secondary depressions (14) on the exterior surface thereof. The secondary depressions (14) may have any regular or irregular geometric shape, and may be uniformly or r...  
WO/1999/032196A1
The present invention relates to a golf ball, comprising a cover, a core and optional intermediate layers, wherein the various ball components are formed from compositions comprising a polyamide, in the form of a homopolymer, a copolymer...  
WO/1999/032197A1
The present invention is directed towards a multilayer 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 an ethylene methacry...  
WO/1999/030783A1
A game device known as a game sack or kick bag (10) comprising a shell (12) of a flexible material having at least a portion of the shell translucent, a plurality of discreet particles (20) within the shell (12) and a light assembly (22)...  
WO/1999/029375A1
A hand bag (100) for striking by a back of a game player's hand comprises a plurality of panels (10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20) first stitched together to form first (30) and second (32) panels that are then stitched about their periphery. The ...  
WO/1999/025426A1
A multi-layer golf ball comprising a core, a cover layer and a mantle layer disposed between the core and the cover. The cover layer consists essentially of at least a first and a second ionomer resin. The first resin is a copolymer of 1...  
WO/1999/025425A2
This invention provides a golf ball constituting or having a core, intermediate layer and/or cover or consisting in whole or in part of a fluoropolymer. The fluoropolymer may be a perfluoropolymer that is sulfonated or carboxylated or a ...  
WO/1999/022822A1
A golf ball having a core (12) and a cover (11), wherein the core (12) is comprised of fluid mass (18) at the center, a first, solid, non-wound layer (20) surrounding the fluid mass (18) and a second, solid, non-wound layer (22, 40) surr...  
WO/1999/020355A1
Golf ball (16) having a surface texture defined by fractal geometry and golf ball (16) having indents (28) whose orientation is defined by fractal geometry. The surface textures are defined by two-dimensional fractal shapes, partial two-...  
WO/1999/020353A1
A solid golf ball (1) having a core (10), a cover (12), and an intermediate skin (11) between the core (10) and the cover (12) and defining a generally continuous inner annular surface, wherein the inner annular surface of the skin is st...  
WO/1999/020356A1
A golf ball (11) whose surface bears a series of regularly arranged areas of contrasting appearance. The areas of contrasting appearance may be coloured dots (13) in some or all of the indentations (12) in the golf ball surface.  
WO/1999/020354A1
A solid golf ball (1) having a core (10), a cover (12) and an intermediate layer (11) between the core (10) and the cover (12) formed of a soft elastomeric material. Preferably, the layer (11) is formed by dipping the core (10) into a la...  
WO/1999/019030A1
The disclosed invention provides novel golf ball compositions which contain non-ionic olefinic copolymers produced by use of metallocene catalysts, wherein the metallocene catalyzed polymers have been functionalized with a post-polymeriz...  
WO/1999/017843A1
A method of forming a golf ball (10) by forming a core center (11), forming a laminate (20) of core material, forming the laminate (20) around the core center (11) to form a core (16) and forming a cover (15) around the core (16). The la...  
WO/1999/017844A1
A golf ball (10) is provided which changes color or other indicia (15) after significant immersion in water (50) to indicate that the ball (10) has been recovered from a water hazard and may not have predictable flight characteristics wh...  
WO/1999/011331A1
A golf ball (20) having an outside surface with plurality of dimples (A-E) formed thereon that form at least four spherical-triangular regions. Each of the regions has a first set of dimples formed in a large triangle (22) and a second s...  
WO/1999/008756A1
A golf ball cover composition. This composition includes an amide block copolymer having a hardness less than or equal to 40 shore D, and an ionomer having a hardness greater than the hardness of the amide block copolymer. The respective...  
WO/1999/006122A1
The invention provides a golf ball (10) and a method for making the ball. Two cups (30) are molded from an elastomer separately from an inner sphere (20). In one embodiment of the method, the cups (30) are molded on both sides of a singl...  
WO/1999/006121A1
The subject invention relates to a golf ball (1) having the beneficial characteristics of both a wound and solid construction ball. The invention is directed to a non-wound golf ball (1) incorporating gas containing compressible cells as...  
WO/1999/006123A1
The present invention relates to the sport of bowling and bowls therefor, and in particular relates firstly to an improved bowl and secondly to an improved playing surface and bowls combination. Broadly according to a first aspect of the...  
WO/1999/003542A1
A golf ball (30, 30a) consisting of a multi-piece cover (34, 34a) surrounding a core (32). The cover (34, 34a) consists of a multi-sheet structure which includes at least three thin layers (40, 42, 44) of thermoplastic with each layer ha...  
WO/1998/058995A1
The invention is directed to a UV light resistant, visibly transparent, urethane golf ball topcoat composition for use with UV curable inks and to golf balls incorporating such a topcoat. The topcoat includes an optical brightener that a...  
WO/1998/055186A1
The invention is directed towards several methods for forming liquid filled centers from thermoplastic materials, including methods for sealing the liquid filled centers subsequent to filling with a liquid. The methods exploit the benefi...  
WO/1998/053886A1
The present invention is directed towards a multilayer golf ball which comprises a core, an inner cover layer and an outer cover layer, wherein the outer cover layer comprises a thermoset material formed form a castable, reactive liquid,...  
WO/1998/052652A1
A golf ball is claimed having a core and a cover or a core, an intermediate layer and a cover. One of the layers comprises a blend of polyamide and a nonionomer. Preferably the nonionomer is a polyetherester, a polyetheramide or a functi...  
WO/1998/051741A1
The present invention relates to golf balls having a cover and a core and to golf balls having a cover, a core, and an intermediate layer between the cover and the core, where the core or at least one of the intermediate layer or the cor...  
WO/1998/047957A1
Novel, soft, low, modulus ehtylene 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 kno...  
WO/1998/047573A1
A golf ball (10, 20) comprising a core (11, 21, 23) and a cover (12) that has an exterior surface which defines dimples (30). The core (11, 21, 23), the cover (12) and the dimples (30) are such that said golf ball (10, 20) has a coeffici...  
WO/1998/046671A1
Ethylene/(meth)acrylic acid ionomers which have been modified with relatively low levels of a stearic acid moiety, particularly metal stearates and especially calcium stearate have improved resilience for a given level of hardness of PGA...  
WO/1998/043711A1
A golf ball having a smaller and lighter core (10) and metal particles, or other heavy weight filler materials, in the cover (14, 16). Preferably, the particles are included in a relatively thick inner cover layer (or mantle) (14) of a s...  
WO/1998/043709A1
The present invention is directed to a golf ball (5) comprising a dual core component, an inner cover layer (14) and an outer cover layer (16). The dual core (10) comprises an interior spherical center component formed from a thermoset m...  
WO/1998/043713A1
A golf ball comprising a cover and a core, and optionally at least one intermediate layer interposed between the cover and the core, wherein the cover, the intermediate layer or both are formed from a blend comprising an oxa acid compoun...  
WO/1998/043708A1
A unique golf ball (100-800) and related methods of manufacturing are disclosed in which the golf ball (100-800) comprises one or more metal mantle layers (20) and a cellular or liquid core component (40, 50). The golf ball (100-800) als...  
WO/1998/043712A1
A unique golf ball (100) and related methods of manufacturing are disclosed in which the golf ball (100) comprises one or more metal mantle layers (20) that define a hollow interior within the ball. The golf ball (100) may also comprise ...  
WO/1998/043710A1
The present invention is directed to an improved multilayer golf ball (5) comprising a core (10), an inner cover layer (14) and an outer cover layer (16). The inner cover layer (14) is comprised of a high acid ionomer or ionomer blend. T...  
WO/1998/042414A1
A golf ball comprising a cover and core, wherein the core is formed from a blend comprising an oxa acid compound having formula (I) wherein R is an organic moiety selected from the group consisting of alkyl, carbocyclic, and heterocyclic...  
WO/1998/040127A1
The present invention relates to a golf ball comprising a cover, a core and an intermediate layer. At least one of the layers is a blend of polyamide and ionomer. The present invention also relates to a golf ball comprising a cover and a...  
WO/1998/037982A1
Ultraviolet radiation curing of inks on game balls, golf balls and the like is disclosed. Production inks, logo inks and methods for forming production prints and logos on golf balls, game balls and the like are disclosed. To form an ult...  
WO/1998/037929A1
A novel composition useful for golf ball covers that comprises a blend of a diisocyanate/polyol polyurethane prepolymer (1) with a curing agent (2) comprising a blend of slow-reacting diamine with a fast-reacting diamine such as dimethyl...  
WO/1998/038241A1
Electron beam (EB) radiation curing of inks on game balls, golf balls, as and the like is disclosed inks, logo inks and methods for forming production prints and logos on those balls. To form an EB radiation curable water-insoluble produ...  
WO/1998/036801A1
A golfball having a cover which includes 95-30 of a hard Mg ionomer and 5-70 of a very low modulus Mg ionomer. The hard Mg ionomer is typically a neutralized copolymer of ethylene and acrylic or methacrylic acid having a 10-30 % acid con...  
WO/1998/036003A1
Ionomers based on ethylen/unsaturated carboxylic acid copolymers are modified with from 0.5 to 15 weight percent adipic acid. The modified-ionomers have improved melt flow and melt processing behavior over unmodified ionomers having a co...  
WO/1998/035727A1
An improved core composition for a golf ball comprising an elastomer consisting of a blend of two or more polybutadiene elastomers selected from the group consisting of high CIS 1.4 polybutadienes of the cobalt, nickel and neodymium type...  
WO/1998/032498A1
A gold ball (6, 15, 20) providing better putting results from the placement of differentiated lands (12, 16, 21) along intersecting, cartographically speaking, longitudinal and latitudinal circles (7, 8) in a manner that permits the golf...  

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