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Matches 751 - 800 out of 8,147

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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...  
WO/1998/031429A1
A finger insert for a bowling ball which includes a socket for accepting the insert. The insert comprises an outer sleeve (12) and an inner sleeve (20), wherein the outer sleeve (12) has an outer diameter sized to be fixedly inserted int...  
WO/1998/031430A1
A golf ball having improved driving characteristics includes a hard, hollow sphere surrounded by an outer. A second layer may be disposed between the sphere and the outer cover. The hollow sphere is made from a hard material such as a me...  
WO/1998/031432A1
A golf ball and a method of making a golf ball, having a cover and a core, wherein the golf ball has at least one layer formed of a compatibilized blend of about 4 percent to 95 percent of at least one ionomer resin; about 95 percent to ...  
WO/1998/031431A1
This invention is directed towards golf balls comprising at least a cover and a core, and optionally one or more intermediate layers, wherein the cover and/or the intermediate layer(s) are formed from a high crystalline copolymer or its ...  
WO/1998/028048A1
A thermoplastic resin having groups reactive with isocyanate groups or a thermoplastic resin containing a compound containing two or more groups reactive with isocyanate groups is used to mold a cover of a golf ball. A polyisocyanate com...  
WO/1998/019749A1
The golf ball composition is comprised of a core with a compression of less than about 90 and a cover made from more than about 50 % of a sodium ionomer resin having a low flexural modulus and less than about 50 % of a lithium ionomer re...  
WO/1998/019748A1
The present invention is directed towards a multi-layer golf ball cover formed by a sandwich injection molding process (8), wherein said golf ball cover comprises an inner layer and an outer layer of a first material (11) and an intermed...  
WO/1998/019747A1
The present invention is directed towards a multilayer golf ball (1) which comprises a core (2), at least one cover layer (3), and one or more mantle layers (4) disposed between the core (2) and cover layer (3). The mantle layer (4) comp...  
WO/1998/008575A1
The present invention is directed towards a multi-layer golf ball (1) which comprises a core (2) with at least one cover layer (3); and one or more mantle layers (4) disposed between the core (2) and cover layer (3), wherein the mantle l...  
WO/1998/006460A1
This invention is a golf ball (1) constructed of a molded outer cover (3) defining an outer diameter of the golf ball to be less than 2.5 inches, but preferably between 1.68 inches and 2.2 inches. One or more inner materials (5, 7) withi...  
WO/1998/005386A1
The present invention is directed towards the novel use of thermoplastic materials to form center core shells for use in liquid filled golf balls. Wound golf balls of the present invention which employ liquid filled centers formed from t...  
WO/1998/005385A1
A transparent sphere comprised of a hardened polymeric resin has an insert provided therein. The sphere is prepared such that there is no air gap between the polymeric resin and the insert. The insert is sized to provide an apparent size...  
WO/1998/002213A1
A golfball comprising a shell of a plastic material, which shell is seamless and encloses a hollow core. The core preferably contains a gas with a pressure above atmospheric pressure. The invention also relates to a process for manufactu...  
WO/1997/049551A1
This invention provides a golf ball constituting or having a cover or coating consisting in whole or in part of a fluoropolymer. The fluoropolymer may be a perfluoropolymer that is sulfonated or carboxylated or a derivative thereof, and ...  
WO/1997/047455A1
A method of applying a coating material to an outer surface of a golf ball, the method comprising molding a golf ball having an outer dimpled surface under a pressure greater than ambient pressure within a mold cavity; formulating a golf...  
WO/1997/046285A1
The present invention is directed towards golf balls comprising a core, a cover and a coating composition layer, wherein the coating composition layer comprises a fluorinated polyurethane. The novel fluorinated polyurethane coating compo...  
WO/1997/044098A1
A solid golf ball comprising a hollow core and a covering layer, and more particularly a golf ball capable of giving a golfer an excellent striking feeling, having a large inertia moment, and a large initial flying angle. The ball can be...  
WO/1997/043017A1
A metal ball for a ball game, particularly boules, made by joining two hemispherical shells (1) along the equatorial plane (E) of the ball. Said shells are made particularly by stamping/swaging, forming, casting or machining, and each sh...  
WO/1997/039806A1
The invention relates to a golf ball, designed in several parts, which has a core (1), a case (2) and a shell (3) and also fulfils the requirements for long distance and provides sufficient spin when the core (1) cannot be deformed or on...  
WO/1997/036652A1
A bowling ball (10) has a annular band (20) interposed between two spherical segments (16, 18) so as to define an outer peripheral surface of the spherical ball. The first and second spherical segments (16, 18) have respective outer peri...  
WO/1997/033659A1
A golf ball having a diameter of approximately 1.68 inches to 1.90 inches includes a fluid mass (18) at the center of the ball; a first, solid non-wound mantle layer (20) surrounding the fluid mass (18) comprised of a polymer material se...  
WO/1997/031684A1
A method for making a ball with two hemispherical shells (B1, B2) each having perfectly concentric complementary centring means (1b, 2b) for coaxially aligning said shells, said means previously being used in an internal and external mac...  
WO/1997/031956A1
An ionomer composition having excellent rebound resilience, as well as suitably improved hardness and stiffness. The ionomer composition comprises (A) an ionomer of an ethylene/unsaturated carboxylic acid copolymer, and (B) a condensed c...  
WO/1997/030763A1
A golf ball, a golf ball core and a method for making a golf ball and a golf ball core, using an admixture of polybutadiene, a zinc diacrylate cross-linker, and a calcium oxide that is substantially free of zinc oxide. When zinc oxide, t...  
WO/1997/030764A1
A melt blend of a polyester or polyamide elastomer and an ionomer wherein the neutralizing cation is a multi-valent metal, the ionomer being modified with an aminoalkyl group containing alicyclic or aromatic compound, and uses thereof, p...  
WO/1997/027905A1
The present invention is a golf ball (10, 70) having a tag (20, 60, 76) within its interior to enable the detection of the presence of the tag (20, 60, 76), and of the ball (10, 70) using an electronic detecting system. The tag (20, 60, ...  
WO/1997/024167A1
This billiards set is provided with a group (1) of balls of a first color comprising a combination of five balls (1a-1e) having a predetermined color and numbered from 1 to 5, a group (2) of balls of a second color comprising a combinati...  
WO/1997/019114A1
A process for forming a golf ball cover composition, which process comprises: a) forming a polymer comprising (1) a first monomeric component comprising an olefinic monomer having from 2 to 8 carbon atoms; (2) a second monomeric componen...  
WO/1997/018861A1
A golf ball cover composition comprising: a) from about 45 to 55 weight percent of a first high acid ionomer having an acid content of from about 19 weight percent, and b) from 55 to 45 weight percent of a second ionomer selected from th...  
WO/1997/017109A1
A ball has a wall of elastomeric material defining a cavity. The cavity contains a filling which comprises a plurality of substantially closed cells. The pressure in the cavity is substantially atmospheric pressure. The substantially clo...  
WO/1997/012648A1
This invention is an improved golf ball (142) comprising a hollow, spherical shell (112) of a polymeric material; a unitary, noncellular core (124) of a material which, at the time of introduction into the shell, is a liquid; and a spher...  
WO/1997/009093A1
The present invention is directed to golf balls which have a lift to weight ratio greater than 1 to enhance the lofting time of the ball and thereby provide the golfer with a slow swing speed increased distance and improved trajectory. T...  
WO/1997/007861A1
A golf ball which improves feeling at the time of hitting and controllability at approach hitting without reducing a flying distance and durability, which are both characteristics of a solid golf ball. The solid golf ball comprising a co...  
WO/1997/006862A1
A low rebound, impact deformable foot-bag (10) includes plural panels (12-26) having peripheral edges which are connected together to define an impact deformable, semi-collapsible chamber which permits the foot-bag to assume an arbitrari...  
WO/1997/005932A1
This invention relates to novel shaded logos as shown in figure 1 for use on golf balls, golf balls having said novel shaded logo designs printed on their surface, and methods of adding shaded logos to golf balls. The logos or patterns i...  
WO/1997/002319A1
Novel, soft, low modulus ethylene copolymer ionomer compositions containing an acrylate softening momoner, neutralized with magnesium or lithium ions possess a higher level of resilience at a given level of PGA Compressibility than known...  
WO/1997/002318A1
Novel, soft, low modulus ethylene 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 known...  
WO/1996/041524A1
A curable, polymer-based composite material consists essentially of a curable polymeric component, and iron ferrite particles. The polymeric component may be a styrene butadiene resin. The composite material may be a sports article havin...  
WO/1996/040381A1
The invention includes a golf ball having a substantially spherical inner core (100), a first wound layer (105) of high tensile elastic modulus fibers wound about the inner core (100), and a second molded layer (110) of a polymeric mater...  
WO/1996/040378A1
This invention relates to methods of using cationic ionomers in golf ball cover compositions. Further, this invention relates to golf balls which have covers and cores and which incorporate urethane ionomers. The polyurethane golf ball c...  
WO/1996/040382A1
The disclosed invention provides novel golf ball compositions which contain olefinic based ionomers and non-ionic olefinic copolymers produced by use of metallocene catalysts. These compositions exhibit improved mechanical properties suc...  
WO/1996/040385A1
A method for manufacturing hemispherical shells for covering a golf ball core, which comprises: mixing a quantity of balata sufficient to form a desired number of hemispherical shells configured and adapted for covering golf ball cores; ...  
WO/1996/040383A1
The present invention is directed towards a golf ball comprising a core, a cover and a protective clear coat layer, wherein the clear coat layer comprises a polyorgano-siloxane polymer. The novel clear coat compositions of the present in...  
WO/1996/040380A1
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 a compressible material, such as a g...  
WO/1996/040516A1
The present invention is directed towards a multilayer golf ball which comprises a core (2) with one or more layers; at least one cover layer (3); and one or more mantle layers (4) disposed between the core and cover layer, wherein the m...  
WO/1996/040826A1
A golf ball employing a cover composition comprising an oxa acid compound having Formula (I) wherein R is an organic moiety selected from the group consisting of alkyl, carbocyclic, and heterocyclic groups. Additionally, the present inve...  
WO/1996/040384A1
A polyurethane golf ball cover containing an epoxy curing agent such as the diglycidyl ether of bisphenol A provides improved shear resistance over that containing a polyol curing agent.  
WO/1996/040377A1
The invention is directed to a golf ball comprising a core and a cover, wherein the cover comprises a blend of at least one olefinic ionomer and a terpolymer, said terpolymer comprising a first monomeric component comprising an olefinic ...  
WO/1996/040379A1
This invention relates to an improved golf ball center (206) having a substantially spherical portion (208), and a plurality of protrusions (210) extending outwardly from the spherical portion (208), the ends of which support the center ...  

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