Why do golf balls have dimples?
I heard that it was supposed to make them more aerodynamic, but wouldn't a smooth object go faster than a dimpled one?
Hi, this website explains the aerodynamics of the dimples in the golf ball that makes it faster than its smooth counterpart. I hope it helps. Regards.
Golf balls have dimples because these dimples maximize the distance golf ball travel. It is known that a dimple balls travel up to four times further than a smooth surfaced ball.
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