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Discussing about Mini Golf Balls

Mini Golf ball is special for Mini Golf, Indoor golf, adventure golf courses, for the course size is limited, base on the standard 2-Piece Golf ball, Mini Golf balls also has Low bounce(Dead) ball,  Floater(only for mini golf)balls,Novelty balls,Neon/blacklight golf balls,putt putt/cut proof balls, and the Glow in dark ball,Led Glowing balls, Light active flash golf balls, Night golf ball for Night golf course play. Kinray Golf offers the widest section of quality Mini golf balls in the industries,with durable life time,competition price, balls can adjust according customer need. all the logo prints and novelty print ideas are welcomed. At the mean time, we have large stock for the balls, each small quality is acceptable. Colored Mini Golf ball- Standard golf ball bounce, with vivid colors, cut-proff surface coated. Floater Mini Golf balls – Specil designed for water golf course,or water hole design ,stable floatability,nerver sink. Ordinary we done color white, also vivid colors are fine. Novelty Golf balls – prints as famous Emoji, sports series, all the traditional designs and new custom prints balls are avaliable. Neon/Blacklight golf balls – Shinning colors, blacklight responsive, special for blacklight indoor golf coures, four colors for choice:red,orange,yellow,green. Glow in dark, Led golf ball,

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Choosing Miniature Golf Supplies

Miniature golf is an excellent way to release some stress and enjoy some competition among players. Building your very own miniature golf course is not a bad idea, in fact it can help you experience golf in your own way, and its most importance how to to get series quality Miniature golf supplies, to enjoy the whole mini golf game. The first on the list would be mini golf balls. It is not necessary to buy an expensive and top of the line balls with aerodynamic dimples in them. What’s important is to buy a lot of colorful vivid golf balls, so each player can use their own special balls, Miniature golf balls come in a lot of colors but it’s better to get those bright and flashy ones, like hot pink, optic orange, neon green, Blacklight responsive,UV glow or one could settle for the ordinary colors. Putters are next on to-have list of miniature golf supplies. Putters and balls go hand in hand at all times. One should consider there are different putter sizes before buying. There are putters for children and for adults. Various putters with different measurements to accommodate short and tall customers are available. It is

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How do dimples in golf balls affect their flight?

Engineers and scientists in the golf industry study the impact between a golf club and a golf ball to determine the ball’s so-called launch conditions. The impact typically lasts only 1/2000 of a second, but it establishes the ball’s velocity, launch angle and spin rate. After this brief impact the ball’s trajectory is controlled entirely by gravity and aerodynamics–no matter how much the golfer hopes or curses. As a result, aerodynamic optimization–achieved through dimple pattern design–is a critical part of overall golf ball development. A smooth golf ball hit by a professional golfer would travel only about half as far as a golf ball with dimples does. Most golf balls have between 300 and 500 dimples, which have an average depth of about 0.010 inch. The lift and drag forces on a golf ball are very sensitive to dimple depth: a depth change of 0.001 inch can produce a radical change to the ball’s trajectory and the overall distance it can fly. Dimples have traditionally been spherical in shape, but it is possible to optimize the aerodynamic performance of other shapes. Air exerts a force on any object moving through it. Holding your arm out of the window of a

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Differences Between Two-Piece and One-Piece Golf Balls

When golfers consider equipment, they generally think first about their clubs. Golf balls may have to compete with shoes, gloves, bags or even a golfer’s attire for second place on the equipment list. But players should also consider the characteristics of their golf balls, including their construction. Golf Ball Construction As of 2012, golf balls contain from one to five layers. The one common piece on all balls is the cover. Each item beneath the cover counts as an additional piece. The most complex golf balls contain five pieces, including a core, plus three separate, inner layers. One-Piece Balls The cheapest and most basic golf ball, the one-piece model, is made of the same material inside and out. A one-piece ball made of surlyn, for example, is just one solid, rock-like surlyn sphere with a dimpled surface. This is the type of golf ball you will find at a mini-golf putting course. Much harder than a multiple-piece ball, the one-piece variety is sometimes found on driving ranges. It won’t travel as far as a multi-piece ball and really shouldn’t be used on the course. Two-Piece Balls A two-piece ball often has a surlyn,or urethane-covered, two-piece ball. Inside is a core

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Range Balls in Golf and How They Compare to Regular Balls

A “range ball” or “driving range ball” is exactly that: a golf ball manufactured specifically for use on a golf driving range. They often have a colored stripe (most often black, red or green) around their circumference and may have the word “range” or “practice” printed on them. Or they might be solid yellow with black stripes around the circumference. Golfers pay for range balls in bulk – the proverbial “bucket of balls” – at driving ranges, with rates depending on the number of balls (the size of the bucket) rented. Range balls can also be purchased in bulk by golfers who want to use them outside of a driving range setting (for example, take them to a park, hit them, pick them up). Are Range Balls Built the Same Way as Regular Golf Balls? Not quite. Because range balls are built to be hit over and over and over again on driving ranges, by golfers of widely varying abilities, they have to be able to hold up to that punishment for an extended time. Most generic range balls have a solid-core, 2-piece construction, but with very hard covers: They must be better than regular golf balls at resisting cutting,

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Mini Golf Rules

Miniature golf is generally enjoyed by those looking for friendly entertainment but is taken more seriously as a competitive sport in a variety of professional leagues. Across the globe, you’ll find families, teenagers and couples as well as experts playing this skilled putting game. Game Setup Mini golf or putt-putt golf does not require much from the individuals playing once the miniature golf course is picked out. The only equipment players need are a putter and a golf ball, which are supplied at the course. Each course has unique variations so every hole is different. According to World Minigolf Sport Federation, obstacles on the course must be fixed for the purpose of play. They cannot totally hinder a shot. Objective Mini golf courses have 18 marked holes that are numbered. Players must complete each hole in number order without skipping any hole. Players use their putters to hit the golf ball from the tee area and straight into the hole. The objective is to make it into each hole in as few strokes as possible. Every stroke taken counts as a point, although many courses limit players to a maximum of seven strokes per hole. The player with the fewest

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Golf Rules

Object of the Game The object of the game is simple enough: to get your ball from the tee (the starting point of any hole) to the green and ultimately into the hole in as few shots as possible. “The hole” refers both to the physical hole marked by a flag into which the ball must be sunk and also the entire area from the tee to the green. This may be considered one unit of the course, with a standard course consisting of 18 separate holes played in turn. Players & Equipment Golf is usually played individually, with a professional tournament generally consisting of around 80-160 players playing in groups of three or four, competing against each other. There are also team tournaments, the most notable being the Ryder Cup played between Europe and the USA. In this format 12 players from each side compete in a mixture of singles matches, played one against one, and doubles, two against two. The equipment used in golf is highly regulated, with exact specifications for almost everything, from the exact make and model of clubs that are allowed, to the size and shape of the grooves on their face (the surface with

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The History of Golf

Golf originated from a game played on the eastern coast of Scotland, in an area close to the royal capital of Edinburgh. In those early days players would attempt to hit a pebble over sand dunes and around tracks using a bent stick or club. During the 15th century, Scotland prepared to defend itself, yet again, against an invasion by the ‘Auld Enemy’. The nation’s enthusiastic pursuit of golf however, led many to neglect their military training, so much so that the Scottish parliament of King James II banned the sport in 1457. Although people largely ignored the ban, it was only in 1502 that the game gained the royal seal of approval when King James IV of Scotland (1473 -1513) became the world’s first golfing monarch. The popularity of the game quickly spread throughout 16th century Europe thanks to this royal endorsement. King Charles I brought the game to England and Mary Queen of Scots (pictured to the right) introduced the game to France when she studied there; the term ‘caddie’ derives from the name for her French military aides, known as cadets. One of the premier golf courses of the day was at Leith near Edinburgh which hosted the first international golf match in 1682,

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