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Why do golf balls have dents?

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A dimpled balls travel up to four times farther than smooth-surfaced golf ball.

The dimples, those little depressions manufactured into golf balls, control the air flow over the spinning ball.

Golf balls have dimples because when it is hit, it spins as fast as eight thousand revolutions per minute.

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