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Why Do Golf Balls Have Dimples?

You’d think a totally smooth surface would be better at flying through the air with the least amount of wind resistance. So why do golf balls have all those little indentations? So they can use the air against itself.

Ah, golf, the thing you watch when nothing else is on and you’re not energetic enough to get off the couch. Since putting is never interesting unless the golfers are trying to time it so they don’t get their balls knocked aside by a windmill, and the audience isn’t privy to the whispers about which kind of club the golfer will use, the whole draw of the sport is pretty much seeing a clean white ball flying through the vast blue sky.

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