*  Stidental Instruments USA, Best Dental Instruments, Implant
Taper Gutta Percha Points .Bulk Slide Bx Ass. XF-Med. (120 Points/Bx) Dental Metal ... Taper Gutta Percha Points .04 Assorted Size 15-40 (60 Points per Box) Dental Meta ...
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*  Who & Where
2 Rich BrahamThe Bengals' longtime lineman played his college ball in his hometown of Morgantown, where he was the Mountaineers ... hickory-shafted clubs and gutta-percha balls.. 6 Bimbo Coles. The 13-year NBA guard from Lewisburg is Virginia Tech's career ... The Bengals' longtime lineman played his college ball in his hometown of Morgantown, where he was the Mountaineers' MVP and an ...
  https://www.si.com/vault/2003/09/22/8118908/who--where
*  Golf analysis: Distance gains not alarming | Leader-Telegram
"Don't read into this that we are proposing going back to hickories and gutta percha balls in the future," Davis said. "But it ... when he switched over to the gutta percha.. Tiger Woods used a replica of the gutta percha during a practice round at St. ... That was the Haskell golf ball, which replaced the gutta percha. The year was 1905. ... He drove his Nike golf ball to the edge of the ninth green. He hit driver and a 5-iron just over the green with the guttie. ...
  http://www.leadertelegram.com/Sports/2018/03/07/div-class-libPageBodyLinebreak-Distance-gains-not-alarming-div.html
*  Golf at www.ThaiLaws.com
A ball made from gutta percha. It lost popularity when the wound ball was introduced at the beginning of the 20th century. ... The ball must not be moved. Lost Ball. If after a five-minute search, a ball cannot be found, a competitor is penalized one ... A player may choose to deem a ball unplayable, taking a penalty stroke and dropping the ball no nearer the hole. A ball that is ... Where the ball is in relation to the ground it is resting on. The more embedded in the grass or sand the ball is, the worse the ...
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*  Patente US8047933 - Golf ball - Google Patentes
... and a dimple pattern on the surface of the golf ball having an average dimple volume of the equator region Ve, an average ... The present invention is to a golf ball having an equator at latitude 0 and two poles; and an equator region defined by ... These "feathery" golf balls were subsequently replaced with a single piece golf ball made from "gutta percha," a naturally ... The first golfers in the 1800's realized that gutta-percha golf balls with damaged or indented surfaces flew better than smooth ...
  http://www.google.es/patents/US8047933?dq=flatulence
*  Timeline of golf history (1353-1850) - Wikipedia
1848 - Invention of the "guttie," the gutta-percha ball. It flies farther than the feathery and is much less expensive to make ... 1642 - John Dickson receives a licence as ball-maker for Aberdeen. 1658 - Golf is banned from the streets of Albany, New York- ... The longest drive ever recorded with a feathery ball, 361 yards, is achieved by Samuel Messieux at Elysian Fields. 1842 - The ... Invention of the featherie ball. King James VI of Scotland and I of England confirms the right of the populace to play golf on ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_golf_history_(1353%E2%80%931850)
*  Ben Sayers - Wikipedia
Sayers had a reputation for making good quality gutta-percha golf balls. Sayers was born in Leith, Edinburgh, Scotland. After ... from gutta-percha balls and the "Benny" putter (the first to have a square-edged handgrip) to, in later years, the first set of ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ben_Sayers
*  Timeline of golf history (1851-1945) - Wikipedia
The use of moulds is instituted to dimple the gutta-percha ball. Golfers had long noticed that the guttie worked in the air ... The ball is eventually discontinued; at this time the Haskell ball achieves a dominance of the golf ball market. 1907 Arnaud ... The Haskell ball is designed and patented by Coburn Haskell. It is the first rubber-cored ball. Church Stretton Golf Club is ... An obstructing ball within 6 inches (15 cm) of the hole could be marked and moved regardless of the distance between the balls ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_golf_history_(1851%E2%80%931945)
*  US20070238552A1 - Propylene elastomer compositions and golf balls that include such compositions - Google Patents
A golf ball including a core comprising a center; an outer cover layer; and one or more intermediate layers, wherein at least ... propylene elastomer/ionomer composition can be used to make the outer cover layer and/or the intermediate layer of a golf ball ... These "feathery" golf balls were subsequently replaced with a single piece golf ball made from "gutta percha," a naturally ... Three Piece Ball Examples. * A series of three-piece (i.e., core, mantle, and cover) golf balls were prepared. The balls were ...
  https://patents.google.com/patent/US20070238552A1/en
*  James Bradbeer - Wikipedia
As a young man he learned how to make his own gutta-percha golf balls and also apprenticed as a club maker. One of his golf ... He made his own gutta-percha golf balls and was also a club maker. Bradbeer was a frequent competitor in the Open Championship- ... ball designs from circa 1904 was a bramble-patterned golf ball he called "The Finch". Bradbeer was a professional at Finchley ... "Lot 228 -- A James Bradbeer Finch bramble patterned gutty golf ball circa 1900". bonhams.com. Retrieved 27 July 2015. https:// ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Bradbeer
*  A History of the Golf Ball - The Plastics Historical Society
Gutta Percha, The Plastic Of Its Time July 31st, 2012 * Plastics Repair Update 2 July 31st, 2012 ... A History of the Golf Ball This content is restricted to site members. If you are an existing member, please log in. New users ... Home/Premium Content for Members/Design & Manufacture/A History of the Golf Ball ...
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*  Kostis: Golf Will Survive! - Geoff Shackelford
When the Haskell ball replaced the gutta-percha, traditionalists cried out that this was going to make golf courses obsolete ... Finally, graphite is replacing some steel and the solid-core, muti-layered golf ball has replaced the wound, balata ball, and, ... all because the ball can't be rolled back a bit...eh, why am I wondering?. Ah, but then the conflicted view of supporting ... because most people would just like to see a little ball rollback, and let all of the other 'change' stand. Anyway, time for ...
  https://www.geoffshackelford.com/homepage/2006/9/13/kostis-golf-will-survive.html
*  US7699714B1 - Multi-functional golf training apparatus and associated method - Google Patents
In 1848 golfers started using a solid gutta-percha ball called "the gutty", and in 1899 an American inventor introduced the ... eliminate coming over the top and slicing the golf ball; eliminate flipping the golf ball and creating flat shots at impact; ... Much of the focus of golf occurs at the putting green, since the principle object of the game is to sink a golf ball into a ... It was based on a Roman game called paganica, which used a bent stick and a leather ball stuffed with feathers. Golf was banned ...
  https://patents.google.com/patent/US7699714B1/en
*  Patente US6774187 - Golf ball cores comprising blends of polybutadiene rubbers - Google Patentes
A golf ball comprising a solid core and a cover disposed about the core, wherein the core is formed from a polybutadiene blend ... Other suitable adducts for the elastomeric composition of the intermediate layer include natural rubber; balata; gutta-percha; ... The ball may also be a one-piece ball having a homogenous core comprising a blend of BR, and a coating around the core. The ... The ball may be a two-piece, multi-layer, or wound ball having cores comprising a blend of BR of the types disclosed herein, as ...
  http://www.google.es/patents/US6774187
*  Golf ball - Wikipedia
"Golf ball inventor dead" (PDF). The New York Times. April 26, 1904. Retrieved 2009-05-18. "gutta percha golf balls". The ... This ball was commonly called a "British" ball, while the golf ball approved by the USGA was simply the "American ball". The ... Robert Adams Paterson (sometimes spelled Patterson) invented the gutta-percha ball (or guttie, gutty). The guttie was made from ... A golf ball is a special ball designed to be used in the game of golf. Under the rules of golf, a golf ball has a mass no more ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Golf_ball
*  Robert Adams Paterson - Wikipedia
Robert Adams Paterson (c. 1829 - 1904) was the inventor of the gutta-percha golf ball (or guttie) in 1848. Paterson was born in ... "Golf Ball Inventor Dead". The New York Times. April 26, 1904. Flemma, Jay. "Old Tom: Still Watching Over the Old Course". ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Adams_Paterson
*  Kevin Mitchell at the Masters | Sport | The Guardian
Even if they made us hit wooden drivers and gutta-percha balls, I'd show up and be happy just to be there.' ... Ever the scientist, Woods recognised the metal-headed fairway 'senior club' would help him to plop the ball more easily on to ... that every hacker knows gives the ball more air-time. Woods used it first last year and its appearance here this week set the ...
  https://www.theguardian.com/sport/2006/apr/09/golf.masters
*  Kolven - Wikipedia
... when balls made of gutta-percha, an early form of rubber, were introduced. These balls were larger still, the gutta-percha ... Sajet balls and rubber balls require the use of different size clubs; the head on rubber ball club is larger than that used for ... This is because the rubber ball is slightly larger and heavier than the sajet ball. The aim of the game is to hit the ball ... The balls are quite large and are made either of rubber or sajet (wool covered with leather). The rubber balls are the most ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kolven
*  Willie Hoare - Wikipedia
His drive was unusually long for the day as the gutta-percha ball was still in use at that time. Henry Gullane finished second ... Hoare was a long hitter of the golf ball. In a driving contest prior to the 1899 U.S. Open he won with a long drive measuring ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Willie_Hoare
*  Henry Gullane - Wikipedia
The big drives were long by 19th century standards as the gutta-percha ball was still in use at that time. In 1900 Gullane was ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henry_Gullane
*  Peter Paxton - Wikipedia
... considerable inventiveness when in 1892 he created a machine that would produce several thousand gutta-percha golf balls weekly ... His golf ball inventions included the Bramble and Sirdar models, the former being the ball of choice for Harry Vardon at one ... Balls, clubs and other items made by Paxton were displayed on the golf stall at the Sports and Pastimes Exhibition at the ... Paxton was an expert club and ball maker. ... Paxton was an expert club and ball maker, his clubs being ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_Paxton
*  Willie Anderson (golfer) - Wikipedia
He won titles with both the old gutta-percha golf ball, and the rubber-cored ball which came into use in 1902. Anderson also ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Willie_Anderson_(golfer)
*  Gutta-percha - Wikipedia
The "guttie" golf ball (which had a solid gutta-percha core) revolutionized the game. Gutta-percha remained an industrial ... as gutta-percha points. Gutta-percha allows more bacterial leakage with endodontic surgery as compared to Resilon. Gutta-percha ... Germplasm Resources Information Network: Palaquium Gutta-percha on the Transatlantic cable site The Gutta Percha Company on the ... of gutta-percha was imported into Britain. During the second half of the 19th century, gutta-percha was used for myriad ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gutta-percha
*  The Green Blazer, Superhero Columnist of Golf: 2012
Around 1850, the gutta-percha ball made its way to the home of golf. Gutta-percha is a kind of tree sap which golf ball makers ... After wood balls and before the gutta-percha, the golf ball of choice was a feathery. Featheries consisted of a leather casing ... WHAT'S WEIRDER: A bird trying to steal your golf ball, or a golf ball that looks like a mini soccer ball? This made Golf ... This is something easily forgotten when robotically hitting ball after ball. If the driving range charges you a dollar to putt ...
  http://thegreenblazer.blogspot.com/2012/
*  Galleywood - Wikipedia
It was played with a gutta-percha ball and clubs with hickory shafts hence the seemingly generous "Par" score allocations for ... just a great expanse of gorse and heather where more time was spent hunting for the balls than actually playing. Chelmsford ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Galleywood