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This week’s assignment has given me an opportunity to right about something that is near and dear to my heart, GOLF. I’ll be discussing the invention of the Golf Ball in this paper. The first record of an inventor that was documented was given to Reverend Adam Paterson in 1848. The invention of the first golf ball took place in the early 1400’s in Scotland, and when you look at the modern day golf ball you’d clearly see that it has come a long way over the past 600 plus years. The first golf balls that came about during this time period were simply made of wood. There were the first ever man made golf balls, so it’s safe to say the look and characteristics of this ball were unique seeing how it was the first of its kind. The wooden golf ball made the game of golf a very difficult experience due to the design of the ball. This kind of ball was used up until the 17 th century where the Feathery golf ball was created. This ball was made of a leather type material and was stuffed with feathers. The ball was merely a leather sack stuffed with
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