KIC000038 - States Golf Association, or USGA, in 1932...

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States Golf Association, or USGA, in 1932 marking the first time there had ever been a standard set for the golf ball i. The weight has been set at a maximum of 1.620 01 ii. The diameter has been set with a minimum of 1.68 in iii. After testing methods were established the maximum velocity of the ball was set at 250 feet per second or 170 mph b. With the recent developments of "space age" materials such as plastic, silicon and rubber the technological advancements has been increasing exponentially in the last 30 years. Conclusion: I. Signal the end: So as we wrap up our discussion on the history of the golf ball, I hope you take something away from what I have said. II. Reinforce the Central Idea: As you have seen through my research, my profession golf association education and my experience as a player, the golf ball has had quite a history since its invention, starting with the feathery it has undergone some very drastic changes like the use of a rubber core and cover in 1898 to eventually reach the point of where it is today as the standardized piece of golf equipment that all golfers love to use. III. Strong Closing Line: Now the next time someone asks you to name something that travels at 170 mph immediately after it takes off you can tell them
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