Why Do Golf Balls Have Dimples?
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Originally, golf balls were smooth, but golfers noticed that balls that were beat up with nicks and bumps seemed to fly farther.

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Aerodynamic engineers looked at this and realized that the nicks and bumps induce turbulence in the layer of air next to the ball, which reduces drag and increases lift.
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