A Realistic View of the Moment of Impact
By mustang6560 on 10/30/13

A couple weeks ago, we posted a video of what a golf ball looks like when it's hit by a steel plate at 150mph. A few oobers challenged the authenticity of the video as the golf ball appeared to turn into Jell-O. Well, we found another slow motion video of the moment of impact, courtesy of Titleist. In addition to showing us what happens to a golf ball at impact, the video also provides us with a cool behind-the-scenes look at the Titleist R&D lab.

h/t Eye on Golf

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[ comments ]
birdieXris says:
That's more like it.
Matt McGee says:
That looks more like the pattern that's left on the face of my driver... usually somewhere around the heel.
Torleif Sorenson says:
BX is right. It is more commensurate with the slow-motion video they show us during golf tournaments on TV. And my late step-grandfather, who helped develop test-and-measuring devices for 3M, probably would have enjoyed meeting Paul Furze.

Nathan, thanks for posting this!
golfingbumunderpar64 says:
I'm so jealous of that kinda job.
jfurr says:
That other video is fake and has been going around in email chains a few years
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