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The majority of the time, golf is all about whacking a tiny ball into the air, hurtling it across hundreds of yards. To aid them in their flight, golf balls are designed to be aerodynamic. If you ever wondered why each sphere is covered in small dimples, that is because they create an additional layer of turbulent air as the wind flows off the craters. Otherwise, they would not fly as high or as far, decreasing your chances of a hole-in-one and creating a less interesting sport.
The only problem with the design is that the ball must eventually return to earth. Golf is often played on grassy fairways, and the dimples make the ball more susceptible to picking up dirt and loose grass as it rolls toward the hole. When golf balls get dirty like this, the additional debris can add to their weight and affect their delicate aerodynamic balance. The extra heft may be infinitesimal, sure, but the effect can be massive.
Using golf ball washers after each game, or even after each hole, is highly recommended. A good wash with some high-quality detergent can remove any potential inhibitions to your performance. If you want to make that tedious task as quick and easy as possible, let the machines and devices in our inventory help you out.