The professional golfer can hit a golf ball at a speed of 120 to 134 mph, resulting in a spin rate of 2800 to 3500 revolutions per minute, and a distance over 200 yards. To get a better understanding of how the ball performs under different conditions, and to gather data for designing the next

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