The Gutta Percha ball was the first major development in the evolution of the golf ball as it made golf attainable for the masses. The ball was made from the resin of the Sapodilla tree indigenous to Malaysia and originally imported for use in dentistry.
The resin when heated in hot water was found to become very soft and easy to shape. later balls also had patterns which could affect the flight of the ball. The modern ball has a dimple pattern which was a follow on from the Gutta Percha period. The Bramble version was the version that most resembles todays dimple patterns. This ball is a close resemblance to an authentic Gutta Percha and is playable.
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