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Quick Clips: Titleist Golf Balls Get Painted, Stamped

Have you ever wondered how the finishing touches of a golf ball are processed? Well, Titleist gives us an inside look thanks to a couple of cool Instagram clips.

This first clip shows the Titleist balls being sprayed with its bright white coating.

The next clip shows the Titleist logo and ball number being imprinted.

Throughout our rigorous manufacturing process, the Titleist golf ball earns its script. #1ballingolf

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For nerds that want to go deeper, up top is a lengthier (but still short) video, detailing the entire golf ball production process – with the great Jim Nantz doing voice-over.

Finally, here’s a bonus clip of a Titleist employee named Luanne Edwards who has been with the Massachusetts-based company for 29 years and proudly makes the urethane cover mixture. She also has one of the most awesome Boston accents you’ll ever hear.

Jeff Smith

Jeff is a writer and content producer for Pro Golf Weekly. He is working on a book, documenting the 2017 and 2018 seasons on the major golf tours.

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