The only thing I don't like about golf is that my balls don't change color in the sun. (Yes, that reads funny). Finally, that problem has been solved by Henkaq, a Japanese company that has invented golf balls that change color when exposed to the sun. The balls are treated with a photochromic compound similar to the compound used in glasses that automatically tint.
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Japanese Golf Balls That Change Color In The Sun
- By: Jeremy GutscheDec 2, 2005 Updated: Jun 16 2011