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Golf ball deforms when it slams at 150mph on the wall [Slow Motion]
posted January 9 2013 21:38.46 by Giorgos Lazaridis




See how this golf ball deforms when it slams on solid surface at 150mph... Slow motion video shoot at 70.000fps



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