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You Say Football, I Say Soccer
The number of panels in a soccer ball's cover can vary. Professional teams use a 32-panel ball made of 20 six-sided and 12 five-sided pieces, just like Buckminster Fuller's Bucky Ball. The cover is made from a synthetic leather that won't absorb water like natural leather does. The panels are stitched together with polyester or Kevlar cord. The best balls are hand-stitched. Ordinary soccer balls are machine stitched, and cheap practice balls can be glued together. Since 2005, some soccer ball covers have been thermally molded.
The heart of a soccer ball, under some layers of lining, is a bladder made of natural or synthetic rubber.
Of course, none of this has anything whatsoever to do with golf balls. We just thought it was interesting.
The designs are printed on high quality, two-piece construction golf balls developed for consistent control, distance, and durability. These balls are meant to be used. The high-gloss inks won't chip or fade. They come in clear gift packaging with the design facing forward. Contact us if you'd like to special order one individual design of golf ball. The minimum quantity for specially ordered loose balls is 72 assorted.