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Tungsten core golf balls.
An example of the element Tungsten

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Tungsten Tungsten core golf balls
Tungsten core golf balls.
Golf balls? Tungsten? Lord knows what makes anyone think this would help them, but I guess if you're bad enough at the game, you'll buy anything. I don't know if these actually have any tungsten in them: I sure can't find any. It's possible there is a trivial amount of tungsten powder scattered in the rubber core. It's on my list of things to test next time I visit the XRF machine.
Source: eBay seller kidkayo
Contributor: Theodore Gray
Acquired: 19 August, 2003
Price: $5.50/15
Size: 2"
Purity: 1%
Sample Group: Golf Equipment
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