Tanaka, Jennifer
March 2002
Newsweek;3/18/2002, Vol. 139 Issue 11, p12
Highlights the Staff True golf ball by Wilson. Claim that the ball rolls straighter than other balls; Declaration that the True ball equalizes the density of the golf ball's solid cover to prevent veering.


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