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DuPont Helps Nike Tee Off Golf Ball 

Many of us at Resin Resource are avid golfers so we found this story from Plastics News especially interesting as it combines business information with leisure activity.


DuPont Helps Nike Tee Off Golf Ball

DuPont Co. and Nike Inc. are joining forces to make golfers’ dreams come true — with a golf ball that goes farther and straighter, thanks to a core made from a DuPont plastic material.

Wilmington-based DuPont and Nike — the sports giant based in Beaverton, Ore. — unveiled the Nike 20XI golf ball on Feb. 15. The ball — which will be commercially available in late April — has a core made of DuPont’s HPF-brand ionomer, a specialty thermoplastic resin.

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