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Raymond A Ebbing: Golf putter. Herbert E Haynes Jr, October 24, 1978: US04121832 (205 worldwide citation)

A golf club for putting comprising a variably configurable head which includes a carrier body having a demountably attached striker insert assembly. The striker insert assembly is formed with a cavity for containing removable weights and may be attached in various ways to the carrier body to change ...


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Richard R Sanchez: Golf ball dimple pattern. Karsten Manufacturing Corporation, Darrell F Marquette, Herbert E Haynes Jr, October 5, 1993: US05249804 (149 worldwide citation)

A golf ball has dimples formed in its outer spherical surface and arranged in a geodesic pattern defined by a plurality of imaginary grid lines which divide the outer spherical surface into an icosahedron having twenty triangular regions. Each triangular region is defined by three of the grid lines ...


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David E Wright, John A Solheim, Daniel J Kubica: Golf club head with tuning and vibration control means. Karsten Manufacturing, Darrell F Marquette, Herbert E Haynes Jr, January 21, 1997: US05595552 (139 worldwide citation)

A golf club head includes a heel end, a toe end, a front face arranged to impact a golf ball, and a back face disposed rearwardly of the front face. A perimeter weighting element protrudes rearwardly away from the front face and defines a cavity in the back face. The perimeter weighting element incl ...


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Wayne L Mullins: Interlocking cementitious building blocks. Herbert E Haynes Jr, August 22, 1978: US04107894 (114 worldwide citation)

Cementitious building blocks having upstanding male projections on one planar surface and recessed female cavities on the opposite surface. The male projections and female cavities are disposed in special identical geometric arrays which allows interlocked mortarless assembly of a plurality of such ...


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John M Cutchaw: Apparatus for cooling high-density integrated circuit packages. Herbert E Haynes Jr, April 26, 1983: US04381032 (101 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for cooling a high-density integrated circuit package including a base in which the circuit package is mounted and a heat exchanger which mounts on the base to enclose the circuit package and carry away the heat generated by operation thereof by means of a fluid coolant which is passed ...


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Enrico E DiVito: Oral hygiene apparatus. Herbert E Haynes Jr, June 16, 1987: US04672953 (95 worldwide citation)

An oral hygiene apparatus for facilitating the accomplishment of an oral hygiene program. The apparatus includes liquid injection ports and a suction opening which are located proximate the bristles provided on the apparatus with the liquid injection ports being coupled to a remote source of liquid ...


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Solheim Karsten: Golf club head with weight pad. Karsten Manufacturing Corporation, Herbert E Haynes Jr, Darrell F Marquette, May 10, 1994: US05310186 (88 worldwide citation)

A golf club head made of a suitable metal such as stainless steel includes a hollow body and a hosel. The hollow body has a top wall, a bottom wall, a side wall, and a front wall with a face arranged for impacting golf balls. The hollow body has a weight pad which provides the golf club head with in ...


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John A Solheim, Gregory J Schmidt: Golf bag with extensible support stand. Karsten Manufacturing Corporation, Herbert E Haynes Jr, May 30, 1989: US04834235 (80 worldwide citation)

A lightweight carry bag for golf clubs is provided with an automatically extensible bag stand which supports the golf bag in a propped-up position whenever the golf bag is set down during the course of playing a game of golf. The bag stand is configured to operate in the manner of a toggle mechanism ...


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Karsten Solheim: Weighted cavity back golf club set. Karsten Manufacturing Corporation, Herbert E Haynes Jr, March 16, 1993: US05193805 (78 worldwide citation)

A correlated set of golf clubs the heads of which each have a top ridge that extends longitudinally along the upper part of the head between the heel and toe ends thereof with enlarged mass concentrations being formed to provide upper protuberances at the heel and toe ends of the ridge. The top ridg ...


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Karsten Solheim: Golf ball. Herbert E Haynes Jr, March 31, 1987: US04653758 (76 worldwide citation)

A golf ball is formed by a special method and molds so that its cover, which is formed from a pair of hemispherical cover blanks that are moldingly fused into a unitary golf ball cover, has the fused junction of the cover blanks and the molding flash produced by the molding operation extending aroun ...