Golf Ball - Aerodynamics Case Study

The aerodynamics of the golf ball is not well understood due to its details and its aerodynamic effects, which are not available in the public domain. The air travels fast at the lower part creating a low-pressure region and at the top, the air travels slow creating a higher-pressure region, and thus creating the lift. This study includes the effect of drag and lift at different velocities to understand the physics behind the golf ball.