I have developed a hobby that grew out of a curiosity about how golf balls are constructed. I make objects like clocks from golf balls that have been cut in half to reveal their interior. (For more information on this see: http://interiorgolf.weebly.com/).
In the course of cutting some golf balls in half I came across one (older Callaway model) that looks like it was manufactured incorrectly, see attachment below.
Notice how the core is off center, or lopsided. I imagine this would affect the flight of the ball if the density of the core and the second outer layer is significantl