1. Professional Baseball
2. The Birth of Aviation
4. Modern Day Golf Ball
From wood to boiled feathers, golf balls have been through many iterations, but the most modern form was created by Coburn Haskell in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1898.
"Rubber core golf balls? I'll believe it when I see it." —Some Ancient Golfer Dude
Originally, people were skeptical, until 1902, when one of these balls was used for 72 holes straight. Seeing IS believing. Get your Ohio golf on at one of the many courses or get a taste of golf history at The Jack Nicklaus Museum.