For the dimples of the golf balls, I used candy molds. But even then, I had to dip only one side of a cake ball at a time and make sure I used just the right amount of candy melt (so the molds wouldn't overflow once I placed the cake ball in the mold). After I attached the two halves together, I chiseled all the way around to get rid of any unsightly seams.
Two days before the pick up date I actually spent four hours trying to figure out what method would work best for putting the logo on. Initially I made my own stencil of the logo and protected it with mailing tape, but when I tried to hold it over the golf ball and "color" it in, the result was just a smeared mess. I tried using royal icing and edible markers (which I really don't like to use to decorate treats) for the stencil, and I even tried piping the logo freehand onto the golf balls. None were to my satisfaction. Finally, I remembered I had rice paper and edible ink so I experimented with that, and added a red sprinkle to finish off the logo.
Below are the golf balls packaged to go to the driving range - that would be interesting, wouldn't it?
I hope these golf balls are a hole-in-one at the office!
Here is one of the Regus golf balls with my own golf balls:
Which one is made of cake? ;)