Sure, but golf ball lift is Magnus lift, which has to do with the rotation. The dimples just make the airflow more turbulent, which has the effect of giving the golf ball more lift than otherwise.
Wings generate lift through making a downward force on the airflow, which consequently provides an equal upward force on the wing, which is lift. In symmetrical wing shapes, this is accomplished by angling the wing upward a bit relative to the direction of motion, so that air hitting the bottom gets forced downward, and the plane gets forced upward.
Bullets don’t do either- they’re not angled relative to the direction of motion, and I suspect (IANA physicist) that any Magnus lift on a bullet if there is any, would be perpendicular in some direction to the bullet’s direction of motion, since the bullet is traveling along the axis of the spin, which is opposite of a golf ball, which usually has backspin, the axis of which is more or less perpendicular to the direction of motion.
And bullets spin entirely for stabilization, not for lift.