There are many different types of bowling balls for league bowlers. The most common type of bowling ball is the house ball. House balls are usually made of plastic and are not as durable as the more expensive bowling balls.
They are also not as effective at hooking as the more expensive balls.
The next type of bowling ball is the tournament ball. Tournament balls are made of a harder material and are designed to hook more. They are also more expensive than house balls.
The last type of bowling ball is the personal ball. Personal balls are made of the same material as tournament balls but are not as expensive. They are also not as effective at hooking as the more expensive balls.
The Infinite PhysiX is destined to get the bowling world’s attention. When you craft vivacity with the same detail you craft performance, you create the Storm Premier Line. They’re more than mere bowling balls.
They deliver motion with style. Entry angle with carry. Born from a place of refinement and obsessively honed on the lanes, they come from somewhere else – so they feel like nothing else.
The Storm Infinite PhySix can be summed up in just a few short words…a stronger version of the IQ Tour. Despite the major differences between the 2 bowling balls (asym vs. sym, pearl vs. solid, 4000 vs 2000) the Infinite PhySix and IQ Tour have very similar ball motion.
However, the Infinite PhySix is a stronger ball overall. After drilling the Infinite PhySix and throwing it I had multiple people watching and saying how that looks like a stronger IQ Tour, I do agree! By far my favorite ball over the past multiple years, especially at the past 4 USBC Open tournaments my ball of choice has been an IQ Tour.
To see a ball with similar, but stronger motion was an enjoyment. For me this has been the best match-up of any of the PhySix line. Good on heavy oil and long oil patterns and even good as the pattern is breaking down.
Even though the Infinite has an asymmetrical weight it has a strong and smooth back-end transition, not snappy. If you like the IQ Tour and need something stronger or if you didn’t think the IQ was enough for you THIS IS YOUR BALL!!! I used the dual angle layout on the Infinite PhySix, 40x4x35.
The unstoppable force of the Rhino returns to the Brunswick lineup! The traditional light bulb core shape delivers a medium RG/medium differential rating, perfectly suited for a benchmark motion down the lane with power and control.
Combined with the new R-16 pearl reactive coverstock, this ball glides through the heads and conserves energy for the pins. Polished to a fine 500-grit Siaair/Royal Compound/Royal Shine finish, this ball is fantastic for entry-level bowlers and medium-dry lanes.
Here’s what Brunswick has to say about the Rhino: The Rhino balls feature our new R-16 reactive coverstock combined with a traditional light bulb core to deliver a perfect balance between power and control for entry level ball buyers.
Pin Length: 4 Starting Top Weight: 2. 3 oz Ball Weight: 15 lbs 4 oz DRILL PATTERN Ball: 65 x 5. 5 x 35 X Hole (if there is one): none BOWLER STYLE Rev Rate: 375 rpms Ball Speed:17. 5 mph PAP/Track: 4 3/4 over 3/4 up SURFACE PREP Grit: High gloss polish Type: (Matte, Polish, Sanded): Polished LANE CONDITIONS Lengths of patterns: 34 foot sport and 41 foot house Volumes: moderate to lower Type: house and sport BALL REACTION Length: Clean through the heads and midlane Back End: skid/flip Overall Hook: not very aggressive Midlane Read: none Breakpoint Shape: skid/flip COMMENTS Likes: Strong move off of friction and easy length on lighter conditions Dislikes: none The Rhino is a strong and smooth entry level ball from Brunswick.
It is a great value and hooks a bit more than you would expect. It is a little longer than the Strike King it replaces and a bit more angular at the breakpoint. I plan to use this ball when my benchmark balls, like the Danger Zone, are hooking too much.
When comparing it to the Danger zone it is about a 5 and 3 move right on the lane with my feet. The Rhino also hooks a few feet later. I believe it will see a good bit of use later in tournament blocks and when I need to start out playing right in the drier part of the lane during league.
If your looking for a great performance for a good value I recommend checking out the new Rhino.
Overall super happy not only with the ball but the site! What an amazing price and shipping was scarily fast! I got it in a day and a half after ordering! Beyond happy and bought another ball for my girl a couple days ago! Going to be buying my hook ball from yall soon once I save a little more ;).
The Storm Phaze III has the attributes of both an innovative core and coverstock technology. The fast-revving shape of the Velocity Core evens out the backend reaction without causing over-reaction. The low RG and high differential coverstock make this benchmark ball a go to for a variety of bowling styles and oil patterns.
The R3S Hybrid coverstock does a good job of blending the transitions on the lanes on medium oil conditions.
5 Stars isn’t enough for this ball Cover: R3S Hybrid Core: Velocity Finish: 1500 Polish RG: 2. 48 Differential: 0. 051 Me: Right-Handed Tweener Speed: 12-13 mph Rev Rate: 315 PAP: 4 7/8 Right 3/8 Up Ball Layout: Pin Over Ring 60 X 5 X 30 The long awaited Storm Phaze III is now available! The Phaze II has been the most successful ball released since the Hy-Road and there’s a reason you keep seeing it pop-up in PBA competition.
The Phaze III is the cleaner version of the Phaze II that every has been waiting for. The Phaze II was relatively clean and incredibly continuous for a solid cover ball, but the Phaze III is exactly what so many had hoped for; a ball that gives you the same motion on less oil.
I threw the Phaze III for the first time in a house where the backends tend to be very dry, most cleaner balls require so much angle through the front to create hold that I often have to trick the drilling to smooth them out for this house.
The Phaze III was certainly strong enough to use more angle through the front, the difference was that it opened up so much area for me down-lane that I felt like as long as I got it right of the headpin I could throw it almost anywhere and it would still go through the pins.
My second outing with it was in a house which has alot of friction in the front of the lane. This house slows down higher performance balls so much that I almost always opt for entry-level equipment to get my ball to retain energy.
Because of these differences I’ve never had one ball that looked good in both houses. The Phaze III defies this difference and again I felt like it opened up an unpresidented amount of area for me down-lane.
It’s predictable move is usually counter to a ball that will still retain energy when the fronts hook, but this ball isn’t like any other I’ve thrown. I also had the opportunity to throw the Phaze III in a tournament that used much more volume in the front of the lane.
I opted to start with my Phaze II the first few games of the block since there was so much oil in the front. Because of the varying transition that you see when moving lanes during tournaments like this one when the head oil goes its usually a guessing game with what ball is going to shape well enough without over-reading the heads.
I was grateful to see that going to the Phaze III let me keep an identical ball motion on this condition to the Phaze II. It was literally the easiest move to combat early friction I’ve ever made. The Phaze III is probably the most versatile ball I’ve ever thrown and everyone I’ve drilled for a customer has been critiqued the same way, regardless of style.
This ball would easily be my choice for the best ball released this year and I only see more and more of them on the lanes since their release.
When the Phaze III came out, everyone who loved the Phaze II and wanted something that was a little a bit cleaner with more pop rejoiced. The Phaze III combines R3S hybrid previously seen on the Intense Fire and the Velocity core.
I drilled mine with a 5. 5” pin distance and 35* VAL angle because I have zero axis tilt and a higher rev rate ~480rpm. With those stats being two handed, my ball has a larger footprint on the lane, so I went with the longer pin because I don’t need any extra help with flare potential, and the smaller val to keep the transition from hook phase to roll phases on the quicker side.
That allows me to use this piece to open up my angles and the backend later into blocks on medium to longer sport and recreational conditions. Once I threw the Phaze III at box for a few shots, I did what I do to almost every pearl/clean ball ball I own and I hit it with a light 3000, just enough to where it was still shiny but most of the factory polish luster itself was gone.
This brought the ball to life for me as far as usability. Since changing the surface, I’ve thrown it on 36’ Viper at 3000 just as an option to open angles up and throw it at the gutter if urethane creates hang left and it’s a fantastic option for that games 6-7-8.
It also looks really good on long length but medium volume like the WTBA Paris pattern, specifically when it’s laid out over a high friction lane surface. In those instances the Phaze III is actually in play earlier in the block because the front goes away so fast.
Generally for me the Phaze III has been a go-to ball once the lanes have defined a bit, the fronts have gone away, and I need free shim but not as much shim as say a hy-Road or hy-Road pearl. As far as where the Phaze III sits in comparison to other clean balls in the Storm/Roto family, for me it offers similar length and a much sharper shape than the Idol Pearl, but is earlier than the Emerald !Q and the Road series, while also being a faster response to friction as those as well.
Comparing to the MVP, visually the Phaze III shapes similarly to it, but is a few feet sooner in the midlane. If you’re looking for a clean ball to go to from a Phaze II, Idol series solid, or any other symmetric solid, you’re going to be hard pressed to find a better choice than the Phaze III because it’s so versatile, especially for bowlers who aren’t afraid to do slight surface tweaks here and there.
The Phaze III is the latest Master Line release from Storm. This version uses the R3S Hybrid cover, which we first saw on the Intense Fire from last year. The Phaze III has great shelf appeal with the combination of Obsidian, Jade, and Orchid.
The Phaze III uses the same core as the two previous releases called Velocity. This core has a low Rg of 2. 48 and a differential of 0. 051 in 15lbs. I drilled my Phaze III with a 4. 5” pin, and a 2.
5” pin buffer. The Phaze III with the out of the box finish of 1500 polish, is very clean to the spot, with a strong backend move. Compared to a Phaze II with a 4” pin and 2. 5” pin buffer, the III takes much longer to slow down, and is sharper off the spot.
I used a grey scotch brite pad to break in the surface and get the III to slow down a little more. Surprisingly, even with more surface, this didn’t really take anything away from the backends, but did make the III much more manageable through the front of the lane.
The added surface allowed me to keep the ball on line better, and not over squirt through the front of the lane. The Phaze III will be useful on lane conditions that are a bit more blended left to right, as the strong move at the breakpoint could get unpredictable on very wet dry patterns.
This will be a useful ball for players that need to chase a pattern in, but still need a strong core to help the ball spin up quickly. The Phaze III is different enough from the II to have both balls in a bowlers bag.
The two compliment each other very well, with the III being better suited for medium conditions. Thank you for taking the time to read my review of the Phaze III from Storm.
Hammer Infamous Bowling Ball | BowlersMart, Hammer Infamous Bowling Ball There is a lot to talk about with Hammer’s second September launch, the Infamous. The Infamous core is a new design, and while it’s symmetric, it is packed with technology.
Hammer is back to using multi-densities within the core to create new ball motions. The Infamous core has a large extradense flip block that sits on the top of the core body, and it features a radial disc on the bottom of the ball that helped give the original Obsession extra motion on the backend.
There are four densities on the inside of the Infamous, including the famous Carbon Fiber outer core.
The Infamous features a new solid reactive coverstock, Envy Solid. Finished at 500/1000/2000 Siaair Micro Pad. This makes for a fantastic benchmark solid that will manage medium to havy conditions with ease.
The smooth rolly motion of the core keeps you in control of the pocket and reads the mid lane for a trustworthy reaction. The coverstock can be tweaked to get more length if desired, but lets you keep the mid lane consistency.
Bring a new twist to your game with the Brunswick Twist! The Brunswick Twist begins the transition from the polyester precision of TZone into the entry-level performance of the Rhino. Featuring a high-RG core with a low differential for easy, controllable length, the Twist Low Differential Symmetric core allows for a very predictable and easy-to-learn motion on dry lanes.
Combined with a highly polished T-16 Pearl Reactive Coverstock, the Twist creates a mild reaction perfect for bone-dry lanes and bowlers looking to begin their journey into reactive equipment. Here’s what Brunswick has to say about Twist: Brunswick has a new Twist on ball performance.
The Twist creates easy length with a strong and controllable backend reaction on drier lane conditions. Available in four vibrant colors and weights 8 through 16 pounds. The Twist is sure to appeal to bowlers of all ages and skill levels.
I was hoping to just find a gold ball, but my search was unsuccessful. This was the closest I could get as this is for a birthday gift. I am so glad about the quality and awesome customer service that I will most definitely be purchasing from here again!.
I was really disappointed that the ball I got was WAY more swirled in color than the ball pictured. I really wanted the ball in the picture. I’m sure it will grow on me, I’m not returning it because it was the only ball where I really liked the color combination.
The Path Rising. Entry Level Pricing With High Performance Pyramid Technology. With ever-changing variables within the sport of bowling (e. g. lane conditions, ball speed, rev rate), this technology allows any bowler, from stroker to two-handed, to achieve peak performance on medium to medium-dry conditions.
Starting at the core of the ball, Pyramid Bowling offers a versatile ball motion in a lower price point – providing a good ball motion on a wide variety of lane conditions. The New Era 139 core offers a wide variety of drilling options, whether you drill the ball to go long and hook hard or drill the ball for strong roll and strong backend.
The combination of the New Era 139 core and the Path Reactive Pearl coverstock gives a versatile ball motion for bowlers of all skill levels. Out of the box (OOB), the Path Rising is finished with a 1500-grit polish, offering a clean look through the heads and a sharp ball reaction down lane.
Exclusive – Available in 3 surface options. You Choose OOB 1500/Polish Earlier Roll 500/1000 Strong Roll 500/2000 Pyramid Bowling ldquo;Choose Your Pathrdquo; USBC Approved 2013 Pyramid Path Rising Red/White/Blue Pearl Bowling Ball may not have ‘pearl reflect’ visible on coverstock due to manufacturing process.
This will not affect the performance of the ball in any way. nbsp;.
This is my first ball. I chose this brand because I’ve heard great reviews about it. Took it to my local proshop to have the holes drilled after they measured me up. I absolutely love it. I was so tired of using the old dinged-up house balls at the alley.
Most awesome was the fact that I ordered the ball online and without using any special method, arrived at my home THE VERY NEXT DAY!!! Excellent customer service. They even contacted me after a couple of days to find out if I was satisfied with my purchase.
I purchased this for my wife. She and I are just starting to get a bit more serious about bowling, and are moving up from plastic balls. So I decided to give this one a try. She now throws a hook. She went from no hook at all to whoa ! The guy at our Pro Shop was also impressed.
At this price point I don’t think I could have made a better choice. I liked what I saw so much I just ordered one for myself.
This is my very first ball and I have only used it once since I had it drilled, but it is already a great investment. I only bowl for leisure, I’m not on a league, but I still bowl 2-3 times per week and I basically bought this ball so that I didn’t have to use filthy houseballs.
Already I’ve noticed my accuracy has improved. Great price for a good starter ball.
The Brunswick Hero utilizes Brunswicks Durability Optimization Technology (DOT). This technology by Brunswick was developed to reduce the chance of cracking by enhancing the balls durability. The Activator Plus 2.
0 Pearl coverstock and Contra core pair up to give this ball an all-purpose ball reaction that is great for all types of players. Age Group: adult.
They’ll say the same thing about the Purple Pearl Urethane, and they’ll be wrong again. The core and cover materials are all the same, as is the reaction. FCC Rating (14. 5) The overall strength of the Purple Urethane is perfect for medium to light oil patterns.
This throwback will really excel on shorter oil patterns. FINISH (9) The 500/1000/2000 Abralon – TM finish CORE (2) Our new LED core design is a modern version of the traditional light bulb shape that was so popular back in the day.
COVER (3. 5) Our Urethane cover is the main ingredient in this masterpiece. Unlike modern covers that produce a violent reaction at the breakpoint, this proven staple is all about giving the user ultimate control of the entire lane.
Hammer Purple Pearl Urethane The immediate success of our real, thick shelled Black Urethane had our fans begging for more! Old school technology with new school hitting power.
The Purple Hammer is the standard by which all other urethane balls are judged and this new version only proves that is correct. I’m not a guy that throws urethane on house shots so this is really only for shorter sport patterns for me, but it is good.
Probably 3 or 4 boards more hook than the original Purple but this hits harder than urethane has for me, and it has still got that great controllable urethane shape that lets you control the pocket without overreacting which is valuable on tougher patterns.
I’m excited to throw it on even shorter patterns soon but I got the chance to test it and reviewed in on the PBA Don Carter 39 ft pattern and it looked great from multiple angles. I could play up the outside but also moved in a little bit and still looked good where previous urethane would quit on me.
It has the smooth shape of urethane but continues through pins more like reactive does, so not as many flat 10 pins that come with urethane normally for me. Expect to see this on TV a ton.
This is the first ever Purple Hammer Urethane I have ever had in my bag, and mainly I practice or use it in tournament play. For not having a Urethane ball in the bag for over 4 years, decided I needed to fill that gap of having a urethane ball in the arsenal, and it was much needed.
I drilled my Purple Hammer pin up, 4 inch pin from PAP, and keep the surface at a 500 grit to see the early ball motion and to keep the angles of the ball in front of me. I am highly impressed by this Purple Urethane, if you are looking to get a urethane ball in your arsenal, definitely go get yourself a Purple Hammer Urethane, for a Urethane, this ball hits like a truck!!! Go get yours today!!!.
X-Small: 6lbs- Ages 8 and under, Small: 8lbs and 9lbs- Ages 8-11 and womens ring size from 8-11, Medium: 10lbs, 11lbs, and 12lbs, Ages 11-15 and Adult Ring size 10 or lower, Large: 13lbs and 14lbs, Mens ring size 10-12 or people with larger hands, X-Large: 15lbs and 16lbs, Mens ring size over 13 or people with extremely large hands.
Storm is MIXing it up with the new Storm Mix. This ball is recommended for the bowler who needs a colorful spare ball. Since this is a urethane you may also prefer this ball as your strike ball since it works best on desert dry conditions.
Mix things up a little and be the first to own the Storm Mix. The new Mix balls, available in two different colors, expand the Ice line with a new look and feel. The Mix, like the Polar Ice, features a durable U1S first generation urethane coverstock which is more controllable than U2S which powers the popular Natural series.
And they are available in lighter weights. In addition to the standard 10-16 pound options, Storm is pleased to offer both 6 and 8 pound options as well.
Bowled at this K of C Tournament twice in the past 3 years. Very dry lanes and needed a ball that would hook less than a Storm Super Natural. Bowled a 200 game with this excellent controlled ball. Will be a great weapon for future tournaments and Senior Olympic bowling.
Good for a 13. 5 speed in bowling. Ball was $75. 00 drilled from the Lansing Pro Shop.
A Melee core, Savvy Hook 3. 0 Solid, and just plain black, the new Brunswick Knock Out is destined to be one of Brunswick’s hottest balls. The Knock Out will be a big symmetric ball motion that will be useful to all styles on medium conditions.
It’s basically a solid Jab; the world will love it.
It’s back, and it’s beautiful. The Black Widow 2. 0 is precisely what you want from a Black Widow, enough traction on medium to heavy oil and a big sweeping continuous ball motion that creates a lot of angle and high scores.
This is the ball that bowlers have been asking for, and they will be in love.
Molded one piece rubber bowling ball eliminates the bonding process and is guaranteed not to split. Includes 2 sets of finger holes to accommodate all ages and sizes of hands. No latex. 5lbs. 8. 5 inch in diameter.
The thumb hole has a 0. 96 inch diameter and the finger holes have a 0. 9 inch diameter. The wall thickness of the 5 pound ball is 0. 35 inch.
The Storm Bolt doesn’t just identify a Storm bowling ball. It represents over three decades of tradition, a commitment to quality, and a promise to always roll better than ever before. The covers are robust.
The cores are exact. Because when the scores add up, the thrill of sending all ten back tells you that it’s worth it.
The 3 latest Storm releases will create instant versatility in your bag and cover a variety of bases for any lane condition. The Super Nova is the strongest of the 3 designed for heavy oil conditions.
The Night Road and Phaze 5 are designed for those medium conditions. For those that enjoyed the Proton Physix the shape seen from the Super Nova will be comparable. When battling heavy oil and/or tight conditions the Super Nova will be an excellent selection to manage that environment.
The Super Nova has one of the strongest covers Storm manufacturers and compliments this core very well. There is plenty of control with this high end asym and would be a cleaner option against the Gem which is earlier with more arc.
The Night Road which boasts a higher RG will be good for those early hooking surfaces early on or as a step down off the bigger balls like the Super Nova. I see this ball fitting in my bag on the early hooking surfaces so I can keep everything in front of me early on without giving away the pocket.
I have found the sanded finish provides plenty of blend off the backend as opposed to the stronger angular shapes we seen from the Hy-Road Pearl. Also, do not be afraid to polish this ball to create a longer more angular shape.
The Phaze 5 like the other Phaze balls does not disappoint. a direct replacement for the 4 the 5 provides plenty of continuation down lane when making its move off the spot. This ball will go with me everywhere I bowl and be that step down ball off the bigger asym or solid sym’s.
When you are looking to start creeping in and opening those angles up this ball will be one of your best assets.
Night Road – Thunder Line Coverstock: Rex Pearl – 4K Fast Core: Inverted Fe² RG: 2. 57 Differential:046 (15 lbs) Layout: 80 x 5 x 45 PAP: 6″ Right, 1 3/8″ Up Axis Tilt: 16° Rev Rate: 450-500 Speed: 17-18 mph Location: AMF Pin-O-Rama, Utica, NY Pattern: Kegel Main Street V2 The Night Road is the newest addition to the Thunder Line.
It’s wrapped in ReX pearl, which is the same cover as the Dark Code and Infinite Physix and uses the proven Inverted Fe² core. The original Hy-Road is one of my all time favorites, so I was extremely excited to drill the Night Road.
The Night Road reads earlier and hooks 3-4 boards more than the Hy-Road while having a smoother reaction off the end of the pattern. The Night Road looked better as the lanes transitioned, so it won’t be the first ball out of my bag, but will have a spot for later in league or tournament play.
For bowlers looking for a stronger and more controlled reaction compared to the Hy-Road or Hy-Road Pearl, the Night Road will be a great fit. If you want it to go a little longer with more backend, shine is your solution.
Stop by your local Storm VIP pro shop to check it out! Dave Jecko Storm Amateur Staff Member.
Versatility. Continuation. With a brand-new core and cover stock, the Pride from MOTIV is the designed to be the perfect benchmark piece. Unique from anything currently available from MOTIV , the Pride fits perfectly into the medium oil position of the ball guide.
The new technology at the heart of the Pride is the Dominion core. It has specifications that place it between the Gear APG and the asymmetrical cores seen in the Trident and Jackal series. These unique asymmetric specifications leverage the physics of the Dominion core so the Pride can be used on moderate volumes of oil and higher friction than the typical asymmetric bowling ball.
Additionally, now that weight holes are illegal in competition, the asymmetric Dominion core will enable players to control ball motion more than most symmetric cores. MOTIV Tour Rep, Brett Spangler, said, “What’s so cool about this core to me is that I never felt like I was throwing an asym.
I get the versatility of the asymmetrical core, but the Pride never wanted to go too forward down lane or glue up too much in the front. To have the versatility of an asym without some of the traditional drawbacks is incredible.
” The Dominion core is encased with the latest reactive Coercion cover stock from MOTIV called UCS – Ultimate Continuation Solid. It was created by providing more length and more angle to the existing Coercion MXC cover technology.
This new UCS Reactive cover stock is the most versatile Coercion shell to date and complements the unique specifications of the Dominion core perfectly. Speed Dominant Bowlers Bowlers with higher speed or lower rev rates benefit greatly from asymmetrical cores.
Providing versatility in drilling and the ability to limit the skid phase for bowlers who struggle to get the ball to slow down is a massive plus. Balanced Bowlers For balanced bowlers this is the centerpiece to their arsenal.
The Pride is the first ball out of the bag and the one used most often. The controllable core and cover combination allows balanced bowlers to use the Pride on a variety of surfaces and concentrations of oil.
The easily tuned Coercion UCS Cover can also be shined or scuffed to allow an even broader window for balanced bowlers to use the Pride. Rev Dominant Bowlers For many rev dominant bowlers, asymmetrical balls are too strong to use on house shots and moderate oil patterns.
A lower differential and cleaner cover than most asymmetrical solids allows rev dominant bowlers to have an asym in their bag that they can use on many more patterns and higher friction surfaces.
The Storm Tropical bowling ball legacy continues with the Surge core making a great bowling ball for entry level and casual league bowlers. The bright fun colors and unique fragrances make these fun balls appealing to bowlers of every skill level.
Each ball features the Reactor Hybrid Reactive coverstock that glides through the front of the lane, reacts down-lane, and creates optimum pin carry. The Surge core has a higher differential which brings dependability and a little more hook at the backend.
Just received the ball today! Haven’t gotten it drilled! The color in the picture doesn’t look exactly like it until you get in really bright like! The birthday cake smell isn’t pleasant but the ball looks really good! Can’t wait to use this soon!.
I have a natural hook being a lefty I put this ball on the second board from gutter at left side and it will hook in the last 3 ft straight across the pins to the right side of the headpin I have a 14.
25 fingertip ball learning to adjust rolled a 212 yesterday my average is at 130 before I got this ball. My average this week is 174. I can recommend this bowl to anyone who wants to up their pin count.
The Redemption Pearl goes long and finishes strong! The Aggression NE Pearl cover makes its way through the heads easily and has a sharp breakpoint. Hammerheads will love the Redemption Pearl when the Redemption Solid has burned up the lane and you need a high-end ball to get down there and deliver big backend motion and devastating hitting power.
Introducing the DV8 Hellraiser Blaze! This ball was drilled pin up and is one of the most aggressive balls I have ever thrown. This ball is a must have for oily lane conditions. This ball is best used on oily lane conditions and can be drilled pin down for earlier and smoother roll off the spot, or you can drill it pin up to give you more length and increased backend motion off the spot.
In short, This ball just flat-out hooks! DV8. if you’re not throwing DV8, you’re just not bowling! #DV8Bowling #tonightwebowl.
OHH MY GOODNESS! I have waited for the opportunity to give this ball a try. I cannot be more impressed. This is one of those balls that you can do anything with and it will be 10 back every-time. I love the way this thing reads the lane front to back, with plenty, I mean plenty on the back.
A Skid Flip Monster! I ordered 2 of them, the first one i went 50 x 4 1/8 x 35, a stock layout. I can play in the oil, the dry, anything I want! I’m scared to drill the second with the first one being soo good!.
For me throwing the original I had high hopes for this ball. DOT technology and dynamicore this ball is a home run! Gives me a clean through the fronts and really digs in at the right spot from all angles! I credit the cover and core combo which makes this ball so versatile for all styles of bowling!! Great product and definitely the 2nd time around this ball improved and I love the fact they kept the color scheme!!.
Includes 2 sets of finger holes to accommodate all ages and sizes of hands. Latex free. Blue. 5 lbs. Approx. 8-1/2 inch diameter. The thumb hole is 0. 96 inch diameter and the finger holes are 0. 9 inch diameter.
The higher the scores, the deeper the Obsession becomes. Hammer Bowling adds a new rock to the Obsession line up – Meet the Obsession Tour Pearl. Featuring the TourV2 Pearl reactive coverstock finished at 500/1000/1500 Siaair and polished with Crown Factory Compound, this ball will be your go-to for transition.
Inside, the Obsession Tour asymmetric core will help provide an overall aggressive motion in the backend on lighter lane conditions. nbsp; Here is what Hammer has to say about Obsession Tour Pearl: Hammerheads have been obsessed with the Obsession Tour since its release in February.
The Obsession Tour provided an incredibly unique ball motion, and bowlers have wanted more of it, but for lanes in transition and breaking down. The Obsession Tour Pearl glides effortlessly through the body of the lane and has an aggressive motion continuation movement throughout the backend and through the pin deck.
The Obsession Tour Pearl is an all-gold ball that Hammer fans will love!.
The 3-D Offset offered new technology and outstanding performance. These modifications create more dynamic core numbers for increased ball motion potential and a durable, harder-hitting product. The ball’s appearance is almost identical to the 3-D Offset from 25- years ago.
A minimal amount of Pearl was added to the Neoflex 25 cover to create optimal performance for today’s conditions. The new 3-D Offset is finished at 2000 Siaair, yet it easily gets through the front of the lane and has a strong and continuous move throughout the backend and pin deck.
The 3D Offset is a special ball with a smooth reaction you don’t normally see from a pearl type bowling ball. This one is a bit stronger than the Widow 2. 0 or the Obsession Tour pearl but with a completely different shape.
When the other two balls stop this one keeps going. The amount of continuation you see from this ball is quite unusual for the smooth shape it has. The 3D is playable from all angles as long as you have enough oil and is my first choice if the lanes are on the slicker side.
This one is much stronger than you would think but is a must have in the bag. It is a blend of the smoothness of old with the strength of newer technology. Everyone should own a new 3D Offset.
Awesome ball Stronger than I thought it would be. As a huge fan of the OG 3D Off Set I was very much looking forward to the remake. Hammer did not disappoint. The New Off Set has a strong cover that takes surface changes well.
I drilled mine the standard 45x4x35 layout I use on all Asymmetrical pieces. The ball is strong on the midlane and continues through the pins great. The best way to describe this ball in relation to the OG 3D is that it is stronger overall compared to the choices available today than the OG was to the balls available then.
The best bowling balls for league bowlers are those that are specifically designed for use in league play. These balls typically have a higher level of durability and a smoother surface texture than balls designed for recreational use.
Additionally, league balls often have a higher level of performance, meaning they can provide more hook and spin for experienced bowlers.
There are a lot of great gift ideas for dad on Amazon. You can find everything from books and magazines to clothes and electronics. If you’re not sure what to get your dad, you can always start by looking at his Amazon Wish List. This will give you an idea of the things he’s interested…
Anti fog is a coating or chemicals that can be applied to snorkel masks that helps to prevent condensation and fogging on the inside of the mask. This can be extremely helpful when snorkeling in colder water or in areas with high humidity. 20 Best Anti Fog For Snorkel Mask 1. Gear Aid Sea Drops…
A handheld carpet shampooer for stairs is a great tool to have to clean your carpets. They are small and lightweight, making them easy to maneuver and carry around. Plus, they have a powerful motor that will make short work of any dirt and stains on your carpet. 20 Best Handheld Carpet Shampooer For Stairs…
35 inch tires for f250 is a great option for those who want a little more ground clearance and a smoother ride. The bigger tires will also help you get through deeper mud and snow. 20 Best 35 Inch Tires For F250 1. Vittoria Mezcal III G2.0 Tire 4 compounds in the tread (4C) for…
There isn’t a definitive answer to this question as everyone’s needs and budget will be different. However, some good places to start your search for a ring security system include home security stores like ADT or Brinks, online retailers like Amazon, or even big box stores like Target or Walmart. 20 Best Place To Buy…
Bile salts are important for the digestion of fats in the small intestine. Without a gallbladder, the bile salts are not concentrated and are less effective at breaking down fats. This can lead to digestive problems such as diarrhea, bloating, and gas. 20 Best Bile Salts For No Gallbladder 1. Nutricology Ox Bile 500 mg…