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This Month's Bowling Ball Reviews

DV8 Frequency

Ball Core Specifics:

Core Name: Adversary

Core Type: Asymmetrical

RG: 2.48

Differential: 0.047

Int. Differential: 0.018

Strengths

  • Strong downlane motion

  • Angular turn towards the pocket

Weaknesses

  • Too much hook when oil volume is low

Summary

  • Low RG, medium differential and asymmetrical design which allows bowlers to open up their angles with strong downlane recovery.  Can be versatile but definitely performs better with heavier oil volume.

  • Performs best on medium to heavier oil conditions

  • Makes a strong move towards the pocket without sacrificing hook midlane

Coverstock Specifics:

Coverstock Name: Flexure

Coverstock Type: Reactive Hybrid

Box Finish: 500/2000 SiaAir

Storm All Road

Ball Core Specifics:

Core Name: Inverted Fe2

Core Type: Symmetrical

RG: 2.57

Differential: 0.046

Int. Differential: 0.000

Coverstock Specifics:

Coverstock Name: NRG Hybrid Reactive

Coverstock Type: Reactive Hybrid

Box Finish:  4000 Abralon

Strengths

  • Lots of midlane traction

  • Smooth reaction towards the pocket

  • Allows bowlers to play straighter angles without losing carry.

Weaknesses

  • Does not allow bowlers to play open angles.

Summary

  • If you like the Hy-Road series this ball is designed to fit between the Hy-Road polished choices and the more aggressive Nano.

Columbia 300 Baller

Ball Core Specifics:

Core Name: Big Time

Core Type: Asymmetrical

RG: 2.52

Differential: 0.052

Int. Differential: 0.018

Coverstock Specifics:

Coverstock Name: ERT Hybrid

Coverstock Type: Reactive Hybrid

Box Finish:  500/2000 Abralon

Strengths

  • Great for lanes in transition

  • Simultaneously smooths lanes from front-to-back and right-to-left

Weaknesses

  • Does not allow bowlers to open up the lanes and play wide angles.

Summary

  • Great for tournament play when dealing with lanes changes and oil transitions

  • Best suited for heavy oil conditions

  • Reads lane conditions well.