If you know anything about modern bowling balls, you know that they’re basically sponges. This article is meant to shed some light on when you should resurface, when you should revive, and when you should replace your bowling ball.
Ebonite gave the bowling community a strong asymmetrical piece with the Aero back in October 2020, filling a gap at the top of the Ebonite line. Ebonite is back at it again, this time with the brand-new Aero Dynamix.
Since Brunswick’s acquisition of Ebonite in late 2019, the Ebonite brand has been missing a top-of-the-line asymmetrical bowling ball that gives bowlers traction and motion on heavy oil conditions. The new Ebonite Aero fills that hole and fills it nicely.
Hammer has a long history of releasing strong symmetrical bowling balls. They added to that history with the release of the Fugitive and now, Hammer has released the Fugitive Solid.
The new Fugitive Solid, released on Aug. 6, is one of the strongest symmetrical solids ever released by Hammer. Here are my thoughts on the Fugitive Solid, which will find its way into the bags of many bowlers.
Restoring your ball speed to a consistent standard is an important part of repeating shots. It’s nearly impossible to hit the same mark on the lanes, and see a consistent ball reaction, without consistent ball speed.
Here in the states, many bowling centers have opened back up and bowlers are hitting the lanes after a four-month-long hiatus from the sport. Virginia’s bowling centers just opened on July 1 and I’m planning on hitting the lanes here soon.
If you’re still getting back into the swing of things, or you haven’t been able to hit your local center just yet, here’s what I’m planning on doing to get loosened up and start finding my rhythm again.
Choosing a bowling bag can be intimidating. There are a variety of options and brands, all of which are different in small and large ways. There are different materials, accessories and features one should consider, along with the price.
Avoiding the bowling center for the last couple of months has undoubtedly given many bowlers the itch to buy a new piece for their arsenal. Who doesn’t like adding new equipment to their bag?
Here are some of the latest releases that could fill a hole in your bag when it’s time to return to bowling.
Sooner or later, the nationwide shutdown to slow the COVID-19 pandemic will recede and life will begin to get back to normal. When that does, bowling centers will reopen, and bowlers will be beating down the doors to miss a 10 pin or shoot 220 with no spares.