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This site is dedicated to all things bowling. I will talk about bowling balls, techniques, coaching tips, honor scores, tournaments, anything you want. Typical House Bowlers will be able to discuss issues as they relate to the typical house shot. I will take the time to explain in detail tips that you might hear from your local pro. Beginners will be able to learn some basic beginner tips to get a good start to bowling with the right foundation. We will discuss bowling ball reviews, reactions, lane play, arsenals and so on. I intend to have in depth discussions on advanced game play, the physical game, different bowler types, etc.

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    1. Hello. The Code Red has been discontinued some time ago. You might want to do a search online to see if anyone still has them or visit PureItBowling.com to buy something currently available.

  1. Hi Tamer Bowling Team,
    After watching your reviews and your favourites i was looking for an Ebonite Affinity (as im struggling with Roto Balls) and i was able to get one for small money (in a kind of sale….). I got it drilled immediately and indeed this ball is great. I am looking very much forward to use it in the coming bavarian championchips.
    Continue like this !!
    Thanks from a fan from Germany !

  2. I’m a lefty as you are and also like a down and in shot. Normally I throw to the 5 board at the arrows. I roll a 14 pounder in the mid 11 to 12 mph range. With all your experience could you recommend a top 5 bowling balls I could look at for my next purchase? Thanks in advance.

    1. Hi Robert. Sorry for the delay. I recently published my favorite balls in different categories. That’s probably the best place to start. Then you can pick and choose from different categories to create an arsenal. Good luck.

  3. I wanted to ask, what layout is good to push the ball straight then hook. I’m looking for a layout that i can use between 1st arrow and 3rd arrow. The Ball i’m looking at using is the 900 global boost black solid with a 2000 grit Abralon finish for medium to heavy oil lane conditions.
    Bowl: Right Handed
    Speed: 18.5-19.75 MPH
    Rev Rate: 478-497

    1. Layouts generally do not dictate ball motion, they only compliment it. So whatever the ball is intended to do, it will do it regardless of the layout. Only in extreme layouts could you really change ball motion significantly enough to even discuss heavily. Surface changes are much more effective in changing ball motion. So you could try polish and even more polish if you need more length. Any layout between 2″ – 6″ pin will have max 1-2 board difference hook overall. It’s miniscule. Polish could add 4 feet of length over 2000 grit abralon for example. Massive difference.

  4. Hi Tamer,
    First of all let me start with a big thank you. I live of your exallent reviews.
    I’m a speed dominent, medium rev and more of up-the-back bowler that plays mostly on a typical 40ft house shot.
    I currently bowl with Hammer Black widow Assasin but don’t quite get to the pocket. The ball usually skids to far with no lane read which forces me to move out, close my angels and play preety strait. I would like to open my angles more and see big ball reaction that will allow me to relax and bowl better hopefully.
    I’m seeking to buy a strong solid bowling ball for heavy oil conditions but having dificulty diciding which one of the five that caught my attention in your reviews and seem to be what i’m looking :
    Storm Phaze ||
    Motiv Jackal Ghost
    Roto Grip Halo
    Roto Grip No Rules
    Hammer Statement Solid

    How strong they are compare to each other?

    Would love for your advice.

    Thank you,
    Ofek Rubin

    1. Hello Ofek, Sorry for the delayed response. All that you listed are definitely stronger and will allow you to open up the lanes more. Of those, I would say the Phaze II and Jackal Ghost will be the most versatile. With your stats, I don’t mind seeing you in an asym so I’d probably lean towards the Ghost as it will generate good angle but also stronger motion that will benefit you I believe. Good Luck!

  5. I am between two bowling balls. An Ebonite game breaker 3 pearl and a Storm Hy road pearl. Are these balls at the same level and designed to do the same thing? Is the storm ball more pro level and in fact have a better made coverstock over ebonite? Why is there so much hatred for the ebonite brand? Will a fitted pro ball at 14 pounds be as easy to throw as a 13 pound house ball?

    1. Hi Dan, sorry for the delay. Thanks for reaching out. Storm balls are very popular because they are good but you could argue that the Ebonite Intl brands make excellent stuff as well. People will always talk about covers dying but guess what, they are just like performance tires vs regular all-seasons. Performance you may get 15k miles, regular AS, you may get 45k. You sacrifice longevity for performance. For where you are just switching from a house ball to a fitted performance ball, you should have no problem throwing 14. Probably easier to be honest. Honestly, I’d probably recommend looking at the Ebonite Destiny lines. They have great performance. The cover on that lasts a long time and they’re cheap. You will not see more performance as a beginner out of a GB3 vs Destiny for example. Good Luck!

  6. Hi there: Old man lefty of 3/4 century here. Still have most skills but having difficulties in later rounds of league bowling. 1st game today, started with my HyRoad original and did somewhat fine in the fresh but ball started to peter out in the middle of the game, so switched to my EDGE Pearl and immediately had 6 X’s in a row to finish the game on a high note. Started game #2 with 3 strikes and then ball started to go straight with little hook. Know the oil was moving down as the reason and finished game decently. 3rd game was total disaster due to oil moving down (I figure) but brought our my Carbon to give it a try. Very little movement and struggled through to the end. Left several 10 pins and missed due to ball(s) not making the right hand turn which is quite unusual for me. Know 2/3 of my balls are pearl & symmetric and figure that pretty much where my troubles lie. Thinking of purchasing a asymmetrical (have none) ball, to be exact, a BW Pink in hopes of getting a better turn in the later rounds of league bowling. Sorry if not enough information, but I’m only a novice @ the game and currently carry a 176 average of late & bowling for 15 years. Have followed you for some time (bookmarked your site) and good that your arm is better these days. Thank you for your time. Jim

  7. My daughter is a very good bowler for her high school team. They went to the IRTC in Arlington TX this past April. Her stats were she has the most consistent stroke but, I worry she is only bowling in the 9-11mph range.
    Would the Storm Physix or Astro Physix be a better ball for her to generate more revs and, ultimately, increased pin action?

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