Did you know that RG and differential have a huge effect on ball reaction? Knowing just some of the basics can really help you choose the right equipment for your game.
Trend 2 VS Trend | Reaction Testing
Who likes technology? We do. You should, too. The Trend 2 hits on all the notes and then some.
Making the best of your practice session
Need an efficient and productive way to practice. This is layout a great plan to help with just that!
READING A BOWLING BALL BOX LABEL
Excited to drill your new Storm SPI ball? Be sure to read the useful information on the label to achieve the best performance for your ball.
Proton PhysiX vs AstroPhysiX vs PhysiX
So how does the company continue to advance the frontier of bowling ball science? Easy: always be at the drawing board. If you’re not at the drawing board, you’re not in the game. You’re something else. By standing at the edge of what is known and unknown, you can create a tried and tested quiver of covers and cores at your disposal.
How to Prepare Your Tournament Arsenal
Do you ever have trouble choosing the correct arsenal for your next tournament? This article can help narrow down that process.
Bowling Ball Motion: The Basics
There’s a lot of reasons why a ball does what it does. In this article we break down the factors that you as a bowlers can control and use to your advantage.
Parallax | Layout Comparison | PSA-to-PAP
Ever wonder how moving the Preferred Spin Axis (PSA) affects your ball motion? Then you NEED to read this article NOW!
Parallax | Layout Comparison | Pin-to-PAP
Pin-to-PAP distance is the most influential variable in the ball layout process. What happens when the pin is in three contrasting positions? Find out in this first of a three part series surrounding the all-new Parallax.
Axiom – Layout Comparison
The secrets of bowling performance are written before the foul line. Torques and differentials, coefficients of restitution and friction, RG bands and axis migration, the gateway to grip, power: how to shape it and put it to the lane. We bowl because there’s no better way to find the limits of ball design, and no better way to apply decades of knowledge than to build balls for bowlers who take the sport seriously.