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Thursday, 19 May 2011

Brunswick Damage

List Price:$171.95 - $179.99
Price:$103.99 - $109.99


The best bowling ball Coverstock: PowrKoil 18 Pearl Color: Red/Blue/Violehet Pearl Hardness: 76-78 Factory Finish: 500 Siaair Micro Pad; Rough Buff; High Gloss Polish Weight Block: (14-16#) High RG Performance RG max: 2.604 RG min: 2.559  RG diff: 0.045 Average RG: 5.5 of 10 Hook Potential: 125 (Scale 10-175) Length: 115 (Scale 25-235) Typical Breakpoint Shape: 90 Angular (Scale Smooth Arc 10-Angular 100) Recommended Lane Condition: Medium to Dry Oil Description: POWRKOIL COVERSTOCK:The PowrKoil 18 coverstock is a proven performer in the bowling industry. Aggressive in the oil and strong off the dry, PowrKoil 18 is a perennial favorite among all styles of bowlers. The Damage uses a new, larger pearl additive that creates more vivid colors and provides added length and backend reaction. CORE:The Damage incorporates a new High RG performance core that provides easy length through the heads and mid-lane while maintaining axis rotation for a strong continuous backend motion. BALL MOTION:With its high gloss finish, the Damage will provide excellent length with a quick response to friction at the breakpoint. The Damage is the highest rated breakpoint shape ball at the Advanced Performance price point from Brunswick and will match up on medium to dry lane conditions for a wide range of bowling styles. REACTION SETUP:The Damage can be drilled using the standard drilling techniques developed for symmetric bowling balls. LIGHTWEIGHT ENGINEERING:The unique core shape of each Brunswick ball.

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Bowling: Whats the difference between a professional ball and a performance ball?

There really isn't any difference, the only difference is the terminology that differnent websites use to describe certain balls. A "performance" ball or a "professional" ball will almost certainly be on the higher end of any company's line of equipment. You may not want to shell out $150-$200 for one of these balls if it is your first ball and you have only been bowling for a few weeks. I would recomend starting with something in the middle. Many sites would call these "mid-priced" or maybe "entry level". These balls will have a reactive coverstock, not plastic, and will be a good place to start without costing you too much. I would suggest something from Brunswick's "Groove" line as a starter. - suspendedagain300
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