Featured Bowling Ball Reviews

Ebonite Adrenaline Shot

Ebonite Adrenaline Shot

The Ebonite Adrenaline Shot is the first release in Ebonite’s Upper Mid Performance line since the Salute. This new orb shares the Adrenaline core design that was in the Salute, with the difference being that this ball uses a new... [Read More]

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Roto Grip Loco Pearl

Roto Grip's HP1 line has been revamped for this season with the addition of the two new Locos, the Loco Pearl and the Loco Solid. They replace the Scream and the Shout from the last few seasons. The Late Roll... [Read More]

Roto Grip Devour

Roto Grip Devour

The Roto Grip Devour joins the Outcry and the Uproar in the HP2 lineup. This ball utilizes a new core called Late Roll 56 that is a modified version of the Neutron core from the Wrecker. The RG of the... [Read More]

Roto Grip Haywire

Roto Grip Haywire

The Haywire is Roto Grip's HP3 release for the new season. This ball features the same Middle Roll 70 core shape that was used in the wildly successful Disturbed. This proven weight block is paired with the 80H Microbite coverstock.... [Read More]

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Roto Grip Menace

The Roto Grip Menace is a new release in Roto Grip's high performance HP4 line. It pairs the 74H solid reactive coverstock with the asymmetrical Cage core that was found in the Sinister. The Menace comes out of the box... [Read More]

The BTM Archive – Featured Content

Getting Your Young Student or child Ready for Fall League

Getting Your Young Student or Child Ready for Fall League

It’s mid-July as I write this and I have begun preparing as a coach, a youth director, and parent for the upcoming youth season. I would like this to remind parents and coaches of issues to be aware of as... [Read More]

How to Transfer Energy Cleanly

How to Transfer Energy Cleanly

The physical game is best understood in terms of energy transfer. You transfer energy from the body to the bowling ball. As you move through the approach, you build potential energy that is transferred to kinetic energy at the release.... [Read More]

Bring Your Best Approach to the Dance

Bring Your Best Approach to the Dance

Bowling isn’t ballet, but alignment, step cadence, knee bend, and balance are critical physical factors that determine a player’s performance on the lanes. The bowling approach can be compared to the movements of a ballet dancer: smooth, effortless, graceful, and,... [Read More]

Targeting for Left Eye-Dominant Righthanded Bowlers

Targeting for Left Eye-Dominant Righthanded Bowlers

Eye dominance is an important consideration for both coaches and bowlers. This is especially important in cross dominant situations in which the bowler’s dominant vision is driven through the eye on the other side of the swing line. Clearly, this... [Read More]