Featured Bowling Ball Reviews

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]

Motiv Forza Redline

Motiv Forza Redline

The latest Motiv release is the second ball in the Forza line, the Forza Redline. The Redline will be easy to spot on the rack, on the shelf, and going down the lane. This very bright yellow ball uses the... [Read More]

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Ebonite Game Breaker 2 Gold

The anticipated follow-up release to the highly successful Game Breaker 2 in Ebonite’s mid-performance line has arrived. The Game Breaker 2 Gold utilizes the same Enhanced V2 core design from the GB2, but this time it is surrounded by a... [Read More]

The BTM Archive – Featured Content

Staying Behind the Ball Better and Getting the Most Out of Practice Sessions

Staying Behind the Ball Better and Getting the Most Out of Practice Sessions

Welcome back to the Round Table! Once again we have two excellent questions and I think the answers provided by our elite panel of coaches will be a big help to many of you. The first question deals with the... [Read More]

Four-Tenths of a Second That Can Change Your Life - Part 2

Four-Tenths of a Second That Can Change Your Life – Part 2

In Part 1 of this series, I suggested that there be a change to the basic four step timing routine. I suggested that most bowlers would be better off waiting until the first step is completed before putting the ball... [Read More]

Follow Through Low, Long, and Outward

Follow Through Low, Long, and Outward

In a previous issue, I stressed the importance of avoiding the lift and loft method of execution. Although this was popular and perhaps a necessity in the rubber ball era, it became a detriment with the advent of urethane bowling... [Read More]

Balance From Start to Finish - Part 1

Balance From Start to Finish – Part 1

The term “balance” may mean different things to different people. There is a “balance sheet” in business. What if there are problems there? If you do things that may seem unorthodox, some say you are a little “unbalanced." I think... [Read More]