Featured Bowling Ball Reviews

DV8 Thug Corrupt

DV8 Thug Corrupt

The third introduction into DV8's Thug series is the Thug Corrupt. This ball shares the same Thug Low RG Asymmetric core shape as the previous two Thug releases. The difference the Corrupt provides is the sanded Composite Hybrid coverstock, giving... [Read More]

Hammer Black Widow Red Legend Solid

Hammer Black Widow Red Legend Solid

The Black Widow Legend line grows with the release of the Red Legend Solid. This ball uses the wildly successful Gas Mask core that it shares with the previous two in the line, the Black Widow Legend and the Black... [Read More]

Motiv Primal Rage Remix

Motiv Primal Rage Remix

The Motiv Primal Rage Remix is exactly what its name suggests: it is an updated and "remixed" version of the original red Primal Rage from 2013. The new Remix uses the same Impluse V2 core design found in the original... [Read More]

Track Paradox

Track Paradox

The Track Paradox is Track's newest high performance release and it certainly comes with high expectations, thanks to all the buzz about it on the social media channels from Track staffers over the summer. The Paradox uses a modified version... [Read More]

Track Legion

Track Legion

The Track Legion is the newest introduction into Track’s upper-mid performance lineup. This ball is one of two new releases that go back to a more tradition naming structure than the previous two systems of using numbers and letters in... [Read More]

The BTM Archive – Featured Content

The 3×3 Box

The 3x3 Box

Improving lane play remains one of the biggest challenges in our sport. Lane surface materials vary widely and topographical differences lane-to-lane can make the same pattern play very differently in the same bowling center. Moreover, bowling has a variety of... [Read More]

Patterns in 3D

Patterns-in-3D

Unlike other sports, where the environment is clearly identifiable, the playing field in bowling is nearly invisible to the naked eye. As they compete, bowlers can’t see the actual structure or topography of the lane condition used in competition. Rather,... [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]

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]