Lane Masters Bowling Ball Reviews
Lane Masters Bowling Ball Reviews - New Releases
Lane Masters Terminator Rage
Lane Masters is back with a new addition to their Terminator series, the Terminator Rage. This ball uses a high RG, lower differential version of...
Lane Masters Yeah Baby
The Lane Masters Yeah Baby uses the same shaped Impact core that was used in the ball with the same name some years ago. This...
Lane Masters Power Strike
The Power Strike is the third “Strike” ball we have thrown from Lane Masters. This newest release shares the same three piece core design as...
Lane Masters The Buzz Legend
The Lane Masters Buzz Legend has a higher RG than any of the other previous Buzz releases while the differential stays the same. The Buzz...
Lane Masters High Standard 2.0
Particle additives in the coverstock have slowly been phased out over the last few years. Lane Masters is one of the best at making durable...
Lane Masters The Buzz Premium Edition
The Buzz Premium Edition is the second of two Lane Masters releases we reviewed this month. This ball uses a coverstock called Venom Hybrid. This...
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Summary Table of All Lane Masters Ball Reviews
The table below shows a tabular comparison of all recently-reviewed Lane Masters bowling balls. Currently, all balls in our database are shown in the table. BTM subscribers can customize the columns displayed on their Edit Profile page.
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|Ball Name||Issue||Cover||Box Finish||RG||Diff||Int|
|Black Diamond Particle Pearl||November 2011||P Prl||1K Grit Sheen||2.56||0.055||0.000|
|High Standard 2.0||February 2012||P Prl||Polished||2.566||0.045||0.000|
|Power Strike||September 2014||R Sol||2K Abrl||2.57||0.041||0.000|
|Terminator Rage||August 2015||R Hyb||1K Abrl||2.583||0.035||0.000|
|The Buzz Legend||September 2014||R Prl||2K Abrl Polished||2.549||0.031||0.000|
|The Buzz Premium Edition||November 2011||R Hyb||1200 Grit Sheen||2.549||0.031||0.000|
|Yeah Baby||January 2015||R Sol||Factory Sheen||2.575||0.047||0.000|
Lane Masters Ball Comparison Graph
The graph below shows a comparison of all Lane Masters balls. It shows four dimensions from our on-lane testing results:
- Horizontal axis: Total Hook rating
- Vertical axis: Length rating
- Circle size: Torque rating
- Circle color: Backend rating
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