Lord Field Bowling Ball Reviews
Lord Field Bowling Ball Reviews - New Releases
Lord Field Knight
The Lord Field Knight pairs a lower RG, high differential symmetrical core with an aggressive solid reactive coverstock called Proton 2.0. It comes out of...
Lord Field Exodus G2
Both of the Lord Field Exodus releases use the same high differential G1 symmetrical weight block. The difference in the two balls is their coverstocks....
Lord Field Exodus G1
The Exodus G1 uses Lord Field’s Activator Smart Technology solid coverstock and it surrounds their G1 symmetrical core design. This weight block has a medium...
Lord Field Old School
Lord Field introduces the Old School for bowlers on conditions that require them to keep their angles small in the front of the lane and...
Lord Field Top Talent
The Top Talent is the first Lord Field ball we have received for testing. This ball has a polished solid coverstock that surrounds a medium...
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Summary Table of All Lord Field Ball Reviews
The table below shows a tabular comparison of all recently-reviewed Lord Field 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|
|Exodus G1||November 2015||R Sol||4K Abrl||2.522||0.055||0.000|
|Exodus G2||November 2015||R Sol||1K Abrl Polished||2.544||0.056||0.000|
|Knight||December 2015||R Sol||2K Abrl||2.497||0.057||0.000|
|Old School||November 2015||Ure Sol||800 Sheen||2.602||0.030||0.000|
|Top Talent||September 2014||R Sol||2K Abrl / Factory Polish||2.524||0.044||0.000|
Lord Field Ball Comparison Graph
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- Horizontal axis: Total Hook rating
- Vertical axis: Length rating
- Circle size: Torque rating
- Circle color: Backend rating
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