August 2019 Content Archive

Bowling Ball Reviews

900-global-flux

The 900 Global Flux joins the Space Time Continuum as the second bowling ball in the Tour Engineered 900 Series. It is 900 Global's first ball outside of the Honey...

900 Global Volt

The 900 Global Volt features the pearlized version of the S72R coverstock, along with the new Charged Symmetric core. This new weight block is a high RG (2.56") and medium...

columbia-300-resurgence

The Resurgence is a remake from Columbia 300. This ball uses the same Resurgence core shape that has been used frequently in C300 balls since its inception. This core was...

DV8 Instigator

The Instigator introduces a new coverstock and a new core design to the DV8 family. Its Assailant core is an asymmetrical shape with a low RG (2.481") and high total...

dv8-night-prowler

The Night Prowler uses the same asymmetrical Divergent core design that was used in the original Prowler. Also like the original, this new release uses Brunswick's Durability Optimization Technology (DOT)...

radical-squatch-solid

The Radical Squatch Solid uses the same symmetrical core as the original Squatch, which gives it an RG of 2.482" and a total differential of 0.054". Its Ai-39 reactive solid...

radical-zing

The Zing is the newest addition to Radical's high performance Top Shelf product line. It uses the Forged 2 Solid coverstock from the Conspiracy and pairs it with an asymmetrical...

roto-grip-halo-vision

The Roto Grip Halo Vision is the new hybrid-covered addition to the Halo series, coming out of the box at a 4000 grit finish. Along with the Halo and Halo...

roto-grip-idol-pro

The Idol Pro is the third Idol released into Roto Grip's HP3 line. This ball uses the new eTrax-S19 coverstock, which is a strong reactive solid cover that doesn't contain...