March 2012 Contents

Bowling Ball Reviews

900 Global Black Eagle

The 900 Global Black Eagle uses the same core design as the first Eagle, although a different color of the same coverstock. This cover creates the same amount of friction...

Brunswick C(System) Versa-Max

Brunswick has taken a new strategy to keep the C(System) line of bowling balls alive in their product catalog. The previous C(System) ulti-max was a high performance ball. With the...

Brunswick Nexxus f(P+R)

This new Nexxus uses a name change as well as a coverstock change. The core from the Nexus f(P+F) is the engine that powers this new high performance monster.  The...

Ebonite Pursuit

The Pursuit is one of two new releases in Ebonite’s high performance line. This ball and the Pursuit S are the first products released in this price point since the...

Ebonite Pursuit S

The Pursuit S is a symmetrical core, high performance Ebonite release. This ball shares the chemically treated Hyper Branched MDI Technology coverstock that is used on the Pursuit. The symmetrical...

Radical Time's Up! Solid

This new Radical release uses a solid sanded coverstock that surrounds the Bull’s Eye core used in the original Time’s Up. The result is much more performance than has been...

Storm Crossroad

The new Storm Crossroad utilizes the same core as the two previous balls in the Thunder line, the Victory Roads. The performance is similar, but there is more motion compared...

Storm Modern Travel

Storm releases the Modern Marvel as the first hybrid covered bowling ball in the Master line since the Secret Agent. That ball was a combination of resin and particle coverstocks...

Storm Vivid

Storm’s new Vivid is the first release that uses the NRG coverstock with a new core design. The new M.A.D. core weight block pushes the Vivid further down the lane...

Track 716T

The 716T is the newest addition to Track’s upper mid-performance line. This is the newest “T” ball in this line. The 716T combines the brand new Gen XT solid coverstock...