November 2011 Contents

Bowling Ball Reviews

900 Global The "Nuts" Pearl

900 Global has taken The Nuts release from the summer, tweaked the core, made the change to a pearl coverstock, and given us The Nuts Pearl. This ball shares the...

Brunswick NEXUS f(P)

The cover and core combination of the Nexus f(P) allows this new release to scoot easily down the lane and save its power for the breakpoint. The Nexus Arrowhead core...

Brunswick NEXUS f(P+F)

This ball, along with the Nexus f(P), are the two new releases in the Pro Performance line of Brunswick products that use two new asymmetric cores. The Nexus f(P+F) also...

Columbia 300 Encounter

The Encounter is the newest high performance ball from Columbia 300. After the last few releases, we were eager to see what type of reaction the Encounter offered. We had...

Ebonite Mission X

The Mission X is the latest release in Ebonite’s Platinum line. All three testers found the ball to perform best on the medium test pattern. We tested all of the...

Lane Masters Black Diamond Particle Pearl

Bowling balls with particle additives in the coverstock seem to slowly be making a comeback. The Lane Masters Black Diamond Particle Pearl utilizes the same core shape as the Black...

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 coverstock is part solid and...

Track 716C

As you can tell from all the comparisons, the 716C is Track’s replacement of what many considered to be their prime benchmark ball, the 715C. The 716C offers a stronger...