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      BallBeat gives fans access to exactly which bowling balls the pros were throwing and how the equipment was drilled and prepared for the telecasts.
      Ball manufacturer representatives and pro bowlers: click here.

-Tournament of Champions

  • Brunswick - Rick Benoit wrote:
          Brunswick had 2 representatives on the show at the Tournament of Champions, Walter Ray Williams Jr. and Steve Jaros.

    Steve was using a Contact Zone with a 4 1/4 inch pin with the CG kicked out and an extra hole 5 inches over and 3 inches down. The surface was out of the box.

    Walter was using a Danger Zone HPC with a 4 1/2 inch pin the CG was on the midline directly beneath the pin. There was an extra hole 1 1/2 inches past his axis point on the midline. The surface was prepared with Trizact to 35 microns.

  • Columbia 300 - Chad Murphy wrote:
          Dave Husted used our new ball The "ROCK STAR." The pin was around three and a half inches from his axis. The cg a little closer with a medium sized extra hole. Dave bowled well all week. As you could tell scores were pretty low and circumstances were very tough. Congrats to everyone who made the show as it really was a "grind out" condition. We'll c-ya next week at the Columbia 300 open in Austin.

  • Storm - Hank Boomershine wrote:
          Tommy Delutz, Jr was throwing Elixir's, on the show. On the left lane he was throwing a 5 3/4 in. pin with the cg 4 1/2 with an extra hole, and on the right lane he was throwing a 6 in. pin with the cg 5 1/2 from his axis. Both balls were out of the box. The left lane was slightly tighter than the right so he used the ball with the hole to get it to start up. It was a tough shot that night and all week.

Recent BallBeat Updates

-PBA Miller High Life Open
    Pat Healey Jr
-PWBA Columbia 300 Open
    Wendy Macpherson
-PBA Greater Nashville Open
    Tim Criss

      We welcome Reps (and pros) associated with ANY ball company that had its equipment used on the telecasts to submit a list of the equipment and drilling information to
us. There is no cost to be included and again any company that supplies information on their equipment used during the shows will have their information published.

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