The [bowlingball value=”6991″/] is a GREAT bowling ball. Read my review in a previous post.
The new Roto-Grip Rogue Cell is the latest in the Cell Line from Roto-Grip.
Based on the drilling instruction included with the ball, I went with the 5×3, 2″ buffer. This was touted as the Layout Everybody Needs. The pin is 5″ from my PAP, the MB is 3″ from the PAP and the Pin is 2″ off the VAL.
While shooting our video, I was highly impressed with the overall reaction of this bowling ball. Keeping in mind that I am only a 180-190 average bowler, it took very few takes to shoot good video with this bowling ball.
There was another bowler that looked at the ball and was very curious about the coverstock. The Hybrid coverstock is a very nice blend of a solid and a pearlized cover. This gave the ball great length and power to grip it and rip it back to the pocket.
What a great bowling ball. Great job Roto-Grip.
Here is your chance to own a piece of history with a [bowlingball value=”6988″/]. This unique design was created by bowlingball.com and is a limited edition bowling ball. On one side of the bowling ball you will see Martin Luther King Jr with his famous speech in the background. On the other side is the United States of America President, Barack Obama, with his Inaugural speech in the background.
Here is our bowling ball reaction video of the [bowlingball value”6969″/]. Let us know your thoughts.
Hammer has released the new [bowlingball value=”6936″/] as a successor to their popular [bowlingball value=”6724″/]. Watch the following video to see the ball reactions of Tony Ruocco, Brian Halstrom, and myself.
Roto-Grip is about to release the next version of their Cell brand of bowling ball – The Rogue Cell. The Cell and Cell Pearl have been wildly popular in the bowling leagues around me. I can’t wait for this newest edition to hit the lanes on March 12, 2009.
As usual, we will try to get video and reviews written as soon as possible.
Today, TalkBowling episode #12 was released. This episode is mostly geared towards new bowlers that aren’t sure of the difference between conventional and fingertip grips. We are very excited to be doing this and really appreciate all the support that we have received.
I wasn’t sure what to expect out of this bowling ball since I have never seen a 900 Global bowling ball in action before. I decided to drill the [bowlingball value=”6912″/] up aggressively with the pin 3 3/8″ from my PAP, just off to the right of my ring finger. I positioned the Mass Bias about two inched right of my grip’s centerline.
I must admit I was very impressed with the [bowlingball value=”6912″/]. As of right now it is the go to bowling ball in my arsenal. It makes a very strong hook in the backend. This ball needs a little oil to get down the lane, but when it does it is well worth it.
I must admit that when I first got the [bowlingball value=”6912″/] bowling ball, I was a little skepticle. 900 Global is a relatively new manufacturer that didn’t want to deal with Internet companies such as bowlingball.com in the beginning, so we had not tried any of their equipment. Wow, I am happy that they have changed their mind. The [bowlingball value=”6912″/] is one of my favorite bowling balls in my arsenal right now.