I Shot 647 in my Bowling League Last Night

While this isn’t my high series, it is for AMF Deltona Lanes.

I started the night with my [bowlingball value=”4444″/]. I love the way this ball rolls when 1) I roll it well, and 2) the lanes accept it. It goes so long and because of the solid black, you can see the transition so well. So I shot a 201 first game.

Second game I changed to the [bowlingball value=”6811″/]. With a couple of really bad shots I squeeked out a 195. So going into the third game I was -4.

Note: What do I mean by -4? Most bowlers base scores on a 200 average. So after game one, I was +1. Game two I was -5, so I was averaging -4. So I needed to shoot 204 in the third game to shoot 600. Back to my bowling now…

In the third game a continued to use the [bowlingball value=”6811″/]. I started spare in the first frame, and strike in the second. In the third frame I decided to just throw the bowling ball into the gutter on the first ball. Somehow I rebounded a almost ran the sheet. I struck through the second ball in the tenth. My final score for the third game was 252, giving me a 647 series.

[bowlingball value=”4444,i150l”/][bowlingball value=”6811,i150r”/]


The Storm Hy Road Bowling Ball

[bowlingball value=”6811,i150r”/]
I had the opportunity to try the [bowlingball value=”6811″/] last night to shoot our next ball reaction video. I can say that I was very impressed with the reaction of this ball. I believe this is my first mid-performance bowling ball in a long time.

I drilled the [bowlingball value=”6811″/] with the pin 3 3/8″ from my Positive Axis Point, which puts the pin to the right on my ring finger. I put a 1″x2″ weight hole 6″ from my center line straight through the CG.

I shot my first 600 series in weeks with this ball. Averaging only in the 180’s, I usually score in the 540’s.

Storm and Roto-Grip have been making some great bowling balls recently. The [bowlingball value=”6810″/] and the [bowlingball value=”6811″/] are perfect compliments to each other.

The video will be released soon.

Bowling Video

Storm Virtual Gravity Video Bowling Ball Review

We shot another great video.  This time it was for the [bowlingball value=”6810″/].

We used 3 different bowlers and bowling styles throwing a variety of layouts.  Please enjoy!!!


Storm Virtual Gravity Bowling Ball Review

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[bowlingball value=”6810″/], An Unstoppable Force from Storm.

Pin to PAP(4 1/2″ over 0″ up) – 3 3/8″
Mass Bias Position – 1″ right of center line
Balance Hole – 7/8″ x 1 1/2″ deep on the PAP

Surface Preparation – Factory Finish Polish (4000 grit Abralon)

What I Was Looking For In This Ball Layout:
This was my first bowling ball in the Shift line so I wasn’t totally sure what to expect. I knew that Tony and Brian really liked their previous ones.

What I Ended Up With in the Ball and Layout:
I first tried to use the ball at its out of box finish. With my lower ball speed it was hard to get the ball down the lane because of its huge hooking potential.

I then polished it up with some Factory Finish High Gloss polish. What a huge difference. We were able to shoot our ball reaction video on a fresh house shot and you need to watch it to see. Tony and Brian were playing ridiculous angles with this ball.

See more reviews on the product page of the [bowlingball value=”6810″/].