This was an interesting ball to say the least; a strong asymmetrical urethane bowling ball. The ball features the famous Nucleus Core from the Cell lines and is finished at a strong 1000 grit finish. Normally, I do not throw urethane although I do believe this ball fills a gap for me in certain situations and will provide other bowlers options, as well, in given situations. I tested this ball on a THS (Typical House Shot) and played a few different angles. For me as a tweener and not a high rev guy I did not have much success trying to open my angles up. I did, however, as one would expect, able to play pretty straighter and tighter lines successfully with this ball. The best look I received was standing around board 12 and going up 7 at the arrows. When I constantly hit this line I had that nice smooth ball motion one would expect from urethane. Also, the ball hit well for urethane. I kicked out a few pesky corner pins and was able to shoot messengers across the lane with this ball. This should mitigate some of the concerns bowlers have with urethane in that they note the urethane covers do not hit as hard as reactive bowling balls. What I am looking forward to is trying this ball out on the shorter sport oil conditions and seeing my success on it. I just recently had a tournament where I was bowling on 34' Stockholm and this would have been the ball I would have gone to when I needed to play tighter up the lane lines that require predictability. This is where this ball will fit for me.
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