One of my favorite balls of all time came back out of the bag and proved why I carry it all the time. This Wrecker is drilled with the pin removed by the ring finger no weight hole. This ball is real smooth up front but out of my hand is a smooth continuous motion. This night it produced games 266-299-279-847
I believe I will keep it.
"I can always count on the Wrecker plus it looks good going down the lane.
Hank Jordan R/G Staff"
Eric Morrison Wrecks the pins for 822 series
Date: 7.8.2015 Bowler: Eric Morrison Location: Houma, Louisiana Pro Shop: T's Pro Shop/ Larry Grabert II
Eric Morrison of Thibodaux, LA bowling the Wednesday night trio league at Bowl South of La bowled a nice 822 series with games of 247-276-299 and his ball of choice was a pin above bridge Roto Grip Wrecker and on a side note as a team the last game we shot 821 Eric Morrison 299 Brian Clause 254 and Larry Grabert II 268
First 800 series
Date: 7.3.2015 Bowler: Tanner Whitaker Location: Vidalia, Georgia Pro Shop:
Howard Marshall did not get much practice as he ran in from work. Are we talking about practice? When the lights came, a 13 bagger was stopped by a 7 pin but the lefty went ahead and finished out with the last 10 game two. Sitting on 300 & 280 gave him a chance to break the house record. Unfortunately his carry started acting funny but it did not stop him from shooting 814.
First Sanctioned 300
Date: 1.25.2015 Bowler: Warren Bush Location: Grand Island, New York Pro Shop: National Bowling Store
Bill has been bowling for 44 years and had only shot 300 in practice, until Wednesday, January 21st. He shot it the second game of a three game set. The league is made up of 5 members per team so he had to wait a while to get to his tenth frame. The Wrecker was the ball that made it happen for him.