Won The Elite Pro Shop Masters Tourney Using the TOTALLY DEFIANT mapped out by Sclem. Stuck the 9th, 10th, 11th, to sneak in the back door for the 8th & last match play spot. Then went trough the field to win 1st place & $500. THANKS Schlem for all your help & ROTO GRIP for making good equipment.
First 300 with Totally Defiant
Date: 10.14.2013 Bowler: KC O'Brien Location: , Pro Shop:
Third time out with the Totally Defiant, started the night out with the Deranged but found through the first game I needed a little more back end so I switched to the Totally Defiant and struck out with the last 5. The got the 12 and one more to start the third game for 18 in a row. This in a house that is notorious for leaving the corners both 10's and solid 7's. Awesome ball.
"The Totally Defiant goes through the heads as clean as any ball on the market today. Retains great energy for the backs."
TOTALLY DEFIANT - Review
Date: 9.24.2013 Bowler: John Brodersen Location: Helena, Montana Pro Shop: JB's Pro Shop
"The layout selection used was based on the Storm VLS system and suggestions made by Mr. Steve Kloempken of Storm. My thanks to Mr. Kloempken for his suggestions, time and knowledge.
Ball specs – 15 lbs 4 oz, 2.69top weight, and 3 5/8 -inch pin.
The Totally Defiant was drilled with a low RG layout as follows; using Dual Angle terminology - 2.5 inch pin distance, 60 degree drill angle and a 40 degree VAL angle. Using Storm’s VLS methodology the layout is 2.5 X 6 X 1.5 pin buffer. An X-hole was needed and placed in the P2 location. The surface was left OOB which is 1500 polished.
The HP4 line Totally Defiant is asymmetrical, has a pearl cover stock and an eye catching color scheme. The Totally Defiant was thrown on a fresh USBC White #2 pattern along with the Defiant Edge with a high RG layout (60 degree drill X 5 inch pin X 30 degree VAL). The pearl cover stock allowed the quick revving Totally Defiant to provide about two additional feet of length than the Defiant Edge but the Edge had a more angular breakpoint shape. Don’t get me wrong here. The Totally Defiant still had plenty of hook, recovery and hit on the backend but with the low RG layout the down lane motion was smoother. This is what I was trying to achieve. A Totally Defiant with its pearl cover, drilled with a high RG layout (longer pin and smaller VAL angle – dual angle system, longer pin and smaller pin buffer – Storm VLS) would be just as clean but more angular down lane than what I experienced and probably stronger than the Defiant EDGE.
With the selected layout, the Totally Defiant will allow me to play with more closed angles and closer to the friction on fresh medium to medium/heavy conditions.
RG amateur staff
Totally Defiant Scores BIG at Ormond Bowl
Date: 9.17.2013 Bowler: Justin Bradberry Location: Ormond Beach , Florida Pro Shop: Ormond Bowl Pro Shop/Mike Seymour
Justin has found a new favorite ball of late... He recently drilled the new Totally Defiant. Since drilling it he bowled 877 the 1st week of September at Ormond Bowl and the very next week he rolled 857 with same ball. So for his 6 games he is averaging 289.
"Thanks Roto Grip! I Own it!
The best ball and pro shop
Date: 9.17.2013 Bowler: Michael Henson Location: Concord, California Pro Shop: Bowlers Advantage
I am almost 63 years old now and have a low ball speed and low rev rate. My first two nights of league I rolled 184-254-259=697 and the second night 221-257-244=722 #WOW# what a great ball the Totally Defiant is!
"Did not bowl last year. This year new attitude and equipment. "
Totally Defiant..... 300 - 847
Date: 9.17.2013 Bowler: Rodney Alston Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Pro Shop: V&S Lanes Pro Shop / Steve Fred Sr.
This is my number #1 ball out the bag. If I have a good look out the gate with this ball I’m in the money. Last tournament I had one practice shot per lane before scoring began and got a decent motion to pocket, even if the body was still not yet loose. One board left move (a guess) and started with front 9 followed by stone 9 spare/strike. Move pairs, quick adjustment and posted a 278 game two. Layout for this one was basically a label drilling with pin in 1:30 position and MB in track. Very predictable and forgiving movement down lane. Right miss on house shots doesn’t cause ball to jerk and drives hard with flush ten-back on tug shots. Perfection.