After just few weeks with the Berserk I have found "close" to perfection. In the 3 weeks I have shot 639,689,647,668,633,642 & 762 with a 299. This ball just flat out rocks with awesome carry for a guy with high speed (18.5) and high revs. (450+). Thanks Roto.
Berserk = 300!
Date: 2.5.2013 Bowler: Travis Bathurst Location: York, Pennsylvania Pro Shop: Bolwer Maxx / Terry Miller
"Roto Grip Rick and Bowler Maxx Pro Shop would like to give a SHOUT OUT to travis and his great accomplishment with his Berserk drilled by the staff at Bowler Maxx Pro Shop. Congrats and good luck the rest of the season!"
First career 300 with Berserk!
Date: 2.4.2013 Bowler: Conner Kimura Location: Thornton, Colorado Pro Shop:
"After having a rocking start with a 212 game, I switched to my Berserk pin up and polished and had the front 9, then a swishing 10th ball leaving the 7-10 standing... Not losing focus, I regrouped and enter the next game and went front 11 strikes and then left a 6-10, A little light, but I will take it!! Thanks again to Mickey, Mike Sinek and the home office team that has supported me the past several years... My success and my recent induction to my local USBC hall of fame are due to YOU guys!!! Thanks again Team Utah!!!"
Berserk rolling great and keeps striking
Date: 12.11.2012 Bowler: Rickie Banister Location: Santa Maria, California Pro Shop:
Last night in my Scratch Trio League using my new Berserk for the first time (I have two) I rolled games of 279, 279, 269 for an 827 series. This is my second 800 series in the past month. I have had four honor scores (300, 299, 2x800s) since returning from a 14 month deployment in Saudi Arabia 3 months ago.
""Only with Roto Grip is this possible""
Beserk Ball Review
Date: 11.25.2012 Bowler: Ron Case Location: Antioch, California Pro Shop: Gene Azevedo
My Axis is 5 5/8 right, ¼ up, my speed is average and I would consider myself with higher revs but more up the back. So not a cranker but not really straight either.
Drilled the pin 4” and the CG 4” from PAP (pin down).
Here is a strong ball that with my game rolls very well. It reads the mid-lane very good and has a nice smooth turn towards the pocket. It has worked best when you need to go down the boards or with just a little swing. I played a couple of patterns where I’ve had to go straight up the edge and this is my ball of choice. It makes a nice move but not too much coming off the gutter. To play way inside with it you may need more hand than me so it doesn’t lose energy. House shot or further out, this ball is great for me.
BERSERK racks up 300s and new Team Records!
Date: 11.15.2012 Bowler: Dustin Dingler Location: North Canton, Ohio Pro Shop: North Star Proshop - Akron Ohio / Don Hogue
10/24/12 = 298 / 782
10/31/12 = 300 / 797
11/7/12 = 300 / 743
Three week average = 258, with back to back week career 300's # 7 & #8 using Rotogrip Berserk.
On 10/31/2012 while bowling in the Tiger Sand & Gravel League
the All CITIES APPRAISAL team consisting of the following players; Dan Freeman Jr., Dustin Dingler, Mark Prosise, Dan Freeman, and Josh Haddad posted scratch scores of 1310, 1266, 1232 = 3808! Ranked 2nd in the nation this season according to USBC. 3 out of 5 players were using Rotogrip bowling equipment (Berserk, Pearl Cell, and Mutent Cell).
"The Roto Grip Berserk is hands down the best ball Roto Grip has ever created. I used to like my Silver Streak, but love the Berserk. It has surpassed all expectations. "
Staff Review - BERSERK - Mike Johnston
Date: 11.10.2012 Bowler: Mike Johnston Location: , Pro Shop:
I tested the Berserk on a typical house shot. This ball will be ideal in a typical league condition.
My Berserk is drilled with the pin below the fingers keeping the box finish. This ball was clean through the front end and produced about 4-5 inches of flare. The ball rolled strong off my hand and in the mid-lane the ball revved up nicely and made a solid, smooth move to the pocket.
The Berserk has a very predictable reaction, which is ideal for the league player. As the lanes transition, I could simply move left, play a little deeper and continue to use this ball. I found this ball to be 2-3 boards stronger than the Outlaw. The hybrid cover of the Berserk allows the ball to make a nice strong move off the dry.
What I enjoyed the most about this ball is the predictability of the cover. It produced a nice steady hook to the pocket. I was getting 4-5 inches of flare and bouncing the ball off the dry all night.
The Berserk is a great ball for the league bowler. This ball will make a nice addition to anyone’s arsenal.
Roto Grip Staff