Best Bowling Balls
You may have a great degree of natural talent, but you still need to have the right
equipment to truly step your level of play up. The latest line of bowling balls
makes it easier than ever to improve your play and perform like a true champion.
And what comes as even better news is that this line of balls provides enough
individual variety to grant any bowler a perfect match.
One of the simplest yet most important features to look for is the finish of the
ball. While you might assume that this finish is universal among balls, it's actually
not. Chances are you will want to look for balls that feature a finished and
polished surface. These provide a smooth delivery and are key to getting as many
strikes as possible. Having noted that, however, you may wish to look for an
unpolished or unfinished ball if you have someone you know who can take care of
the finishing and polishing for you. These unfinished and unpolished balls are
usually cheaper so they are often chose on price alone.
Another very important factor to look for when you're considering your next
purchase is the hook potential of the ball. The hook potential scale ranges from
zero to sixty, with sixty being the highest degree of hook potential. For example, if
you have a severe hook then you will want to look into lower hook potential balls.
Conversely, if you would like to add some hook to your shot then you would
probably do better with a higher hook potential ball. If you haven't previously
purchased a ball then it may prove beneficial to rent a few different balls first and
see how the different hook potentials respond to your typical bowling technique.
You will also notice that bowling balls are also rated for the types of lanes they
are to be used on. Lane conditions are usually rated from dry to medium to high.
If you are not sure of the lane conditions where you usually bowl then don't
hesitate to call up that bowling alley and make an inquiry. This will help to insure
you get the best bowl for the