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Brunswick Anaconda Reviewed By: bowlingball.com reviews by Tony Ruocco 06/25/2010 08:48 ( stars)
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The biggest snake brings the biggest hook yet.
Pin to PAP(5 1/8" over 1/8" up) - 4 1/2" under ring finger
Mass Bias Position - n/a
CG Placement - lower right quadrant of grip
Balance Hole - 1" x 2" from center of grip through cg on VAL
Surface Preparation - Out of Box (500 Siaair/Rough Buff)
What I Was Looking For In This Ball Layout:
Again I decided to drill this ball using one of my favorite and more common layouts for reviews. I also wanted to drill this the same as my Revolver so I could get a ball to ball comparison of the two. Obviously but the performance line this ball is in and the nature of the ball it will be weaker then the Revolver but we will see how much and where this fits in the line up.
What I Ended Up With in the Ball and Layout:
WOW, one of my favorite ball motions from Brunswick. As much as people raved about the previous balls in the line (Snake balls) I never tried one. The Anaconda surpassed all my expectations and then some.
The ball was so smooth through the heads, even with this stronger layout it rolled awesome and did not jump at the first sign of friction.
As the ball got into the lane I saw a smooth motion off the breakpoint without a jumpy ball motion but it was still very strong. I still had that feeling that even though I knew the ball was not going to go left off the break point it was still going to get back from anywhere because it was so strong.
The cover allowed the ball to store up enough energy that when it got the the backends it rolled up perfectly and hit as hard as the high performance balls on the market.
I could easily see this ball being a go to ball in the second and third games during league or for those transition times in a tournament format. All in all the Anaconda is a great addition to the 2010 Brunswick line up of balls.