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Track 100P Red Sparkle Reviewed By: SpookLemur 11/02/2011 03:09 ( stars)

About the Bowler
Bowling Hand    Right Handed
Experience    Advanced (I have bowled in a league)
League Average    190
Ball Speed    Medium
Style    Tweener
PAP    4 1/2
I would like to start off by saying that I am still a little new to bowling, so some of the more esoteric terminology may escape me. I do bowl 3 to 4 times a week, play in a league, and most importantly needed a straight ball for spares.

I just rolled this one out today during league play. Actually midway though the second game, as it was being drilled during the first game.


Nice looking ball, very high polish. Shoots straight as an arrow no matter how I threw it. Did not disappoint.

I know for a fact that this is a rock steady spare shooter. To further illustrate this point I will tell a very short story of a doubter, and his seemingly arrogant proclamation.

My teammate (an insane cranker) insisted that this ball could hook if you really wanted it to. I told him that it was in fact a straight ball, and no matter how he threw it, the ball would remain straight. He did not believe me, and proclaimed "oh, I can make it hook". He started in a loaded wrist position, arched back, and lofted it near the center of the lane towards the right gutter with a stupid amount of revs. The 100p skid to the backend spinning like a top only to remain un-deviated to it's inevitable journey to the 10 pin. Had I been a wiser man I would have placed a bet on that shot.

So, in summation I would say that the "100p" is in fact a straight ball.

Did I mention it looks stunningly beautiful?
Oh, it's stunningly beautiful.
I am not a fan of the campy neon, swirled, graphic emblazoned, eyesores associated with top end balls. It is classy in it's simplicity, and dose not over do it with a bunch of gimmicky, overplayed aesthetics. It is red, and has sparkles. And yet in it's gorgeous simplicity it attracted far more attention in an otherwise sea of over-hyped, tie-dye wannabe swirly orbs. Had the etched typeface been Helvetica in this ball, I would have been inclined to purchase several more to insure I would never have to suffer poor design for a lifetime.

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