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Brunswick Nexxxus f(P S) Reviewed By: Doug Morton 09/21/2012 11:43 ( stars)

About the Bowler
Bowling Hand    Right Handed
League Average    220
Ball Speed    Fast
Style    Cranker
PAP    5-1/8 RT 1/2 UP
Pin to PAP: 4-1/2
Drill Angle: 60
Val Angle: 30
X Hole (if there is one): P2
Rev Rate: 400
Ball Speed: 18
PAP/Track: 5-1/8 RT, 1/2 UP
Grit: Box
Type: (Matte, Polish, Sanded): Matte (Rough Buff)
Length: 41'
Volume: Medium-Heavy
Type (THS, Sport Pattern etc): USBC White Pattern
For the Nexxxus (P+S), I decided to go with my favorite layout for an asymmetrical ball. I have used this layout on each Rotor-cored Nexus ball with success, but had not tried it on the Arrowhead core. I've enjoyed both solids to the point where they are always in my bag and I sometimes have trouble deciding which one to throw. So needless to say, I am always excited about another Nexus release.

To be honest, I was not a huge fan of the original Nexus Pearl. To put it simply, we just didn't match up...it happens. So while I was excited for the Nexxxus (P+S) I was skeptical of another Nexus utilizing the Arrowhead core and pearl cover. Luckily, this ball matches up much better for me and gives me that strong angular motion I expected from the original Nexus Pearl.
On the 41' USBC White Pattern, I have the Nexxxus (P+S) hook potential just slightly weaker than the original Nexus Solid, but obviously, the pearl additive and Arrowhead core allow the ball to get a little further downlane before making that strong angular move I've come to expect with the Nexus series. That angularity is slightly more pronounced than than what I saw with the Nexus(p+f) and Nexxus(p+r).

I carry this ball along side a C-System Maxxed Out and fine them to be a good combination when deciding how to play a pattern. Sometimes you need the strong continuous motion of a symmetrical ball, and sometimes you need a ball that really gets kicked down lane. In the latter case, the Nexxxus(p+s) fits the bill. While I've only had the opportunity to throw this ball on league conditions, I am looking forward to throwing it on other patterns that really take advantage of it's quick response time.
Doug Morton
Brunswick Regional Staff Member
Xclusive Pro Shop - Anchorage, AK
The opinions expressed are solely those of the writer and not of Brunswick Corporation.

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