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Columbia 300 Jazz Orange/Yellow Reviewed By: AsianBowler15 01/10/2009 21:31 ( stars)
1 of 3 people found this review helpful.
Good for spares and for dry this ball can hook a ton would recommend only for beginner. For tweener or cranker go to the Virtual Gravity or the NVD this ball looks cool down the lane because it is polished and bright.
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Columbia 300 Jazz Orange/Yellow Reviewed By: davidweinmann 12/04/2010 01:26 ( stars)
I got this ball 5 inch pin and 2 1/4 ounce top weight... i was expecting it to react weak out of the box, i was wrong... this thing took off on a fresh shot! i drilled it with pin over ring finger and cg kicked with it right at 7/8 of a ounce top... i love this layout on any ball but it is the most continuous with this ball! i recommend anyone wanting a great smooth ball for dry-med oil to have this ball! not only as their weak ball, no, as your medium range ball. and btw, dont let the core fool you... this ball hits like a simi truck carrying a load of boulders, despite the creamsicle color XD
Columbia 300 Jazz Orange/Yellow Reviewed By: Soprano 11/20/2009 16:25 ( stars)
Exactly what I wanted out of this ball. Long and strong. Pin over the center of the fingers. I thought for the price it might not hit well, but don't let the price fool you. I've just ordered my 2nd just to polish a little higher. Tired of the over/under reaction you get out of all the latest & greatest but want something that still hits when it gets to the hole? Jump on this thing.
Columbia 300 Jazz Orange/Yellow Reviewed By: broncobill 10/20/2009 09:28 ( stars)
Picked up this ball to try for a dry house, synthetics with really light oil. I live on the east coast, and we joke constantly about our oil embargo here. Ball arrived 14lbs 14oz, around a 3" pin, with exactly 3 oz top. Nice specs for what I wanted. I drilled it with a 2" pin to pap, which puts the CG directly in the middle of my grip. This was the lowest flare rating on Columbia's drill sheet. I found this piece was more ball than I expected, even with the low flare drilling. This ball seems like it could handle a bit more oil than I am playing on, and might be better suited for medium oil, not really dry. And the color is so ugly its cool. Mine is more yellow than orange, and it looks alot brighter in person than in the photos, when its clean. I say this, because the ball picked up alot more lane junk with every trip down the lane than about any other ball I own - black marks, rubber smears, etc and required alot of cleaning and wiping between shots to get all the junk off . Maybe just the crappy house I bowl in.
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Columbia 300 Jazz Orange/Yellow Reviewed By: bowlingball.com reviews by Shawn Ryan 09/09/2008 12:46 ( stars)
This is the ball you need if you are a beginner looking for your first reactive ball or if you bowl a lot of tournaments and are looking for a ball that will clear the front part of the lane with ease later in the block and still hit hard. Not only does this ball cover all of the above, but it comes in three different colors so you can look stylish while knocking down the pins.
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