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Brunswick’s Method to Being Bias

bowlingball.com 8/9/2018



​There is one thing I love about being a staff writer here at bowlingball.com, and part of that is not only dealing with a great and fantastic staff, but being able to create epic titles to articles, and bring a creative spin to the sport of bowling. Brunswick is unleashing a brand new Quantum to the lanes and their all new Method, iconically known as the ball used for Liz Kuhlkin’s win at the U.S. Women’s Open back in June.



The Quantum Bias is a stand out white solid colored bowling ball, and from Team Brunswick staffers unveiling on their social media outlets, after a bit of time gets EXTREMELY dirty. Put the emphasis on EXTREMELY. Don’t let that distract you from the fact that this ball features the Quantum Mushroom High RG Asymmetric core with the ECA-XR coverstock. Finished at 500/1000 Siaair Micro Pad, the Quantum Bias is perfect for heavy oil lane conditions and is going to give you a strong backend when it sees friction. This white solid Quantum Bias is going to blackout the competition, just hopefully not blackout the lanes.






The Method has been making headway on the lanes already and is already having a lot of air time, most known as Liz Kuhlkin’s “method” to winning the U.S. Women’s Open. Using 2 different layouts, this ball is going to be a versatile piece in a lot of bowler’s arsenals. Featuring the Magnitude 055 High Diff core and the Synthesis Hybrid coverstock, be prepared to deliver opponents a method to winning just like Liz did. Finished at 500/3000 Siaair Micro Pad, the Method is going to give you a delayed bite on the backend and amazing angularity. With it’s hybrid cover, this ball will blend the lane out so nicely and in a controllable fashion, that Brunswick fans and bowlers in seek of a new ball are going to just die for.


Both the Method and Quantum Bias hit August 7th, rder yours today right here at bowlingball.com. It’s where bowlers go.