CONGRATS TO MY LIL SIS QUANTRELLE FOR SHOOTING 870 Continue
Added by Jacquice (J.C.) Calhoun on September 29, 2010 at 3:27am —
JC shoot 300 on Friday 9/24/10 with the Mission 2.0 Continue
Added by Jacquice (J.C.) Calhoun on September 29, 2010 at 3:25am —
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Added by Otto Ferguson III on September 7, 2010 at 10:28am —
For those that are attending Hoinke's Super Bowl
this year http://hoinke.com/Hoinke_Classic/Super_Hoinke.html
If you're looking for sleeping rooms for your bowling group, give me a call. I handle all group bookings for my hotel. We offer competitive rates and we are the closest hotel to Western Bowl!
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Added by Amber Vicious on August 23, 2010 at 1:02pm —
I TOOK MY MUTANT CELL PEARL ALONG WITH MY PEARL CELL AND THREW THEM ON A 39' HOUSE SHOT. I ALWAYS CHANGE THE SURFACE OF EVERY SHINEY BOWLING BALL TO A SURFACE THAT I CAN REDO AS I CAN'T REPRODUCE THE FACTORY FINISH. I TOOK THE CELL PEARL AND PLAYED FROM 9 TO 4, I HAVE MEDIUM SPEED AND I'M A TWEENER. AS ALWAYS THE CELL PEARL WAS SUPER CLEAN THROUGH THE FRONTS WITH A STRONG BACKEND MOVE WITH GREAT HITTING POWER. NOW ONTO THE MUTANT CELL PEARL. THE SAME SHOT AS BEFORE, THE MUTANT CELL PEARL WAS AS… Continue
Added by Ricky L. Woods on July 10, 2010 at 5:04pm —
OH YEAH!!!!! THIS BALL IS AWESOME. OLD SCHOOL. I TOOK THE GRENADE AND USED IT ON A 35' FLAT PATTERN. THIS BALL WAS AMAZING. IT READ THE DRY BOARDS AND MADE A NICE SMOOTH MOVE TO THE POCKET. I WAS PLAYING UP 2nd & 3rd BOARD. I KNEW THIS BALL WAS GOING TO BE GOOD, JUST DIDN'T KNOW HOW GOOD. WITH THE SMOOTHER MOVE TO THE POCKET, IT KEPT THE PINS ALIVE AND DANCING AROUND ON THE PIN DECK. THIS BALL WOULD BE A MUST FOR ANYONE, BUT THE HIGH REV PLAYERS WOULD REALLY LIKE IT. AS THE CONDITION OF THE… Continue
Added by Ricky L. Woods on July 10, 2010 at 5:03pm —
Added by Rebekah Diers on July 1, 2010 at 2:44pm —
This ball has the characteristics of two of my favorite balls. It has the old black Roto Grip Silver Streak weight block, now being used on the Nomads. It also has an urethane shell that reminds me of my old blue hammer, but it can be polished. It's a little stronger than the Storm Natural to me.
I drilled mine 4x4 pin over the ring finger and cg a little right of the palm. No weight hole.
This is a great ball for lighter oil conditions and/or shorter oil patterns. It is also a… Continue
Added by Kenny Taylor on June 30, 2010 at 9:45pm —
I had my Mutant Cell Pearl drilled 4-1/2 x 4. The pin is 1" over the ring finger and 1/2" to the right, the cg is 1-1/2" below the ring finger and the mass bias is 1/2" right of the thumb hole, no weight hole.
I am very pleased with the reaction it gives me. The pearl finish gets through the heads easily. The colorful shell lets you see the roll and spin. The midlane reaction is one of the best I've seen, it is very consistent and strong without any jerk and the backend is… Continue
Added by Kenny Taylor on June 30, 2010 at 9:19pm —
I drilled the Mutant Pearl with the pin above my fingers, 4 3/4" from my axis, cg out (enough to drill weight hole), MB 1 1/2" right of thumb, 1 1/8" weight hole on my VAL, 2" down from my axis (4 7/8>up 13/16). The Pearl gets down the lane about 2' longer than my Mutant solid on a fresh house shot. The reaction off the dry is a very smooth,arcing motion through the pins. The Pearl hits hard, like all the Cell balls, with strong continuation…
Added by SenorRotoGrip on June 29, 2010 at 8:30am —
Im very proud here today to talk to you about the new mutant cell pearl,and on how great this ball is for me and maybe even for you if you can get your hands on one.First thing first i would like to say wow very nice looking ball and wild colours as well very well created,great job.So what do i think about my mutant pearls?drilled 2 up right away.I like this ball alot reminds me of the cell pearl but not quite some differences.way more backend reaction thats for sure.This ball gives me clean… Continue
Added by Daniel Skitt on June 15, 2010 at 3:18am —
i new when this ball came out that this ball wasnt going to do much.because of the urethane cover but still has a pretty strong core shape to it.When i drilled mine it gave me a nice controll but smooth reaction to the pocket.Even for when i was using it on the shorter lane patterns it didnt over react for me playing up the boards.
My Grenade is laid out with the pin drilled out in ring finger being place 3 inches from axis and cg being place in the center of my grip.Box finish is… Continue
Added by Daniel Skitt on June 15, 2010 at 3:13am —
Using the core found in the Riot and Dark Star, Roto Grip has wrapped a urethane, 2000 grit abralon finish, coverstock (retrothane), around the core to give this ball the same Rg and Differential as the Dark Star and Riot. As the newer, stronger covers, tend to burn up lane conditions faster than in the "old" urethane days, urethane is making a return. From the novice to the advanced bowler, a urethane cover will provide a more controlled ball reaction on light to drier… Continue
Added by SenorRotoGrip on June 13, 2010 at 10:44am —
December 5, 2009 3rd annual Something 4 the Ladies Scratch
- winner- Tinikia Fleming
of Fountain Inn, SC
runner-up- Daphne Smith
of Simpsonville, SC
December 12, 2009 6th annual Holiday Scratch
- winner- Jake Washington
of Hiram, GA
Added by TIM MCNAIR on June 1, 2010 at 9:00pm —
The REALBOWLERS TOUR is in the midst of an exciting season of competitive bowling, we are enjoying our best season yet in attendance and overall tour participation and you the "RealBowler" has made that possible. So far we've hosted eight scratch events with only four events remaining. Our tour is constantly evolving as we continue to look for ways to make it appealing to every scratch bowler regardless of age and… Continue
Added by TIM MCNAIR on June 1, 2010 at 8:00pm —
At the mix tournament in Augusta I shot 244 260 300 for a 804 in team. Forgive me if I take time to big up myself.
Added by Derryck T. Vanish on April 18, 2010 at 8:16am —
I have my Dark Star drilled 5x5 with the pin 1/2 inch over the bridge and the CG 1 inch under the bridge, polished box finish. The ball gets down the lane very nicely and goes a little longer than most medium shell balls, it makes up for the extra length on the back end with a strong continuous finish and hits the pins with a lot of saved energy. Because of the extra length and strong finish I get better angles into the pocket when I'm trying to hook the ball anywhere from the third arrow and… Continue
Added by Kenny Taylor on April 6, 2010 at 4:32pm —
Combining the Ultimate Vision pearl coverstock (1500 polished) with a new medium core (2.58) and medium differential (.40), Roto Grip introduces the Dark Star to its mid priced line. With a slightly stronger Rg than the Planet series, the Dark Star is a ball for medium to drier patterns. For PBA patterns, with proper layout, a stroker/tweener will find the Dark Star to be a good "go to ball" on the 37' Viper and 35' Cheetah as the pattern breaks down.
Added by SenorRotoGrip on April 3, 2010 at 11:01am —
Dark Star My dark star is drilled pin below ring finger. So this ball here has the same core as the riot basically gives you the same kind of look. it gives the pearl type finish,ball is very controlling. My advise is not to be used on heavy oil lane conditions, to be used on shorter or dry lane conditions... reason for that the ball cleans the front very well and has a very smooth reaction. For bowlers who need a ball for shoprter sport pattens this is the ball I would use..
Added by Daniel Skitt on April 2, 2010 at 2:35am —
The Riot is a great benchmark ball for any bowler’s arsenal. I bowl in a PBA experience league and have had great success with this ball. It is a very predictable ball and carries great. I am a lower revs player and am happy with the power this ball hits the pocket with on some of the longer shots.… Continue
Added by Rebekah Diers on March 26, 2010 at 11:22am —