This ball not only looks great, it performs great as well. It just got better and better as the pattern broke down. Very smooth to begin, no sharp reaction, just controllable arc. I had it drilled 4x4x2 or 45x4x32. As the pattern broke down, this ball just turned into a beast. Still not over reactive but strong and continuous.
01-30-2020 11:57 AM
I received this ball last week and finally had it drilled last night. I used a dual angle layout of 45 x 3 3/4 x 0. I wanted this ball to react similar to a Rico drill on a symmetrical ball. It is more clean through the heads and extremely smooth in the mids and when it hits the friction. To get more out of this ball I think I will need a weight hole drilled about 1 to 1 1/2 inches below my PAP on the VAL. I did not get much flare with my current layout.
Sometimes you just got to test different layouts to see which work best.
02-09-2020 06:24 AM
This ball just got better as the lanes broke down. I bowled 13 games straight with it and the ball just rolled smooth and didn't lose anything. I drilled it 55x4.5x25. I only had to make small adjustments as the day went along.
02-10-2020 11:22 AM
Had this ball drilled on Saturday 2/8/2020. Subbed Sunday night 2/9/2020. Layout I chose was a stacked layout with pin to the right of ring finger. The ball performed extremely well and highly recommend it
02-13-2020 12:56 PM
I received this ball last Friday and had it drilled Monday. I used it as a step down from my blizzard blast and boy am I glad I got this ball. As the lanes started to break down I will still able to stay right and just go up the boards with it.
02-15-2020 05:54 PM
Ball is very clean predictable off the spot an you can play up the boards or go around them if you need to
02-16-2020 04:57 PM
At 55x3 3/4x25 the Blizzard Rush for me is my first choice to ball down too when the lanes starts to transition and breakdown at the end of the pattern. The Blizzard Rush easily gets through the “dry” spot in the pattern and unleashes its energy in an aggressive continuous motion on the remaining friction to demolish the pins.