Jessica G

Jessica G

68p

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2 days ago @ New Bowling Balls, Bow... - Three Poor Bowling Tips · 0 replies · +1 points

Hi Clarence,

I can imagine adjusting from hurdling footwork to bowling was quite the challenge. Having that athletic background can certainly help set you up for success in the long run with bowling though.

Wishing you continued success!
Jess
bowlingball.com Staff

2 weeks ago @ New Bowling Balls, Bow... - Double Check Your Bowl... · 0 replies · +1 points

Hi The Old Inspector,

Sorry to hear about your experience. Sad to say, but you are not alone in this kind of situation. It seems we need a better way of regulating the many ever-changing variables of our sport. Or maybe just better regulation of the testing of equipment. Once that happens, hopefully you and many others will reconsider national tournaments.

Til then, keep up the good bowling!
Jess
bowlingball.com Staff

4 weeks ago @ New Bowling Balls, Bow... - Professional Custom Dr... · 0 replies · +1 points

Hi Andy,

Thank you so much for allowing us to drill your new Envy. We tried to pack a "300" in there :) We look forward to drilling your next ball for you.

Thank you again and best of luck on the lanes.
Jess
bowlingball.com

4 weeks ago @ New Bowling Balls, Bow... - Professional Custom Dr... · 0 replies · +1 points

Hi Helen!

We are very happy to hear that you are loving your new Blue Coral Venom. It is truly a pleasure working with you, always. Looking forward to seeing those scores soar on the lanes!

Thanks again,
Jessi
bowlingball.com

1 year ago @ New Bowling Balls, Bow... - Checklist For Beginner... · 0 replies · +1 points

Hi James,

We have some other great articles here on Bowlversity that may answer your questions. Here are a few to get you started:
https://www.bowlingball.com/BowlVersity/align-you... https://www.bowlingball.com/BowlVersity/use-your-...

Best of luck to you,
Jessica G.
bowlingball.com

1 year ago @ New Bowling Balls, Bow... - Tips For Slow Ball Spe... · 0 replies · +1 points

Hi Ted,

Per USBC Ball Motion Studies, the average ball speed is between 15 and 17.5 mph. Anything below 15 mph would be considered slower speed and anything above 17.5 mph would be considered fast.

Thanks and good bowling,
Jessica G.
bowlingball.com

1 year ago @ New Bowling Balls, Bow... - Women With Slow Ball S... · 0 replies · +1 points

Hi Vickie,

Welcome back to bowling! Both the Pyramid Path Rising and the Brunswick Twists are excellent options for lower ball speed. For the Pyramid Path Rising, this will give you slightly better performance/more hook on the lanes than the Brunswick Twist. Not to mention, the Path Rising comes with a 2-year warranty as well. I think the Path Rising would suit you well.

Best of luck!
Jessica G.
bowlingball.com

1 year ago @ New Bowling Balls, Bow... - Bowling Ball Mass Bias · 0 replies · +1 points

Hi Jon,

Did bowlingball.com drill your new ball for you? Are you able to email us a photo of your ball so that we may take a look? Please send to: support@bowlingball.com at your earliest convenience.

Thank you,
Jessica G.
bowlingball.com

1 year ago @ New Bowling Balls, Bow... - Professional Custom Dr... · 0 replies · +1 points

Hi Eric,

We are very happy to hear that you are loving your new gear. It is truly a pleasure working with you. Looking forward to seeing those scores soar on the lanes!

Thanks again,
Jessica G.
bowlingball.com

1 year ago @ New Bowling Balls, Bow... - Matching Bowling Ball ... · 1 reply · +2 points

Hi Mark,

Your Columbia 300 polyester ball will roll the same as your new Storm Ice Storm, even though the finishes are slightly different. Due to the nature of the polyester coverstock, the ball will skid and roll straight down the lane towards the pins, with very little to likely no hook, which is perfect if you throw the ball straight. Could you please clarifiy what you mean by "get any weights in it"? iI you are referring to weight holes, those are now consider illegal by USBC rules. You will not need any weight holes :) It is common that any new ball you get requires an "adjustment period". It will take some time to get used to the fit and how the ball reads the lanes. With practice, you should see improvement in your future.

Best of luck,
Jessica G
bowlingball.com