The Ebonite Polaris Hybrid gets put to the test by bowler with 500+ RPM rev rate | Bowling Ball Review

Coolwick's Scott Penna throws the Ebonite POLARIS HYBRID! Full reaction and commentary!

Ebonite Polaris Hybrid Bowling Ball

The original Polaris excelled on heavier conditions, and the new Polaris Hybrid uses less surface and GSV-3, a cleaner cover to produce less hook in oil, and a stronger backend. The innovative Polaris core with a radial disc on the bottom of the ball helps maintain flare potential after drilling. This core feature and the cleaner and more responsive cover will give the Polaris Hybrid the edge on medium to heavier conditions.

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BOWLING BALL COVERSTOCK TYPE

BOWLING BALL COVER NAME

RADIUS OF GYRATION: RG (15LB)

DIFFERENTIAL: DIFF (15LB)

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FLARE POTENTIAL

SURFACE FINISH

BALL LANE CONDITIONS

BALL WEIGHT

BALL PERFORMANCE LEVEL

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One thought on “The Ebonite Polaris Hybrid gets put to the test by bowler with 500+ RPM rev rate | Bowling Ball Review

  1. James Mccurdy says:

    Thumb sock: What Is the ability of the bowler, to be able to hold ball, while wearing sock? I am concerned, that ball would slip off of thumb, before delivering.

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