Welcome back to another Modern Bowling Ball Review! We have our ball tester Chris showcasing the Columbia 300 Cuda!
Columbia 300 Cuda PowerCOR Bowling Ball
Columbia 300 has produced some of the most memorable bowling balls in the history of the sport, the Cuda name and technology are towards the top of that list. The features of the original Cuda were ahead of their time; the new Cuda PowerCOR uses an updated version of the Cuda core for today’s environment. The PowerCOR is a dense but drillable inner piece of the core, eliminating drilling restrictions. A dense flip block is added to the core body that moves mass away from the center of the ball, creating more differential and imbalance. The Cuda PowerCOR cover is ERT Solid, most recently found on the successful Power Torq – providing confidence and extreme performance on medium to heavy oil patterns. With this release, Columbia 300 builds on the successful, strong symmetric performance balls that are so important in any bowler’s bag.
|BOWLING BALL CORE SHAPE||Symmetrical Core|
|BOWLING BALL CORE NAME||Columbia 300 Cuda PowerCOR Core|
|BOWLING BALL COVERSTOCK TYPE||Reactive|
|BOWLING BALL COVER NAME||Columbia 300 Reflex Solid Reactive|
|RADIUS OF GYRATION: RG (15LB)||2.50|
|DIFFERENTIAL: DIFF (15LB)||.047|
|MASS BIAS STRENGTH||N/A|
|FLARE POTENTIAL||4 – 5 Inches|
|SURFACE FINISH||1500 Grit|
|BALL LANE CONDITIONS||Dry – Medium Oil|
|BALL PERFORMANCE LEVEL||Entry Level Novice Bowling Balls|
|BALL WEIGHT||12LB, 13LB, 14LB, 15LB, 16LB|
|BOWLING BALL COLOR||Black, Red|