The first major innovation in the manufacturing of bowling balls occurred in 1960 when Columbia Industries Inc. successfully utilized polyester resin for manufacturing the Columbia 300 bowling ball. At that time, Columbia was a fledgling corporation headquartered in Ephrata, Washington, near the famed Columbia River. Its production capacity was about 40 balls per day. The company has come a long way in the intervening years. Columbia 300, Inc. moved to San Antonio, Texas and now is based out of Hopkinsville, Kentucky. Today, Columbia 300 is owned and operated by Ebonite International.

C300 bowling categories

CLEAN AND STRONG

Great looking just like the OG Chaos! 1st thing I noticed is how clean this gets down the lane and how strong it is off the pattern! I threw this on a regular THS 41’ and Shark Pattern. Played 2-3 different zones but no matter what I still had enough motion downlane to go thru the pins properly! This tells me the consistency of all phases of motio

n is there!! Definitely a great 1-2 punch with the Green Chaos!!

Mike Calhoun
This ball doesn’t disappoint!!!

Hey y’all…… Stefanie Johnson here… this ball most definitely makes me want to live the Savage Life — WOW! I have had the opportunity to use this on a handful of both medium and longer patterns and it hasn’t failed me yet. I have used it to play straight AND when I need to open up my angles. It stores a lot of energy and goes through the pin

s with so much power! A versatile ball that I have seen many different styles of players use. And it’s pretty…. BONUS!

Stefanie Johnson
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HyperShock technology

HyperSHOCK Technology

HyperSHOCK Technology (patent pending) helps power the ball through the pins by controlling the influence they have on the ball's path through the deck. Columbia 300 balls with HyperSHOCK not only get you to the pocket, but drive through like no other on the planet.

About Columbia 300

The first major innovation in the manufacturing of bowling balls occurred in 1960 when Columbia Industries Inc. successfully utilized polyester resin for manufacturing the Columbia 300 bowling ball. At that time, Columbia was a fledgling corporation headquartered in Ephrata, Washington, near the famed Columbia River. Its production capacity was about 40 balls per day. The company has come a long way in the intervening years. Columbia 300, Inc. moved to San Antonio, Texas and now is based out of Hopkinsville, Kentucky.

One of the factors contributing to the success of the company is the eye catching colors and designs, which go along with using the pearlized, bright-colored polyester materials. The sheer beauty of the product makes it instantly acceptable. However, Columbia realizes no bowler will sacrifice one single pin off his score for the prestige of owning a beautiful ball.

As bowling balls are the exclusive product of Columbia 300, all research and development goes into the improvement of the striking sphere. Therefore, the company has gone all out for researching the physical properties which make for what the bowling fraternity calls "impact" and "mixing" of the pins. More recently such terms as radius of gyration, coefficient of restitution and amount of flare are factored into the manufacturing process. Research into every aspect of making a better ball for the bowler goes on every day at Columbia 300.

Columbia 300 sells both polyester and polyurethane bowling balls with distribution in all 50 states and about 30 countries overseas.

Domestically, Columbia 300 products are marketed through distributors and pro shops. Internationally, Columbia 300 products are perceived as the quality and performance leaders. The products are sold through distributors, including exclusive distributorships in the key market areas of the Pacific Rim. In addition to the Columbia label, private label balls are also manufactured for various national and international customers.

Columbia 300 has a long and storied history. Each step within that history has been filled with great performing, quality made products coming from each of our three manufacturing facilities. The latest move to Ebonite International has enhanced the strength build on the history of this champion brand.