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Brunswick TZone Indigo Swirl Review
Review Date - 9/20/2017
If you are an avid bowler then you know it is always good to have a spare ball, and the Brunswick® TZone® bowling ball with its improved colors that glow even more brightly under black light is the perfect option. A smaller version of the high-tech, two-piece core, the bullet core provides great weight distribution with added track flare. Made from high-grade polyester and finished in a high gloss polish, this ball is a looker. The weight varies between 8 to 16 pounds with a hook potential of twenty-five. INITIAL IMPRESSIONSWhen the ball arrived it was, and still is, in excellent condition. I could not contain my excitement while unwrapping it. After spending some time trying to find a local shop to drill it, I ended up doing it myself and in under twenty minutes It was just perfect.PROSGreat beginners ball, easy on the eyes and excellent feel. I had no issues drilling holes myself. I love having it as a spare ball and you won’t regret giving it a go before stepping up to a hooking style ball again. This ball is just gorgeous. I could look at it forever. I didn't even want to throw it it looked so good especially under the dark lights. Ball works great on a dry and medium oily lane. Travels pretty straight, no issues.CONSNo curve at all that I've seen, but then again not many plastics do that. Just a well made, entry-level shot ball. This ball is primarily for beginners who would like to practice their skill and get up to working with a ball that can curve. With all that said and done it's a great starter to practice onl but probably not for an intermediate bowler.THE BOTTOM LINEAmazing deal, even though it is plastic. My game has already improved now that I have my own ball again and can begin re-learning what I used to know how to do quite well I might add.
It's always good to have a spare, and the Brunswick® TZone® bowling ball is better than ever with improved colors that glow even more brightly under black light. A smaller version of the high-tech, two-piece core, the bullet core provides great weight distribution with added track flare.
It's a great ball! I've used it before!