Geez, we're drilling up a lot of balls.
This Pulse was bought/laid out with the full intention of having something that wouldn't jump on extreme wet/dry.
Anyway, here's the specs...
1 1/2 TW
1200 grit sand with Quick Cut and Ultimate Polish
This ball was drilled for a high rev lefty who was tired of seeing his other equipment doing 90 degree turns at 40 feet on the house shot. To combat the hook, we put the pin on the PAP and put the CG 2" past his axis with the hole in the CG.
We wanted smooth transition and this definitely fit the bill. The Pulse is a smooth ball no matter how you drill it, but this drill and a 1200 grit, shiny finish gave us a ball that reacted like urethane, but still had the hit of resin. The lefty in question was swinging his Extreme Chaos (I know, a lot of ball, but it's all he had with him) from 25 to the ditch and begging for length. We put the Pulse in his hands and he jumped 15 boards left on the lane and swung the ditch. This cover/drill combination matched up perfect with the extreme wet/dry we are dealing with. Other stronger drills (3 3/8 X 5) have given an earlier, stronger look, but still very predictable.
The Pulse is, in my opinion, one of the top 5 resin balls ever made. It's consistent reaction and smooth transition make it a pleasure to lay out. I would recommend it as a benchmark ball for anyone.