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Return to Brunswick
« on: February 04, 2009, 01:38:47 PM »
After carry issues with the last few Brunswick Balls I have thrown, I thought I would never throw Big B, with the exception of my trusted Spare Ball. Until my buddy walks from his pair, fuming over his lack of strikes with his Twisted Fury, b/c the house I bowl in has changed the pattern, adding about four feet, and a heavier amount of oil in the outside.

I decide to give it a try, since we have the same span, I get a new thumb and grips thrown in, and I give it a shot. In the "unstrikable house" I just annihilated the pocket with this ball. Every shot was a strike, solid ten, or solid nine. If you throw it consistently, it will respond. I wind up shooting 215, 227, and my first 299. Although it was practice, I was nervous b/c I only avg in the 180s. Not a bad first outing for this ball. Hopefully the first of many.

It may be a way too late post regarding this ball, but my confidence in Brunswick has been restored with the Twisted Fury. Just felt like sharing.

Good Luck and Good Scoring
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Re: Return to Brunswick
« Reply #1 on: February 04, 2009, 09:49:32 PM »
The Twisted is designed to play closer to friction, so as long as you are finding enough friction, you'll like it. Good luck to you, and let us know how it works.

Lane Carter, Strike Zone Pro Shops - Salt Lake City, Utah
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Re: Return to Brunswick
« Reply #2 on: February 05, 2009, 02:35:16 AM »
i envy you guys whose houses put some heavy oil on the lanes haven't seen more than med. oil in 3 months