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PBA Major
« on: December 31, 1969, 06:00:00 PM »
Ball NPS Score: Not Available
- Core: Capsule
- Coverstock: E35 (Reactive)
- RG: 14llbs - 2.533 / 15lbs - 2.506 / 16lbs - 2.482
- Diff: 14lbs - .037 / 15lbs - .040 / 16lbs - .043
- Ball Finish: Polish
- Best Lane Conditions: Medium
- Description: Winning titles comes from matching up bowler, bowling ball, release and lane condition. The E35 Cover and Capsule core combo provides unmatched forgiveness in the mid lane giving you a major advantage on tougher lane conditions. Elite bowling equipment meets high-quality standards, and is sure to please even the toughest critics!



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Re: PBA Major
« Reply #1 on: February 17, 2010, 08:46:32 PM »
My PBA Major is 15 pounds and has a 3-3.5" pin. I drilled it according to Elite Drilling Specs #3. I have a high rev rate and high ball speed and that was the suggest ball layout from the Elite website.

This ball hits hard. It's a great ball for lighter oil patterns as it is not an overly aggressive ball. I find this ball to have the typical "Skid-Flip" style of reaction. It will hold it's line until the end of the oil and snap on the dryer backends. I would not suggest it for a long or heavy oil pattern, it simply doesn't snap harder enough for long oil and the cover stock is not that aggressive.

Overall I would not suggest this ball. You can find a ball very similar to this at half the price. I have Brunswick Groove with the same layout and specs that reacts in almost the same manner.