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Roto Grip UFO
« on: January 24, 2020, 06:19:34 AM »
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Length: 42

Volume: unknown

Type: THS

My first impression of this ball was Jesus this ball is strong. One of the strongest balls that I have thrown. It reminds me of my Halo but more continuation through the pins. The strong predictable motion that I get out of it is something that will definitely help with longer higher volume patterns. In the past I have struggled with big asymmetrical balls on your typical house shots. They required me to get to far left to start and even though they read the mids very well once they saw the friction they didnít get through the pins as well as I would have liked. That is something that I havenít really seen with this ball. Even with getting deeper on the lane 4th-5th arrow this ball still has the hitting power to get the 10 out. The layout that I went with for this ball was 4 1/2x3 7/8x3 ľ and this has given me the strong predictable motion that I am looking for.  Here are a few shot of me throwing it on a higher volume house shot.



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Roto Grip UFO
« Reply #1 on: January 29, 2020, 08:17:23 AM »
I was impressed with the UFO almost immediately after throwing it for the first time. My first time throwing it was on the 45ft PBA Dragon pattern. This ball was fantastic and did not disappoint. It was very strong rolling throughout the whole body of the lane but had great continuation which you don't see as much in such strong bowling balls. It gave me a lot of area down lane at the break point which was great for a sport pattern. On the typical house shot, it is great in game 1 if you bowl in an alley that uses enough oil in league. Comparable to the Halo, the UFO is more continuous and can be used a little longer in league or a tournament.

Adam Chase
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