‘New releases bring ‘striking’ scores’
Jun 19, 2009
Weeks into the new season, Ebonite staffers are seeing striking scores.
Just hours after drilling the Evolve, staffer Aaron Hayes, of Clarksville, Tenn., bowled an 801 series with games of 235, 279 and 287.
“It’s a very good ball,” Hayes said. “It is very strong and predictable with good continuation through the pins.”
The Evolve is new from the core out, said Brand Manager Ed Gallagher.
“The Evolve is a brand new species of bowling ball,” he said. “No other ball in production by Ebonite International, Inc. or any other brand equals this ball’s mass properties. It also performs during the transition period, which Ebonite has had trouble with in the past.”
The Evolve features a new coverstock and core design developed exclusively for the Ebonite brand.
The XL 1000 coverstock has the most backend and the highest entry angle of any Ebonite ball in production, Gallagher said. The low oil absorption rate allows the ball to perform during the transition period.
“I was really impressed with this ball,” Hayes, who is in his second year on staff, said. “This will definitely be a must-have when it is released.”
The Evolve is set for release July 14, 2009.
Four week and one day after the new products were released, Ebonite staff players have garnered 2,604 points collectively.
• Bobby Robinson bowled a 300 with the Lane Breaker during league on June 17.
• Steve Pavlinko bowled a 299 with the Evolve at Brunswick Zone, Deptford, N.Y. on June 16.
• Ryan May bowled an 805 series (279-248-278) with the Magic Touch at Hanover Bowling Center on June 13.
• Ray Edwards bowled a 300 with the Magic Touch at Bowl Long Island, Patchogue, N.Y. on June 9.
• Ray Edwards bowled a 300 with the Lane Breaker at Bowl Long Island, Patchogue, N.Y. on June 9.
• Frank Gray recently had back-to-back 300 games with Magic Touch.
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