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900Global developed the After Dark ball line to offer entry level bowling balls as well as balls that can be used by tournament players when facing dry lanes. The S30 Hybrid Reactive coverstock offers great length as well as a very low hook potential. The Nightfall Symmetric core has a high RG and a low differential to assist the beginner bowler with hook control and helps the seasoned bowler maintain their reaction shapes on lanes that are drier.
This is an amazing house shot ball for league. It can be leveraged as your first ball out of the bag for bowlers where your ball speed is between 13 - 15 mph. The description says this is a Dry lane ball and that's what I was thinking when I purchased it. For me, it's more of a medium lane ball that I use first because of our league conditions. It has a very nice arch down the lane and drives through the pins. I did take off some of the polish/shine to adjust the final move to the pocket. In the past 3 weeks, my league series have gone up from 540/560 to 610/ 640. I've paired this with my Honey Badger and Honey Badger Urethane as the lanes breakdown and I don't want to stand outside of 25. Some may be able to stick with this ball for 3 games if they have the hand and ball speed to do it.
Is this the newest of the night fall series?2/11/2020 - By NB
Is the booyah ball retired?2/11/2020 - By Hambone
I’m old school and I shoot a down and in shot over the second arrow. Which Dark Hybrid would you recommend.4/1/2020 - By Ray
Any of the After Dark bowling balls would work. The Pearl option would give you a little more length before reacting than the Hybrid but they are both designed for good length and a decent backend on lighter oil conditions.4/2/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff
I like shooting the down and in shot over the second arrow. I normally have a speed from 13.8 to 14.25. Which do you recommend on dry lanes or lanes starting to break down the Boost or the After Dark series balls?4/3/2020 - By Richard from Pittsburgh
The Boost series will be just slightly more hook than the After Dark series but they are both designed to have good length and work well in lighter oil conditions. If you have a higher rev rate then you may prefer the After Dark series so the ball does not try to hook too much on you but for an average rev rate or even a lower rev rate you may prefer the Boost series.4/6/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff