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By Chris from Spokane WA
Definition of Benchmark
The definition of a benchmark ball. As a symmetric solid, this ball is super controllable, smooth, and predictable. If you are unsure what you are bowling on, this ball should be the first out of your bag. It was a little stronger than I expected but matches up nicely with my black ops. Usually start with this ball and once the ball starts to read a little soon, I switch to the black ops and don't have to make any drastic moves.
By Mike from York, PA
Ordnance Takes Stage!
Coverstock: S70 Solid
Finish: 4000 Grit Abralon
Core: Shrapnel Symmetric
Layout: 55 x 5.125 x 60
Tester: PAP 5 1/2 R, 1 1/2 D
The Ordnance solid is quickly grabbing attention within the bowling industry this year as the benchmark ball of choice. If you are interested in a ball for multiple THS and sport patterns the Ordnance is an excellent choice. One great feature of the of the Ordnance is it is extremely forgiving off the spot and will continue to drive through the pocket with good carry potential. I have used the solid on medium to heavier patterns without altering the surface. This one will perform well in sport condition situations where backends are sharp and control is key to score well. Be sure to grab one today!
900 Global Staff Member
By DC from Ft. Meade Md.
Ordnance great benchmark ball
The 900 Global Ordnance
The Ordnance, a true benchmark out of the bag first ball.
It carries the infamous S70 solid cover, my favorite cover for years as well as pearl.
Tournament play, League play and practice, the Ordnance solid comes out first and many times it stays on the lane. The one word for this ball is control. You can get the perfect read off of the Ordnance on any lane condition. VLS and other factors plus my 16mph ball speed, here is my layout Pin to Pap 3" Psa to Pap 5.75" and Pin Buffer 1.75". This ball burns energy very slowly, hits very hard at the back. If you need a benchmark ball get this one.
Donny Carr, 900 Global Staff, 3G, AMF