The Brunswick Jagged Edge bowling balls continue the Edge series of bowling balls featuring a low RG symmetric weight block. The Jagged Edge Solid combines the Brink Symmetric core with the Relativity 2.0 Solid Reactive coverstock. This ball has a lower RG and higher Differential than it's predecessor, the Cutting Edge, and can handle more oil due to the 3000 Siaair finish. The coverstock on this ball offers more recovery when bowling on medium to oily lane conditions.
The Jagged Edge Solid is my go-to ball in league now. With this ball in my hands I know I can throw it to the dry, not have to worry about it over-reacting, and have the confidence that it's going to crush the pins on its way through. It has also taken over the solid symmetrical spot in my tournament bag because of its controllability and hitting power.
The entire Edge line has been a great benchmark ball series, and the latest edition, the Jagged Edge Solid is no exception. I threw this ball for a few shots in practice before a tournament on the PBA Carmen Salvino Pattern and then proceeded to shoot 279 out of the gate. This ball is predictable and will help you manage the pocket. Whether it's on a league pattern or sport pattern, the ball reads the lane extremely well. This ball becomes my new benchmark ball and will see a lot of action in tournaments and leagues this season. ?
how do you compare this to the jagged edge hybrid and if I buy can you ship it all the way to the Philippines?8/26/2019 - By III
The solid will ready much earlier in the mid lane and have a smoother arcing hook while the hybrid will read much later on the lanes and have more of an angular hook on the backend. We do offer shipping outside of the United States but it is not free unfortunately. The shipping cost will be calculated during the checkout.8/28/2019 - By Bowling.Com Staff
I have high revs but slow speed, currently use a ball weighing 10 lbs. and would like to know if the Brunswick Jagged Edge Solid would be good for me if I need a ball to hook earlier on oily lanes?11/12/2019 - By CAT
This ball could be a good option for heavier oil in your case. If you have a high rev rate and slow ball speed you would normally want to get a ball that reacts later on the lanes but if you want the ball to read in the mid lanes and hook earlier then this would work. It says it is rated for medium to heavier oil but in your case it would probably be best to use this more in heavier oil.11/13/2019 - By Bowling.Com Staff