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The Brunswick True Motion is another throwback bowling ball. This ball uses the same urethane formula that was used for the Rhino line of bowling balls starting back in 1988. This vintage coverstock is paired with the modern Magnitude 035 Low Diff symmetrical core and features Brunswick's exclusive DynamiCore outer core material. The True Motion was designed to offer the control, consistency, and smoothness that bowlers expect of a urethane bowling ball. The reaction of this ball on dry to oily, short and flat oil patterns is good length with mid-lane and backend traction and awesome pin carry.
Very smooth and controllable, hits hard and drives through the pin deck. Easy to be consistent. I could even rev it up and slow it down a bit to get a more aggressive hook from 5-10 board.
I’m close to buying this ball. I don’t understand what drilling to get. What is recommended for this ball? I’m left handed. I want to know what to tell my driller.11/14/2017 - By Budman
Hook pitentional scale of 0-103/14/2019 - By Manny
whats the difference Pitch black and True motion6/10/2019 - By 2hand guy
which ball is better I'm true Brunswick guy true motion Vs. the Purple hammer8/16/2019 - By toto
I cannot say one ball is better than another but the difference would be that the Brunswick True Motion looks to be a little stronger over all. The duller finish helps it grip a little more than the Hammer Purple Pearl Urethane. Both are suited for lighter oil conditions and will have a very smooth reaction like a traditional urethane ball would.8/16/2019 - By Bowling.Com Staff
Wood this ball be good throw 8 to 9 miles12/21/2019 - By Ray
This ball has a duller finish and it will have a smooth gradual hook down the lane on lighter oil. It is designed to have a weaker hook but if you throw 8-9 mph then you may have to use this in more medium to heavy oil. I think it may roll out too early if you were to use this in lighter oil.3/11/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff
Wood this ball be good throw 8 to 9 miles12/22/2019 - By Ray
This ball has a duller finish and it will have a smooth gradual hook down the lane on lighter oil. It is designed to have a weaker hook but if you throw 8-9 mph then you may have to use this in more medium to heavy oil. I think it may roll out too early if you were to use this in lighter oil.12/24/2019 - By Bowling.Com Staff
Flare potential ??2/20/2020 - By Bob
In 15lbs this ball has the RG Diff rated at 0.035. This will tell you the flare potential. The higher this number, the more flare potential the weight block gives. Also, Brunswick has their own rating system and this is rated at a 35 on their scale.2/25/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff