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It's always good to have a spare! Get pinpoint accuracy and show your style. Available in attractive colors and patterns at an affordable price. This TZone Caribbean Blue makes a great gift for all types of bowlers! So stand out on the lanes with this uniquely colored ball today!
This ball was purchased to help me pick up my seven pin. It does exactly what it is supposed to do. I am very happy with the ball, and glad that I purchased it.
This ball looks so incredibly damaged after only using it 1 time. The debts and scratches are very noticeable. It looks like a old-used ball, and I've only used it 1 time. And another thing is that I ordered the ball to have small holes drilled, and they are more like extra large. I even asked a man that works at the bowling alley what size holes they were.... He said Large/XL.
I am a beginning bowler (I started 5 months ago) and I bought this Brunswick T-Zone Caribbean blue ball 2 months ago. When I used a "house ball" a high score for me would be 150. Since I have been using my new ball, I have had 2 190+ games and one game a little over 200. I am still learning in my quest to get better, but this ball has helped me improve my ability to pick up spares. I recommend anyone (especially beginners) who throws straight to consider buying this ball. Great ball for what you pay.
Very disappointed that this ball didn't have the polished gloss finish that the picture shows. The finish was a flat/dull plastic look. This ball cracked across the drill holes after 5 nights of use. I expected to get a little more use out of this ball. I Feel the drilling costs were a complete waste. The only good points were that the teal and green tones and swirl design were just exactly what I wanted.
Only a 10 lb. ball, so no power and little-to-no hook, but PERFECT when I want to throw straight toward a particular pick-up! Guess I should probably get a 2-ball bag. My brother is getting tired of me taking his, and it's hard to open the front door with two bags! ;)
Ball is great, no real complaints. I expected the ball to be a bit translucent by the picture. The actual color is solid and kinda a milky effect. I still like it, just not what i was expecting.
Started my granddaughter off bowling this month. Because her hands are small I won't have it drilled till she gets a little bigger. For right now she'll use the the slide eventually moving her to rolling with her hands from the foul line.
weights available3/28/2016 - By sam
Hello! If you click on the button that says "Select Weight" under the price of the ball it will show you all the weights available.3/29/2016 - By Bowling.Com Staff
Can the TZone logo be removed?3/29/2016 - By Tamara
how would i know my right drilling size?3/29/2016 - By elmer
Hello! At the top where it says "Drilling w/ FREE Protection" it will have a blue button under the price saying "Details" and that will give you the drilling measurements.3/30/2016 - By Bowling.Com Staff
Would your spare ball be a lighter ball4/17/2016 - By Alecat
when purchased online, how does the ball get drilled4/28/2016 - By jojo
For this ball we only offer pre-sized standard drilling. You may view a size chart by clicking the details button beside the drilling option. Use this size chart to see which size best matches your hand measurements. If you are not comfortable with this, you may decline the drilling option and the ball will come without holes so you can have a local pro-shop custom drill this to fit your hand.4/29/2016 - By Bowling.Com Staff
Need a lightweight ball have shoulder pain will this ball work for me9/17/2016 - By Mzpthebishop
Is this ball used for five pin bowling10/28/2016 - By Rose
do you engrave?11/29/2016 - By Mo
What is the drilling protection12/19/2016 - By Bill
Hello Bill. If your new ball cracks when it's drilled by a pro shop, bowling.com will replace your ball free of charge! Manufacturers' warranties typically do not cover for cracking during drilling and drillers are not held responsible for their mistakes or defects in the ball.12/28/2016 - By Bowling.Com Staff
Can this ball be used as a regular ball?3/10/2017 - By Teri
What kind of weight block soes it have?4/27/2017 - By RRRoger
I ordered this ball as a gift for my wife. It's the wrong weight, can I return or exchange the ball?11/24/2017 - By Sam
If you click on the link that follows, it will direct you to our return policy. https://www.bowling.com/service/returns/#return11/27/2017 - By Bowling.Com Staff
How do you determine drilling size12/2/2017 - By T
I am not sure how to use your sizing chart. I think I am a small - I am a woman with small-medium hand. I want to make sure I don't order a child's size.12/13/2017 - By DEB
If you have a small-medium hand, we recommend going with the medium size, just in case the small is too small. The small is for younger kinds and skinny fingers.12/13/2017 - By Bowling.Com Staff
Is this a duckpin ball that kids can use12/15/2017 - By Rose
Are fingers holes in the ball12/18/2017 - By Wendy
Is it available in lefty sizes?12/27/2017 - By Anne
what is the lowest weight of the balls4/18/2018 - By redhead
Does the ball come with a bag?5/19/2018 - By Roxy
I need 8 lb med.3/11/2019 - By Malu
Do they make a 7 lb ball?8/12/2019 - By Ron
Size of holes for fingers9/23/2019 - By Art
To see a size chart for the drilling you can click the "?" out beside the drilling option and it will pull up the chart. The span is the distance from the finger hole to the thumb hole. The finger hole size is the width or diameter of the holes.9/25/2019 - By Bowling.Com Staff
Does this ball hook much?11/8/2019 - By Jo
This ball is designed to just go straight. It is considered a spare ball because of this. If you have really drier lane conditions you may be able to get this to hook but it is only due to the spin you put on the ball in that case.11/12/2019 - By Bowling.Com Staff
What size is the finger holes for the bowling balls?1/25/2020 - By Shane Hughes
To see a size chart for our drilling options you may click the "?" beside the drilling option and it should pull up the measurements.1/29/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff