The Brunswick Zenith Solid high-performance bowling ball that pushes the limits of hook and continuation. The Zenith core is paired with the A.X.H. (Activator Xtreme Hook) coverstock to offer bowlers hook straight out of the box along with high scores. This ball offers awesome ball motion on lanes with medium to heavy oil.
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
This is one of my favorite heavy oil balls to start with, even with the layout provided. The ball has a overall smooth reaction and can hook in the oil on pulled shots and still has enough recovery from the outside on some pushed shots. There is a lot of versatility with this ball of medium to heavy oil patterns.
This thing flat out HOOKS! If you're a bowler looking for an absolute monster of a ball or a bowler that needs a bit of help getting the ball to tip over, this one is for you! Great colors/shelf appearl! This ball does not hesitate to pick up when you throw it into a higher volume part of the lane.
Handles heavier oil patterns, great continuation
Rolls too early when pattern burns up
This may be the strongest ball I've ever thrown. If you are looking for a ball that will really dig in on the heavier oil patterns the Zenith is definitely the ball you are looking for. Surprisingly enough I'm even able to start with it during league and usually get about 12 to 15 frames out of it before I need to either make a big jump left or ball down. The Zenith also offers Brunswick's most innovative technologies with both Dynamicore and DOT.
most aggressive ball, strong core, strong cover
Heavy Oil Conditions, When you want the ball to roll early.
The Zenith is a BIG BALL with a BIG CORE and designed to heavier oil patterns. If you are a player that doesn’t do well on heavier conditions, this ball will help you keep it in play and see some motion down lane. You won’t give up the pocket with this ball on higher volume patterns. It’s Brunswick’s strongest ball – stronger Asymmetrical ball, and one you’ll want to keep in your bag if you’re bowling on a pattern where you’re having trouble getting the ball to move or traveling to tournaments. This ball reminds me a lot of the Nirvana series and I loved that entire line. You may find yourself having to hit this ball with a 2000 or 3000 Abralon or Siaair pad if bowling on a house shot.
Long or medium patterns with volume
Zenith is a super strong ball that needs oil upfront. This ball is good on medium to long patterns with volume up front. Also good to throw in the puddle on most house patterns. The more games I threw with this ball the more this ball develop continuation through the pins..the more left I got the more it came back. If your looking for the big hook ball this is the one.
The Zenith is the strongest ball in the Brunswick lineup. Compared to the Previous Prism Solid ,it is a touch longer and has better recovery at the breakpoint. With a weaker and smoother transitioning layout, this ball still managed to cover board and hit well from all across the lane. The Zenith hits the middle part of the lane in the perfect spot to maximize its hook potential without burning up. This one will come out of the bag on slicker house conditions and slicker tournament conditions. I could see it being an everyday ball for speed dominant bowlers. If you are looking for early hook and a versatile strong motion, the Zenith is your ball.
It hooks! Strong, controllable and made for heavier oil conditions! The Zenith is the strongest ball I have in my bag. Need a ball to help when you can't get anything to hook then the Zenith is the one you want! It's around 5 boards stronger then the Hero solid and the Prism Warp for me. Takes well to surface changes and turns heads.
The Zenith just flat out hooks! Its a very strong and controllable high end ball that is great for heavier oil conditions. Comparing the Zenith to the Prism Warp, I would say it is a good 4-5 boards stronger. If you need a ball to combat those heavier oil conditions, the Zenith would be a perfect option
Just a bit of a WOW factor here folks. Threw the Zenith on the 45' Dragon Patten. With the AXH(Activator Extreme Hook) I was able to keep the ball in front of me and generate a solid line to the pocket. Even by keeping the angles tight and in on this long pattern, the New Brunswick Zenith had nothing short of pure power as it entered the pin deck. A Great Ball for those highly oiled conditions
Local Bowling Alley, Tournaments, Upgrade
great traction in the oil very continuous thru the pins
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How is this for a low rev low speed bowler.
Typically a bowlers with a lower ball speed may prefer to go with a ball that gets a little more length on the lane before it reacts. This ball is designed to read the lanes earlier for a smooth arcing hook. Your lower rev rate may make this ball okay to use in medium to heavy oil conditions but I just did not want the ball to roll out too earlier and then not finish well by the time it gets to the pins. The Zenith Pearl may be a better option for you ball speed.
How does this ball compare to the proton physics or the 900 reality?
There are going to all be very very close in comparison. All are high performance bowling balls with a solid coverstock and dull finish to help them read in the midlane and have a strong continuous arcing hook. The Zenith is slightly duller out of the box at a 1000 grit finish compared to the 2000 grit finish on the Reality and Proton Physix so the Zenith may read just slightly earlier. All of the other features are pretty much the same in performance.
Due to the time it takes to produce the Brunswick Zenith Solid ball it will ship in immediately. We cannot ship this ball outside the United States.