Columbia 300 Power Torq

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How will the Columbia 300 Power Torq help my game?
  • Increased development and testing for this ball
  • Enhance desired ball motion
  • Designed to work on various conditions
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Columbia 300 Power Torq

Columbia 300 is bringing back an old ball name for a completely new bowling ball. The Columbia 300 Power Torq uses a multi-density core called the Torq to target mass properties within the body of the core to augment the ball motion. This dynamic core is covered with Columbia 300's ERT base with a solid additive and a little traction-increasing sparkle. This solid reactive bowling ball is sanded but is not ideal on heavy oil conditions. The technology in this ball makes it very versatile.

  • Color: Sky Blue
    All colors do vary somewhat from the picture shown
  • Core: Torq (16-14#)
  • Coverstock: ERT Solid
  • Finish: 500, 2000 Siaair Micro Pad
  • Reaction: Length with continuous backend
  • Radius of Gyration (RG): 2.489 (15# ball)
  • Differential: 0.054 (15# ball)
  • Recommended Lane Condition: Medium to heavy oil
  • Hook Potential: Medium
  • Length: Middle
  • Manufacturer's Warranty: 2 Years from Purchase Date
  • A few tiny pit holes in the cover stock of the ball are normal
  • SKU: COL60106602
  • Product ID: 13444
  • Brand: Columbia 300
  • Category: Bowling Balls
  • Ball Performance: Upper Mid-Performance Balls

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12/20/2021
By P hughes from Dallas Texas
5/5 Stars
Bottom Line:

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Was I surprised? Yes !

Columbia 300 Power Torq was drilled 65 x 4 x 35. With my lower rev rate and ball speed I expected this ball to a typical mid-level control type ball. Boy was I wrong! The surface and the core are much strong than I expected, but what really surprised me was the turn on the backend and continuation. I have not drilled many Columbia 300 balls, but I may have to pay more attention to this name. This ball hits a TON.

12/14/2021
By Chuck T. from Maryland
5/5 Stars
Pros:

Lane play versatility

Cons:

Nothing a little shine won't cure

Best Uses:

Good for medium to heavy oil conditions

Bottom Line:

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

POWER !!!

Columbia 300 – Power Torq

Columbia 300 has taken a name from the past, injected their inspired technology and have brought to life a game changer. The POWER TORQ.
Make no mistakes about it, The Columbia 300 Power Torq is not a reboot of the original. This bad boy not only has teeth and power but finesse.

Combining the Torq core with the solid reactive ERT coverstock, the new Power Torq will help you overcome a multitude of lane conditions.
For my lower ball speed I drilled the Power Torq with a short-pin layout with the focus on utilizing the cover surface and applying it to the somewhat drier conditions I face. I have not had to adjust the surface but may do so just to see how much more versatile it can be.
If you like seeing a ball get done the lane AND rip the rack with power, the New POWER TORQ is for you.

11/12/2021
By Sweetpea Bowl from Worcester, Massachusetts
5/5 Stars
Pros:

Versatility, shelf appeal

Bottom Line:

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Columbia Power Torq

Here is my quick impressions of the Columbia Power Torq. Mine is drilled 40 x 5 x 20...a fairly standard pin up layout for me. I did go over the surface with a 3000 Siaair pad. Box surface is 2000 Siaair. I have tried the Power Torq on fresh and burnt THS as well as 2021 PBA Roth pattern. My “vitals” are a 405 rev rate with a PAP of 5 9/16 over and 1/8 up.

I have seen a range of opinions relative to best uses of this release as the Power Torq has gotten lots of exposure on social media. My feeling- this is a very versatile benchmark type of ball and can be in play on many environments. The Power Torque is not the most responsive release nor is it the slowest...it is somewhere in between which is why I think it's a good first ball out of the bag. The Power Torq on fresh THS shows that medium response/continuous motion. While I have thrown mine at 3000 Siaair, I have heard from others that the Power Torq does respond well to surface adjustments. I do believe that many different types of rev rates, speeds, releases etc. will be able to effectively throw this ball.

See your local pro shop for more information on the new Columbia Power Torq.

11/8/2021
By Ian L from New York
5/5 Stars
Bottom Line:

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Great ball

Power Torq- an all time classic in the 90s and soon to be a classic in the 2020s. Just an overall great ball. Strong, controllable, and versatile. Allows for many styles of players such as down and in, straighter and those bowlers that like to hook it. Great for medium to heavy oil conditions.

10/31/2021
By jneral300 from Vienna, VA
5/5 Stars
Pros:

Predictable Reaction and Versatile

Cons:

May Not Be Great on the Fresh

Best Uses:

With a little breakdown

Bottom Line:

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

The Power Torq is Back and Better Than Ever

Several friends told me that I needed to get this ball. Having a pretty large bowling ball arsenal, I wasn’t sure where this ball would fit, but I heard so much about it that I had to get one. Now, I haven’t thrown a Columbia 300 ball in years, and this ball did not disappoint.

With a 500-2000 Siaair finish, this ball is perfect for league conditions or medium-heavy patterns where you need the ball to be strong in the front but still retain energy on the backend. Don’t be afraid to hit the cover with a 1000 Siaair if needed. (I did that for my league pattern, and the ball worked perfectly.)

I also found this ball is great after the pattern has been broken down for a game or two. For example, in league, I start with my Quantum EVO Solid, and then by the middle of game 2, the Power Torq is a great compliment.

The ball looks pretty going down the lane, and people will take notice. Yes, it does get a bit dirty from the lane, but after you are done bowling, take some cleaner to it, and it comes right now. This should be part of your equipment maintenance anyway.

If you are looking for a great benchmark ball and a versatile ball for various conditions, check out the new Columbia Power Torq. You will not be disappointed.

10/31/2021
By Trackstar85 from Renton, WA
5/5 Stars
Best Uses:

Medium To Heavy Oil

Bottom Line:

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Its All In The Name

First Of All How Can You Go Wrong With The Color? Very Eye Appealing To The Consumer And Looks Great On The Wall Of The Pro Shop! Definitely Have Been Looking Forward To This Ball For Some Time Now! As Soon As It Was Available I Made Sure To Order One! Definitely A Very Versatile Bowling Ball Can Be Played From Multiple Angles And Will Fit With Any Type Of Rev Rate.. Great House Shot Ball To Have Or Anything Of Medium Length Volume Will Make A Great Tournament Ball To Add To Your Bag.. It Is Definitely A Medium Rolling Ball With A Little Bit Of Bite Just Enough To Kick Out Those Corner Pins! I Highly Recommend You Visit Your Local Pro Shop Today And Get One!

10/28/2021
By Bob Newman from Pacifica
5/5 Stars
Bottom Line:

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Columbia 300 Power Torq

I've had the Power Torq for about 6 or 7 weeks now and the thing that jumps out at me most is how well it takes surface changes. I used it on 5 different sports patterns in 5 different houses and it has really turned into my first out of the bag ball. I've taken the cover as low as 500, used it at 1000, 1500, & recently 2000 and the ball just keeps performing. Surprisingly to me, it clears the heads easily, has a smooth rounded arc but the real beauty of this ball is how it goes through the pins. It is very continuous without much deflection at all. So far it has exceeded my expectations.

10/21/2021
By C. Miller from CA
5/5 Stars
Pros:

versatile

Bottom Line:

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Your my boy BLUE!

The Power Torq is described as a ball that gives you length and a continuous backend motion.A ball that is versatile and can be used on multiple lane conditions.

YES to all the above!

What stood out the most to me was the amount of recovery room down lane, when opening up my angles. Keeping it's energy through the deck.

9/21/2021
By Christina L. from Las Vegas, NV
5/5 Stars
Bottom Line:

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Length and a continuous backend motion

Stats: PAP 4 over ¾ up, 14.5 mph, 18 tilt, 275 revs. The Power Torq is the latest symmetrical piece from Columbia 300. You can expect length with a continuous backend with this ball. I drilled mine 4x20 and that is exactly what I saw. This ball has worked well on the fresh for me, as I have a lower ball speed, but it is also ideal when your Command Solid is too much and you need to ball down or if you want something less flippy than the Command Pearl, but that still has the ability to make it through the fronts. It is a super versatile ball, so it will make a great addition to any bag.

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Is the power torque asym or sym

10/14/2021 - By

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The core is symmetric.

10/21/2021 - By Bowling.Com Staff
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So I’m using the trend and incognito, would this be a good fit in between?

10/16/2021 - By

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This would be a good compliment to the Incognito because it will have a very similar reaction on the lanes to that ball but it will be just a little weaker. The Trend on the other hand is designed to read the lanes much later and have a sharper backend hook so it will give you a much different reaction. If you were in medium to heavy oil you would have a choice of either the Trend or the Power Torq but it just depended on the reaction you wanted in those conditions.

12/22/2021 - By Bowling.Com Staff
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So I’m using the trend and incognito, would this be a good fit in between?

10/21/2021 - By

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This would be a good compliment to the Incognito because it will have a very similar reaction on the lanes to that ball but it will be just a little weaker. The Trend on the other hand is designed to read the lanes much later and have a sharper backend hook so it will give you a much different reaction. If you were in medium to heavy oil you would have a choice of either the Trend or the Power Torq but it just depended on the reaction you wanted in those conditions.

11/5/2021 - By Bowling.Com Staff
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