Get Savage on the lanes with Columbia's high performance Savage bowling ball. The Savage uses the Exciter Solid coverstock and Savage core to offer midlane traction and mind blowing backend continuation making it no match for the heaviest of oils. This ball utilizes Columbia's HyperSHOCK Technology to assist the ball in powering through the pins.
The Savage is awesome! It is so predictable and gives me so much control all over the lane. It allows me to play up the boards, as well as open up my angles and retains energy like a beast! Here is another EBI product that won't disappoint you.
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On longer patterns and higher volume oil conditions, nothing beats the Savage for overall movement and striking power! When I am bowling on a House Shot that exceeds 41 feet long, this is the first ball out of my bag! I can stand where I'm comfortable and am confident my Savage is going to make it to the pocket every time. When you're throwing 250 against your opponent, makes the Savage hard to beat!
The Savage is exactly what you think in a bowling ball and that's Bad to the Bone. The savage is one of the most smoothest hooking ball in my arsenal. I Highly recommend this ball to any player, it is very versatile for any style and can be used on any length of pattern. This solid piece is very predictable!
This ball hooks a lot and continues through the pins better than others with comparable hook. I smoothed mine out to 4000 and it's still my most aggressive ball. Even though it starts up hard in the kids, it has no quit in it. If you ever feel like you're flooded out, the SAVAGE is a must have
This is a strong solid that keeps hooking. I was surprised by this balls continuation down the lane. With the box surface, this ball will need oil if you have slower speeds, or a high rev rate. I put some PowerHouse Factory Finish Polish on it and was able to use it for a 3 game league. This ball handled the transition well and let me control the pocket without sacrificing carry. The Savage is a must have if you need a ball for heavier oil.
Is this ball new this year8/27/2018 - By Marty hannah