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Rule the lanes with the Brunswick Kingpin! The Brunswick Kingpin produces the most hook potential in Brunswick's history to date by combining their ECA (Enhanced Composite Adhesion) coverstock with the Kingpin asymmetrical core. This high performance ball reigns supreme on the heaviest of oil conditions. The Kingpin ball reactions is good length through the front, strong mid lane traction, and powerful backend motion. This ball also features Brunswick's DynamiCore which is exclusive to Brunswick. This outer core technology boast to be more durable and has increased hitting power that translates into pin carry. This outer core is uniquely blue.
Is this a good ball to use at national Bowling tournament.10/25/2017 - By Hero
Is this ball for straight ballwrs11/25/2017 - By Ray
is this a good ball for bowlers with slow speed11/29/2017 - By lane
If you throw around 15.50, will this ball hook too much?2/8/2018 - By Fast Eddie
I bowl with two fingers, not using thumb.... and bowl around 14-15mph, would this ball be hooking too much?2/26/2018 - By AB
I like 12 to 13 miles an hour. Is this a good ball for me?4/16/2019 - By Joe
What is the difference between high performance ball from upper and mod performance balls?9/13/2019 - By Joe
Typically the higher performance balls will have a stronger hook rating and are usually more suited for heavier oil. Mid performance balls are more for a medium amount of hook and range closer to medium oil conditions in a lot of cases. Upper mid falls in between the high performance and mid performance group.9/24/2019 - By Bowling.Com Staff
Is 12lbs. Will do strikes as the 16 lbs? Does it have the same hooke the 16 lbs?11/15/2019 - By Joe
The 12lbs will not have the hitting power of a 16lb ball so you may have to come into the pocket with more angle to get the same result. The 12lbs has the same cover as the 16lb but they have different weight blocks. This will make the 12lb ball usually hook a little less than the 16lb.11/15/2019 - By Bowling.Com Staff
What's a good spare ball and high performance balls for 145 lbs bowler?11/17/2019 - By Joe
The Brunswick Kingpin would be a good high performance ball if you needed something for heavier oil and you like the ball to have a smooth arcing hook. For spares you could go with something like the Brunwick Tzone.11/20/2019 - By Bowling.Com Staff