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DV8 Damn Good Verge
DV8 is expanding the Verge line of bowling balls by introducing a lower differential core that offers more reaction options. The performance of this ball is notable from anywhere on the lane as well as for any bowling style. This upper-mid performance bowling ball has a low RG with a medium to low differential along with a solid coverstock that is finished with a 1500 grit and matches up best on medium to heavy oil conditions.
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By John N. from Vienna, VA
Ball Got a LOT of TV Time
The Damn Good Verge got a lot of TV time this season, and given how good it looked on tv and the kind of ball shape and motion it has, I wanted to get it. With an RG of 2.467 and a DIFF of 0.037, this ball has similar numbers to the Hammer Obsession Tour, but that’s about it.
This ball has a symmetric core and is designed for medium to heavy oil conditions. After throwing this ball on a typical house shot, as well as the Mark Roth Pattern (42’), I can share how versatile this ball is and how good – or should I say, Damn Good, this ball is.
The Damn Good Verge is one of the smoothest, arcing balls I have owned and reminds me of the typical benchmark ball. It responds well to surface adjustments without losing energy and is an excellent addition to my arsenal, given my medium rev rate and lower ball speed. DV8 balls typically have bigger cores, and this one is no exception given its Threshold M.D. core. However, this ball doesn’t tilt over early and lose energy for me. This ball is traveling with me to my next tournament or league night.
By Dustin B from Geraldine, Alabama
DV8 has created it's most versatile ball of the modern era with the DAMN GOOD VERGE. The ball starts with an awesome purple color, and it also has DOT and Dynamacore technology. The ball reads the end of a pattern very well, but still manages to maintain a smooth and controlled motion to the pocket. This motion is so predictable that it makes this ball incredibly good on multiple lane patterns, house and sport alike. The ball will take surface adjustments extremely well, which does nothing but broaden its ability to be used on multiple patterns. There is a place for this ball in every bowlers bag. Pick one up today!
By Tommy from Toledo ohio
This is by far my favorite solid that DV8 has produced! Ball doesn’t read too early for me like most solids for me. This give me good length and great back end. Would say it covers about 5-8 more boards than my Verge Pearl. If you don’t have one you are missing out!
By Richard O from Fresno CA
Damn It's GOOD!
WOW! Talk about about a benchmark ball! This will be the first ball out of my bag. Drilled mine 55x5x40 and it's smooth and predictable. Talk about versatile. The Damn Good allows me to play up the boards or move in and open up my angles. This ball loves oil and helps me on heavier oil conditions. I can close up my angles to play up the boards or I can move inside and hook it. The great thing about this ball it never jumps off the friction! It hits like a truck!
By Ian L from NY
By far my favorite Dv8 ball of all time. It's the perfect fist ball out your bag benchmark ball. Very smooth and predictable reaction. My favorite thing about this ball is its versatility. I can close up my angles to play up the boards or i can move inside and hook it. The lower differential allows me to play closer to the friction without the overreaction alot of other balls have. Highly recommend
By whereswaldo from Ohio
OIL OIL OIL
First off, seeing this baby thrown on tv back to back weeks was enough for me to get excited. I drilled it 50 x 4 1/2 x 35, benchmark style of layout. It needs oil for me, or longer patterns. On the two house patterns I bowl on during the week, this damn good verge rolls extremely strong overall, and its hard to keep it right of the head pin. I cannot wait to throw this thing on some longer patterns during the upcoming tournaments ill have! Stay Tuned!
By Scott from Allen, TX
Most Versatile Benchmark Ball
Extremely impressed with DV8’s Damn Good Verge. It reminds me a little of the original solid Verge but, this one is a little bit cleaner/longer and retains a lot more energy down lane and goes through the pins way better than the original. I was able to play multiple parts of the lanes and change my angles with hand positions some and still strike, so it is very versatile. This is absolutely going to be a reliable benchmark ball especially on the fresh that you can stick with longerr than most benchmark balls. This is really a “tour” type ball reaction without the word tour written on it and will be a favorite on the tour and for tournament players everywhere, but also a great starting ball at league. It does like to see a little bit of oil as it is a pretty strong symmetrical solid with a cool sparkle traction type additive to it so it will dig in some oil. Overall, super excited and like what I saw from it. Also has Dynamicore and DOT so I dilled mine 55 x 4 x 30 with about a 425 rev rate it matched up well for me.
By Bob N from Pacifica
Damn Good Verge
Well, I can't disagree. It's pretty Damn Good. It has a strong overall motion. I compared it side by side with the Brunswick Knockout which is my favorite big symmetric. For me, the Damn Good Verge picks up a hair later than the KO but it is a little more angular down lane as well. They are pretty close for me. I would feel comfortable throwing either one. It picks up nicely in the mid lane and goes into a string angular roll threw the pin deck. For me it will work best on heavier or fresh oil conditions or when you need to get left and still have the ball get around the corner. Should be a nice fit in most arsenals.