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By gottamakemyspares from Silicon Valley, CA
Great buy if looking for a plastic ball!
The DV8 Gold Sparkle plastic ball is a very nice looking product and a better buy than the other plastic balls because it comes in its own carrying sack that can be slung over the shoulder like a backpack. There is also a ball cushion in the bottom of the sack so no worries about the ball coming into direct contact with the hard ground when you set the sack down. Looking forward to punching it up and taking it out on the lanes!
By Heather M from Northern California
Good ball for someone just starting out
I am just starting out bowling. This is a great ball for me, especially once having it drilled to my specifics. I've only gotten to use it once, however I bowled my best game to date. I love how it looks also. I should've bought a ball that was 1-2lbs heavier, next time I will. I would definitely buy another one of these balls.
By TxGunslinger from Midland , Tx
Better late than never
Every upper level bowler needs a spare ball is what I have always been told. (Finally listened) This ball is perfect for what it is designed for. Will work great on desert conditions also.
By Ben from Wisconsin
Great Spare Ball
I purchased the 15LB ball. I use this as a spare ball and it goes straight. I wanted the ugliest ball possible and here it is. The "Tonight We Bowl" slogan engraved on the ball is the ultimate cheese. The bag wasn't useful to me since I need storage. The bag is also ultimate cheese. Great ball for the price and all I was looking for was a straight ball.
By Bob from Minneapolis MN
Very happy with the ball
To be honest I bought this ball as a gift. My sister in law would have been upset if I spent a lot of money. She was more concerned about bowling shoes. I bought this ball and to be honest I was really surprised on how cool looking it was. She was happy with it and that is what counted. She'll have this ball for years. I need a spare ball and considering one of these balls. Lol. Want to mention my nephew wanted to trade his bowling ball for hers and she said no. Normally she would have agreed.