Ebonite carries on the success of the Game Breaker line of mid performance bowling balls with the Game Breaker 3 Pearl. The pearl version of the GB 12.7 cover provides more length through the front part of the lane while also keeping what the Game Breaker series is known for, which is strong mid lane and backend continuation. This is the most predictable pearl ball that Ebonite has released to date.
After reading many comments on this ball, I decided to try it out, I am very pleased with the results. The ball does what it was made to do, work when the lanes start to break down. It goes long and is very aggressive on the back ends. Use this ball into the 2nd game and the entire 3rd game. If you see the ball is starting to hook too much, watch your speed with the ball as if you start to let up on the speed, it will flip on the end. Great ball, I recommend anyone to buy it. First set with ball, 723 I was pleased for sure. The GB line is a good set of balls for your bag, Ebonite has come a long ways and is putting out a great product.
This is a great bench mark ball, will let you know if you need more or less length thru the front part of the lane and will let you know if you need more backend down lane, especially if you are playing a deeper line on the lane.
I've been looking for a few years for a ball comparable to the original Mission since it was stolen out of my bag at a tournament. Would the GB3 Pearl be close to that in versatility?9/10/2018 - By CeeJay
Hi Does a 12 pound Game Breaker 3 ball have the same core as a 14 pound Game Breaker 32/19/2019 - By Shorty
Are these balls brand new? What's with the pit holes?3/3/2019 - By Curious
Does the 13 lb game breaker 3 ball have the same core as the 14,15,16lb ?4/1/2019 - By Mortgage man
Gb3 pearl does 14lb and 15lb have same core? have the7/18/2019 - By Dbm
What is the pit holes on a bowling ball10/19/2019 - By Jay
The coverstock of the ball will have small pores to help the ball grip in the oil. Sometimes if you look close enough at the cover you can sometimes see tiny pit holes where these pores are at. It is perfectly normal for a ball to have this at times and does not effect the performance of the ball so we just mention this on every single ball we sell.10/22/2019 - By Bowling.Com Staff