An Elite Warrior is the best of the best. Ebonite has taken their best and put it into the Warrior Elite bowling ball. The Iron Fist core gives a strong rolling motion at the mid-lane while the GB 13.3 Hybrid coverstock cuts through the oil. This combination creates a powerful ball that is nothing less than Elite.
This ball finishes with ferocity and has the best carry of any ball I've used in years. Love it!
Three games a week my average went up 12 pins in 2 weeks of using my new ball
Used for first time in Big Southern bowling tournament. Shot 279, 212, 178, 226, 266, 227 in singles/doubles. Hit like a ton as long as I stayed behind it with my hand. No jumping early or snapping irregularly. Easy to read the break and adjust. Only had to move about 2-3 boards during the sets. This ball did all the work, as I am not a power player. Excellent pin reaction.
USBC 2016 Nationals Singles and Doubles Pattern
I was not expecting the Warrior Elite to get through the front part of the lane and then still have some energy left to finish strong in the pocket I was wrong. This was a heavy rolling ball for me once the pattern was played on for about three games. I didn't see it trying to labor down the lane nor did I see it pick up early. The reaction was readable, and the light hits as well as the solid pocket hits were indications to me that the Warrior Elite is a ball that can be versatile and strong. I didn't have to get two deep, and I didn't feel like I was forcing the ball down the lane.
Lots of roll, good breakpoint shape.
This ball has probably become my favorite ball I have thrown in years. Great core and cover to match. I drilled this pin over bridge CG in middle of the grip and MB kicked out 25 degrees. It is definitely plenty strong but is controllable and predictable. Unlike some other balls I have had, I can play different parts of the lane with this ball and not lose drive through the pins or carry. This ball is not only a great compliment to the Warrior that Ebonite was shooting for, I feel it is a great improvement from it and I like the Warrior to begin with.