The Radical Squatch is a throw back to the old Yeti bowling ball. This ball takes the symmetric core used by the Yeti and wraps it in the Ai 39 pearl reactive coverstock to create a truely dynamic bowling ball.
Confidence is a requirement when throwing any ball down lane. Because this ball is so versatile you can miss your mark by a board or two and not get punished with a Super Washout or Big Four. I have noticed since I have started throwing this ball I am able to throw the it about a mile per hour faster and it will still dig in and rip the rack.
I'm left handed bowler. My ball speed is around 15 mph. My Rev Rate is around 275 rpms.
I think this is a great ball. It very clean through the fronts and has a lot of backend motion. This is my got ball for my house leagues. I bowl in 3 different centers. And it works in all 3. I highly recommend getting this ball. Also on top of that. It has great shelf appeal.
If you liked the Yeti core, specifically the Yeti Untamed... You will love this ball. I drilled this ball pin down and it provides fantastic control with a good amount of pop on the back and exceptional carry. For whatever reason, it seems I have had more messenger strikes with this ball than any other.
How does this ball compare to the Maverick Pearl?1/14/2019 - By Sir Rogelio
How is this ball compared to the soni iq1/15/2019 - By Joey
What does weight block look like in 13 LB ball2/4/2019 - By Gh
What is the weight block for 14lbs.3/11/2019 - By Nate
The ball will have the same weight block in 14lbs -16lbs. Then the usually adjust the weight block in the 12 - 13lb balls to account for the different over all weight.3/13/2019 - By Bowling.Com Staff
How is this ball on dry lanes6/5/2019 - By Larry
how does it compare to Cutting edge pearl6/12/2019 - By toto
The Cutting Edge Pearl will only perform best on heavy lane conditions and the Squatch is for medium to heavy oil. They are both pearls so they will both have length to them.6/13/2019 - By Bowling.Com Staff