Storm has upped their game with the Storm Match Up Hybrid bowling ball. They have changed up the core from the original Match ball to offer more flare potential and more hook with the Stinger 2.0 core. The idea behind this change was to get more entry angle and better pin carry. This core is wrapped with Storms successful Reactor coverstock.
I like how this ball bites in on the backend for a hook that I can control. This is my first Storm product and I am happy with it.
I'm a huge fan of The Ride bowling ball. It's my go to ball when the lanes are breaking down or on the dry side. What other balls are similar to the Ride, same core or reaction?3/25/2019 - By Josh
How does this ball compare to the Soniq in terms of dry lanes??5/2/2019 - By Sherron
how do they know how to drill it?6/14/2019 - By jab
The only way we can do the drilling on this ball is if you have the drilling measurements to give us. If you do not have the measurements or a drill sheet from a previous ball then we could not do the drilling unfortunately.6/14/2019 - By Bowling.Com Staff
What core for 10 pound ball8/11/2019 - By Fruck
How should the ball be drilled9/9/2019 - By J
If you are unsure of your measurements for drilling, you will need to contact a local driller to have them measure your hand. We would not be able to drill this ball without those measurements.9/10/2019 - By Bowling.Com Staff
Is this a strike ball does it hook9/17/2019 - By kolby
This ball does have a hook potential in medium to drier lane conditions and could be used as a strike ball if you bowl in those conditions.9/25/2019 - By Bowling.Com Staff
I need a bowling ball that has a great hook10/17/2019 - By Josiah
This ball will have a decent hook potential on medium to drier lane conditions. It will not hook much if you get this into heavier oil. You may need to get a higher performance ball if you needed something to hook in heavier oil conditions.10/22/2019 - By Bowling.Com Staff