You need proof? Track has got Proof in the form of a high performance bowling ball. This ball boasts to possibly have the strongest core in this ball category to date which is paired with the Prime Response solid coverstock and is best used on medium to heavy oil conditions. This bowling ball is strong and has a continuous motion and never wants to quit, even with it's combination of a strong core, cover, and finish.
The Track Proof is definitely under rated and will have a place in my bag! This is my first Track ball in many years and it's a winner. The Proof loves mid to heavy oil and is very continuous down lane. Reads the mids very well and has a very smooth controllable reaction. I see being used on both house shots and sports patterns. It's a ball I like to get left with and open the lane. On fresh this ball is money!
Looking for the first ball out of your bag or a benchmark ball, look no further than the Track Proof. This is an ideal ball to start league or tournament with and the ball witl allow you to move through the transition without having to change balls or until mid/late block. For me, this ball has a strong midlane read but a continuous motion into the pins with lots of energy, definitely threw the pins around quite a bit. Drilled it 60 x 5 x 30.
The proof solid is a very unique ball. I can generate great looks with this piece game one, as well as games 5, 6, or 7.
It seems to be mellow and controlled through the fronts but has excellent continuation through the pin deck, which allows me to get left without worrying about flat 10's. I bring this ball everywhere and try to throw it on everything!
I love my Proof! I'm able to get it downlane with a strong backend, but it's very controllable and not jumpy. One of the first balls out of my bag no matter what.
This ball is definitely a main stay in the bag. I can use it on various of patterns that have volume up front. Even when there is some carry down i can still get left and open the lane up and the ball doesn't quit..only time I can see this ball having issues is if the fronts get burnt up..other than that this ball is pretty versatile.
Here is my take on the Track Proof. The Track Proof features the Proof asymmetrical core with Black/Gray Solid Prime Response Cover. The Track Proof comes with a 1 year warranty
My "vitals" are a 405 rev rate with a PAP of 5 9/16 over and 1/8 up. I have drilled 2 Track Proofs, one with a 60 x 5 ½ x 65 (pin down) layout and the other with a 70 x 5 x 20 layout (pin up). I have thrown the ball at box surface (500/2000 Siaair) and at 4000 Abralon over box. I have tried the ball on both fresh and burned out THS.
At the outset, I tried the Proof after a 4 month layoff from bowling due to COVID-19 closures. Thus, among other things, my ball speed is lower than normal. I would put this ball in between both Hammer Redemptions and stronger than a Pink Widow for those looking for an asymmetric option. Due to lower ball speed at this point, both Proofs was very strong and saw the lane early at box surface . I preferred the 4000 Abralon as it allowed the ball to get down the lane easier and retain more energy. I definitely noticed that with different layouts, the Proof does show very different ball motion with the pin down Proof being a more rounded, smoother shape and the pin up showing a quicker and stronger down lane motion. What I did note on both burnt and fresh THS, at the 4000 Abralon surface, was the ease through which the Proof was able to get through the fronts and store energy to the back. Often, for me, I sometimes have trouble getting asymmetric balls to retain enough energy. I did not find that to be the case with the Proof and given the very different shapes the layouts provide, it would appear that the Proof is very versatile and depending on surface prep, should be able to handle most medium to higher volume patterns.
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I decided to drill this ball 65x4x25, which is my max flip layout. I am an average rev/speed bowler and had no problem getting this ball to come back and carry. It has a ton of continuation and is designed to read the midlane.
I can definitely see this ball as the first one out of the bag to help gauge what the pattern is doing. It is strong without being jumpy on the backend. If I was going to be using it on heavy oil with my stats I would consider an earlier revving layout to help me get the ball moving a bit sooner. The max flip layout is perfect for medium conditions for those of us who have average revs and speed. Very impressed so far and I plan on putting this ball in my tournament bag.
Radical Bowling Technologies
The Track Proof is the first high performance ball made by Brunswick and I must say I'm impressed. The coverstock/core combination in this ball handles oil very well, and as lanes transition and moving deeper is needed, does not seem to lose energy as quickly as other high performance solids.
Mine is drilled 15x4x35, which is the same layout we put on my Prism Hybrid. For me, this layout permits the ball to get down the lane and store energy well. I realized after a couple uses how the solid coverstock doesn't seem to "burn up" as quickly as the lanes dry out. That quality reminds me of throwing the Track Tactix for the first time - but this is a stronger ball.
Obviously, the longer you can stay with one ball the better. If you need a high-end ball that can get you through all 3 games on an oily house shot (with appropriate lane moves), then the Track Proof may be the ball for you.
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Nothing but good things to say about the New Track Proof. The new Track Proof features a newly updated Prime solid coverstock, the Prime Response. Finished at 500/2000 Siaair Micro Pad, this ball has continuation for days. Personally I have had the benefit to throw this gem. Very Predictable throughout the entire length of the lane. You will not be disappointed
The New Track Proof With The New Proof Core Type Is Gonna Be The Highest Core Numbers For A High Performance Bowling Ball And Combination Of The Prime Response Cover Stock Will Make All You Track Bowling Fans Excited To Have This Ball In Your Bag! It Is Definitely Strong And Continuous Rolling Ball Down Lane And Combination Of Core And Cover Stock Really Helps This Ball Drive Through The Pins! Great Tournament Ball Definitely Get The Length Down Lane And Very Controllable Motion To The Pin Deck! Have Had A lot of Success With It During Transition Migrating Left With My Feet And Giving The Ball Some Room And Angle And Will Still Drive Hard Through The Pins..! Visit Your Local Pro Shop Today And Pre Order You Proof Today! You Wont Be Disappointed #Brunswick #BrandsOfBrunswick #BowlWithUS #BowlWithBrunswick #TrackBowling #EvolutionaryRevolutionary
The Track Proof is a very nice re-start for Track at the new plant. It is a strong, solid, asymmetric ball. It picks up in the mid lane and has a strong change of direction. It reads the friction very well and picks up just enough in the oil to get the job done. The black & blue cover and sky-blue writing look great. I was able to throw it along side the Ebonite Omni and they both rolled really well. The Track Proof is slightly longer and slightly less angular. Threw the Proof in league last night a squeezed out a low 700. As strong as it is in oil it will go straight into my tournament arsenal.
What is the RG and Differential on the 16lb ball? What is the difference between the Proof and Paradox same weight (16lb)?6/19/2020 - By Jesse
For the 16lb weight, the RG is 2.506 and the RG Diff is 0.052. If you compare this to the Track Paradox Red in 16lbs, the Paradox Red RG is 2.49 and the RG Diff is 0.049.6/22/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff
Would this ball be comparable to the Track Mako 12 pound8/26/2020 - By Dee
Yes, this will be very similar to the Mako. They both have solid coverstocks with a 2000 grit finish to help read earlier on the lanes. They are both high performance balls but in lighter weights they will usually have a generic weight block so the specs on the weight blocks in the lower weights will be very similar.8/27/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff